Lying on his deathbed, the head of Miami’s most notorious crime family, the di Blasios, makes a startling decision: he leaves the business in the hands of his daughter, Willa. So far she’s stayed in the background, letting her brothers take center stage. Now, as the new number one, she’s learning that gun-running is a lot harder than she thought, and made more difficult by the nosy but beautiful detective who turns up hellbent on bringing her down.
Detective Layke Owen has always listened to instinct. It’s gotten her far. So when her instinct tells her that Willa di Blasio is now running the show, she has to prove her theory, even if it means following the girl’s every move. But Willa is too savvy for her, too smart, and just a little too intriguing. What starts out as a game of cat and mouse soon turns into something more. Something neither woman was prepared for.
Amidst the power struggles, proving themselves, and dead bodies piling up around them, can two women devoted to such conflicting jobs ever find happiness together?
The Queen of Miami is a steamy lesbian crime drama with strong language and adult scenes.
After hearing nothing from Willa in over a year, Layke gets some devastating news that sets her on a dangerous path of vengeance.
But not everything is as it seems…
The Queen is Dead is the long-awaited (seriously, nearly six years!) sequel to The Queen of Miami.