The Roadman: A London Street Romance

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London has never been the safest place to live or work, but lately the violence has reached an all-time high. And that's where the trouble started...
Can a London tattooist and a Roadman make it, or will the streets find a way to come between them for good? More
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About Leesha McCoy

LeeSha McCoy is an Urban Fiction writer.

She released her first book in 2012 and currently writes Urban Romance, Paranormal, Fantasy & Contemporary. She always writes about strong women and her mission is to write books for everybody, no matter what background, frequently blending the lines between genres.

Writing novels that make her readers feel is something she prides herself on and does not just write stories to be read, but also for her readers to experience.

She began writing in the late 90's, although it was mostly song lyrics she wrote to escape her loneliness. As one of only a handful of bi-racial children living in her small hometown of Banbury, she struggled to make friends and be accepted, so she spent most of her childhood alone.

She currently lives in England but her family is spread all across the United States, including Baltimore, Colorado and Texas.
As a wife and mother to four beautiful children, she spends her spare time caring for her family or studying towards her open degree.

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Shawn reviewed on April 29, 2019

I love this book! It took me to another place and into the heart and mind of young love. Please keep writing in authentic voices, it really helps to get into the character's world. Gratitude
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Gur01 reviewed on April 15, 2019

Wish there were less cursing words. And staring the story with a warning to the author's son about thinking about becoming roadman, I don't understand why the author has took a roadman character as a leading character then...It is conflicting.
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