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by J.A. Jackson
Genre: Romantic Suspense
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Last time, in J. A. Jackson’s steamy, romantic thriller Lovers, Players and The Seducer, the storm came…and went.
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.
A half hour later Maëlle squatted at a swarm of mosquitoes and shifted the fishing pole case from one shoulder to the other. The bag was light and didn’t smell as bad or feel as slimy as the dead fish Paul and Bruno were carrying. She turned and headed between the trees that laid just behind the cabin.
Maëlle stopped abruptly and Paul almost ran into her.
“What’s wrong Maëlle? Why did you stop?”
Paul’s eyes followed hers and noticed the Mercedes parked in the driveway.
Bruno quickly caught up with them. “Looks like we have company. Were you two expecting company?”
“No,” Paul and Maëlle said together.
“Well, that’s an awfully expensive car. Whoever it is has a few dollars to rub together,” Bruno said.
“Or a great expense account,” Maëlle added.
Bruno took the lead. “Come on, you two, let’s go over and say howdy,” he said, carrying a load of fish. “Maybe the sight of all these dead fish will frighten them away.”
Paul playfully gave Maëlle’s shoulder a nudge as they walked over together.
All at once Bruno yelled. “Good evening, you in the car. Can I help you?”
The car door opened.
“Hamelin?” Bruno laughed out. “Boy, I haven’t seen you in ages.”
Maëlle looked up at Paul. “Who’s Hamelin?”
“I guess you’re about to meet my dad’s nephew Hamelin Scott,” Paul said bluntly almost sharply.
For a moment Maëlle could have sworn she saw a flash of something pass across Paul’s face. She didn’t have long to ponder it as Hamelin closed the distance between them.
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