Goodreads Synopsis

She’s back…

It’s been six months since Dani gained revenge for the brutal death of her family. With a major crime syndicate now out of commission, the residents of London can rest easy in the knowledge that the streets are a little safer.

But crime is unending, a disease. London will never be safe.

With her own personal vendetta complete, Dani now takes to the streets to avenge the citizens of her city; the helpless, the suffering and the victimised, but it’s not going to be a simple task. The crime world is now aware of her presence, the avenging shadow that stalks the unlawful in the night, but so are the police.

With no one to turn to, and wanted by both sides of the law, Dani must come to terms with her perilous situation, face her inner demons, and make the ultimate decision.

Bookworm1102’s Review

This is a novella that takes place a year and a half after Grin. Dani, who is now known simply as ‘Grin’, keeps watch over the streets of London, fighting crime and keeping innocent people safe. The problem is, this has placed her on the police watch list.
Across town, Paul lives with his parents and is a seemingly normal person from the outside, but is Paul hiding a darker secret?

I enjoyed this novella. Having read it straight after Grin, I was still immersed in the world, and the characters. There is not as much gore as there is in Grin, but it was nice to read some of the backstory and to see things from multiple points of view, including Jack Scott, from the first book. I am looking forward to seeing what happens next!

I rate this book 4/5 stars!

Thank you to Stuart Keane and Booklover Catlady Publicity for the complimentary ebook copy.


If you like the sound of Dani: A Dani Scott Novella, you can find it on Goodreads here, Amazon UK here and Amazon US here.


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