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BOOK CORNER: ‘A Ruthle$$ Love Story’ is first of a three-part series

By Marissa Wells

Contributing Writer

Love leaves 19-year-old Loyalty Wallace with nothing but bruised ribs, $500,000 in stolen cash from her boyfriend, and a target on her back. Unbeknownst to her, the stolen cash was actually a loan from the notorious Belmonte family.

Nevahn “Lourde” Belmonte is next in line to inherit the million-dollar family “business” under the condition that he has a wife. When Loyalty’s actions land her in Lourde’s presence, he’s immediately drawn to her fearlessness and beauty and makes her an offer she can’t refuse.

So goes “A Ruthle$$ Love Story” by K.L. Hall. The exciting novel tells the story of a girl and a guy from two totally different backgrounds who come into each other’s lives haphazardly and begin to fall for one another.

As an author of dozens of books, Hall is known to produce urban fiction that aims to teach life lessons and keep readers hooked from cover to cover.

What Hall enjoys most about being a writer is the ability to explore different worlds and lifestyles.

K.L. Hall

“I may never get to live them in my day, but I can live vicariously through the characters in my mind that I make up,” said the author.

The first installment of the “A Ruthe$$ Love Story” series starts off with a bang and ends on a cliffhanger that will leave readers wanting to know what happens next.

Readers will not have to wait any longer because “A Ruthle$$ Love Story: Part 2” was released July 25, and Hall is currently working on part three.

“As with all my other books, I hope that readers will become engrossed in the story and take the trials and tribulations of my fictional characters and be able to relate to their own realities in some way,” Hall said.

In addition to being an author, Hall works for the government and a real estate company. She lives in Virginia.

“A Ruthle$$ Love Story” is available for $12.99 on Amazon, $0.99 on Kindle, and the book is free for Kindle Unlimited users. Autographed copies of the book may be purchased for $10.99 on