Wicked Liar | Podium Audio

Dark Syndicate

Wicked Liar

Book 3

By: Faith Summers

Performed by: Antonio Amato

Released: June 14, 2022

Language: English

Format: Multi-cast

Duration: 10 hr, 27 min

Maybe it’s the angel who tempts the devil, not the other way around…

Two years ago, the angel was mine. She didn’t belong with a mafia devil like me. All it took was one night for me to break her wings. She nearly died from my mistakes. So I left.

I planned to stay away, but then my old enemies resurfaced.  Forced to go home, I had to face her. One look and obsession made me want her. One forbidden kiss and I wanted her to be mine again. One night with her and I wanted redemption.

She can fight me all she wants, but I’ll fight back to own her. I’m the selfish devil who will do anything to get his girl back. So when I see her in an auction, I bid.

Fifteen million dollars makes her mine for thirty days. That’s where our story truly begins; when the past and present collide, I find out she has dark secrets..

As the secrets spill, nightmares come to life. We find out who the monsters and demons truly are. And they make me look like a saint…  

Wicked Liar is the third book in the in the Dark Syndicate series, but it can be listened to as a standalone. It’s a dark mafia enemies-to-lovers romance complete with HEA.



Faith Summers

Faith Summers is the Dark Contemporary Romance pen name of USA Today Bestselling Author, Khardine Gray When you read her books, expect to find addictive page-turners filled with deliciously dark anti-heroes and sassy heroines., Khardine Gray is a USA Today Bestselling author. She writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her books have sexy, drool-worthy heroes who will make you melt, and sassy, ambitious heroines. She lives in England with her two adventurous kids and her very own drool-worthy hero. Khardine also writes under the pen names: Faith Summers and Bella Fontaine.



Antonio Amato

Lover, logophile, lexophile and linguist, Antonio has translated his loves for performing and reading into a career of storytelling. He has studied French, Italian, German, Classical Latin, a little Russian, a bit of Spanish, some Klingon, and even a semester of Ancient Greek. Antonio sang leading bass-baritone roles with opera companies in Europe and the U.S. for a decade, has appeared Off-Broadway in musicals and plays in NYC, and has voiced hundreds of characters in videogames, books, movies, TV shows, and commercials. A native of the Boston area, he is a graduate of New York University, and lives (and loves) in Los Angeles.