This is a story of a very dysfunctional family, and may look like other dysfunctional families that you know.
Rick cheats on his wife, bringing his girlfriends to his own home. Vanessa turns a blind eye to his cheating for the sake of their son, David. David ends up falling for his father’s latest conquest, Christie. Jake, Vanessa’s new lover is…. Problems erupt between David and Rick.
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Enticed to Evil is the fifth of a series of books. Be sure to read the others.
- Moochers in Crime: A Dirk and Patsy Story
- Fib to Folly: The Chronicles of Gabbi Trancy
- Karma in Overdrive: Trish’s Circle of Death
- Cashing Out Death: Gretchen’s Story
- Victory Via Deceit: Blair’s account of sexual fraud
- Friends Failing Forever: The Story of Cassie and Gina
- Flicker of Emotion: Chronicles of Penny, Marc, Bill, and Amber
- Vacation from Hell Story of Jeannetta & Dee
- Road to Revenge: A Stripper’s Story
Cashing Out Death: Gretchen’s Story is another tale of suspense, crime, lies, sex, and romance, all leading to several deaths with its plethora of unusual circumstances are intertwined with deep emotions. Gretchen has learned through her own experience that men are worthless, and has chosen her lifestyle of drinking, smoking, and gambling.
She loses her house, and sells her belongings to support her habits, all leading to destruction of self and others.
This is the fourth novel in the Garbage Collector Series and is available on Amazon.
Karma in Overdrive is based on a real-life character. Trish is desperate for love, and finds a man who treats her the way she believes she should be treated. However, what starts out to be romance and a happily-ever-after life for Trish, ends up with her losing all and going through a series of failed romances, calculating that all men are jerks, which ultimately leads her to self-destruction.
You may be surprised as to who comes to her rescue.
Karma in Overdrive is the third novel in the Garbage Collector series and is available on Amazon.
My second novel, Fib to Folly: The Chronicles of Gabbi Trancy, my main character Gabbi loves her wine almost as much as she loves her men. But being the attention where that she is, she couldn’t hang in there when her marriage needed mending, and instead ran to an old high school sweetheart, making up stories that her husband abused her so all would feel sorry for her. When friends would confront Gabbi with their disbelief of Travis’s abusiveness, she would say that he puts on a good act. Gabbi got what she wanted—for a while. However, shortly after she thinks she has everything she wants—karma comes back to haunt her, and we find her in the worst situation.
Could it be a tragic ending for Gabbi and those involved…?
Fib to Folly is the second in the Garbage Collector series and is available on Amazon.
My very first novel was Moochers in Crime: A Dirk and Patsy Story and tends to be a bit graphic. Hang on to your seat as this thriller story unfolds with its anticipation and interlaced web of sentiment, untruths, sex, wrongdoings, and plenty of uncommon occasions as they peak, and create profound feelings and vivid sensual pictures. What begins to be sentiment between Patsy and Hank winds up having an unforeseen resolution for Patsy and Dirk.
This novel may appear from the beginning to be startling, however, this situation can happen around you; you may know somebody who has a mystery life much the same as my characters. Patsy makes up stories of abuse to make tracks in an opposite direction from her spouse whom she is tired of, and tired of not having much. Soon after she decides s she can profit when she whores herself—first to men, then to women. Dirk and Patsy join criminal strengths, with Dirk being Patsy’s pimp; later Patsy arranges to groom her young girl for high school prostitution. Patsy and Dirk’s rich lifestyle has them using up cash in a brief time, so they always think of approaches to mooch off other individuals. The point when that is no longer sufficient, Dirk decides to take cash from his elderly parents who have indications of dementia, and afterwards plots to kill them—twice.