Thrown back into the underworld, novel follows the story of a dancer’s quest to find and save her family

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Lola Nad announces the release of ‘Ryū-jin: Fight for the Family’

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Lola Nad releases an upbeat novel featuring the evolution of relationships when faced with hardships in “Ryū-jin: Fight for the Family” (published by Partridge Singapore). For more details about the book, please visit https://www.partridgepublishing.com/Singapore/Books/bookdetail.aspx?bookid=BK190226.

Keiko had left Japan for Paris nearly two years ago. She had left everything behind, taking only her dog with her, when she had fled from Aaron Hanabusa, the Ryū-jin’s leader and her then-boyfriend. After leaving, Keiko’s life turned peaceful. However, one time, when she wakes up from a nightmare, it made her worry about her ex. Despite her current boyfriend’s will, she rushes back to Japan to help her family find and rescue Aaron. Thrown back into the danger and thrill of the underworld, Keiko will have to toughen up even more to save the family.

“This story pictures the strong link that unit family members, even if they are not related by blood. It talks about the way you can evolve and grow stronger to face a difficult situation, it shows that there is always a solution to any problem, no matter how bad it seems,” Nad points out.

“Ryū-jin: Fight for the Family” aims to remind readers that to every problem there is a solution, no matter how hard it seems. In this novel, the Ryū-jin's situation seemed hopeless with most of the underworld against them, but instead of bowing down to pressure, they fought and refused to back down even when all seemed to be doomed.

“Ryū-jin: Fight for the Family”
By Lola Nad
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 524 pages | ISBN 9781543753448
E-Book | 524 pages | ISBN 9781543753455
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Lola Nad splits her time between her studies and her writing. More often than not, both are interrupted by her cats’ need for attention. She reads a lot to escape the world and writes just as much to create her own. Nad aims to inform readers about topics that she holds to heart, just as much as she wishes to provide them with an escape from reality.

Partridge Singapore, an imprint in partnership with Penguin Random House Singapore, aims to help writers in Singapore, Malaysia, and the rest of Southeast Asia become published authors. Partridge Singapore gives authors in the region direct access to a comprehensive range of expert publishing services that meet industry standards but are more accessible to the market. For more information or to publish a book, visit partridgepublishing.com/singapore or call 800 101 2657 (Singapore) or 1 800 81 7340 (Malaysia). For the latest, follow @PartridgeSG on Twitter.

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