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Back then, Nicholas La Cour played a very dangerous game of cat and mouse; one in which he involved his childhood friends, Kienan Egan and Quinn Rolandis. Even worse, he put his own sister, Lacey La Cour, right in the middle of that storm.
Everyone got swept away in the torrent of greed, lust and ruthless ambition. All except two ratchet lovers…
Another storm is coming, but the two ratchet lovers survive it? Find out in Jackson’s anticipated sequel, Lovers, Players The Seducer, Book II The Revenge Game. Winner takes all.
Enjoy an Excerpt:
Sutter’s Bistro was located in the heart of downtown San Jose in an old two story brick building off of First Street and East Santa Clara. Kienan parked his Escalade in the public parking lot on the corner and walked a half block to the restaurant.
Downtown San Jose had changed since he was a kid, Kienan reflected as he paused at the corner of First Street and watched the light-rail train go by. It was one of the modern conveniences that made San Jose more and more like San Francisco every day.
He walked into Sutter’s Bistro and found Thomas was waiting for him.
Thomas smiled wide in greeting. “Hey Kienan my friend. It is good to see you.”
Kienan shook his hand. “Likewise, my old friend,” he said, taking the seat across from him. “Let’s order I’m starving.”
“I already have,” Thomas replied. “That is if you still like the house special.”
“If it is still braised short ribs? You know I do,” Kienan said, without hesitation.
“Good,” Thomas said, signaling their waiter.
Their waiter appeared with two piping hot plates of the house special short ribs, sauté green beans with garlic mashed potatoes.
“Looks like retirement agrees with you,” Kienan said, taking a bite of mashed potatoes.
“Yeah, it does. And I still remember the first time I ever saw you. It was the first day of the summer mentoring program for Future Detectives. Your father was with you on the first day. You still look like that hardworking geeky young man.”
About the Author:
She spent over ten years working in the non-profit sector where she wrote grants, press releases and contributed many stories to their newsletter. She was their Newsletter editor for over ten years. She loves growing roses, a good pot of hot tea, chocolate, magical stories, suspense stories, ghost stories, and reading Jane Austen again and again in her past time.
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