Stella Mitchell came up the hard way, through the smoky men's-club atmospheres of tough regional tabloid newspapers. She's never afraid to tell it like it is. Even if it means risking her entire career. She did it once already, and now she's landed in New York: roped in by The Republic's Chief Editor to keep a close eye on Tom Novak - her new partner.

When her new life in New York collides with her old life from London, Stella will find out just how far she's willing to go to get her story.

Razor-tongued and quick-witted, it's rare for her not to be the smartest person in the room.

What struck him about her was her voice. She made every sentence sound like an emergency, and if you were stupid enough to interrupt her you’d miss out on something crucial. On the surface, everything about her was functional: versatile grey suit that could have been the office or out for dinner, and she kept her hair up so it didn’t fall forward while typing at her desk. It was this exterior that led almost everyone she’d ever worked with to drastically underestimate her.
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