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Lovers, Players & the Seducer

by J. A. Jackson


GENRE:   Romance



Lust and passion fueled star-crossed lovers Lacey and Kienan. Their love was packed with anguish and heartbreak from the start. Add in her brother Nicholas addiction to deceitful games. Their daily lives feel more like being on a bad scandal-ridden roller-coaster ride.

Being an older brother has its perks. Nicholas thinks his sister Lacey is the perfect target for his manipulative schemes after a series of bad investments places him in a great need of money. He plots and schemes his way into getting others to do his bidding.

As Nicholas let lose a series of plans, tragic forces emerge. A vengeful seducer is unleashed, as he opens up doors to the past.

The past where the dead never dies.

Life will never be the same in thiss gripping shocking twist-filled story of love, lies, and redemption!

Will Lacey discover her brother’s deception before it’s too late?



“Hi Lacey, I was going to call you. What are you doing checking out old man Horace’s truck?” Quinn asked with a smile. 

Lacey smiled softly. Her eyes noticed the pendulum and followed its movement. “You caught me. Good to see you Quinn. Where are you coming from?”

She kept her eyes glued to the pendulum as if spell bound. In a soft voice she said. “Let me guess. You’ve been up at the house visiting with Nicholas?”

“You know it,” Quinn nodded. He glanced between her eyes and the pendulum. He smiled. Everything was working like it should. “I couldn’t stay long. As you know your Grand mere Catherine doesn’t like me too much.” 

“No, she doesn’t,” she agreed softly. 

Quinn shook his head. “Yeah, but I never let that bother me. I really only came out to see if you were here. You know you are my favorite La Cour”

Lacey felt light headed like she was in a fog.She blinked hard. It helped her take her gaze off the pendulum. “Me, since when?” 

He grinned. “Since the other night when you looked so good, I know you felt that chemistry thing I felt,” Quinn said. “I don’t want to seem pushy, but I’ve been feeling that way for a while. I’d really like to take you out sometime.” 

Her eyes focused on the pendulum.

Quinn let his finger nudge the pendulum. It flickered in the sunlight.

“Lacey, we need to do something about this chemistry. I’m betting there is something real between us. Go out with me, please.” 


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

J.A. Jackson is the pseudonym for an author, who loves to write deliciously sultry adult romantic, suspenseful, entertaining novels with a unique twist. She lives in an enchanted little house she calls home in the Northern California foothills. Her love for cooking and writing come from her Southern roots of Louisiana and Arkansas. She is a member of South Bay Writers Association, Yosemite Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America (RWA).

This book is free.

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  1. Greetings to the Host & Blog Fans,
    It is my pleasure to join your blog today! Thanks to everyone for letting me share my book, Lovers, Players, & The Seducer Book I. Please accept my sincere thank you for your hospitality. Your Blog community’s support and reception is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks again for your hospitality.
    P.S. I will answer all questions… Please note owing to any “time” differences I am in California, USA, and will respond back by midnight California time.

  2. Very nice cover. It sounds good. I like the genre. Thanks for the chance.

  3. You've written several books now. What's something you know now that you wished you would have known from the beginning?

    1. Hi Kim, Great question. When I first started I used to print out my whole book and edit it page for page. Then I discovered several editing software. So, I would have to say, I wished I had known about those editing software in the beginning. Thanks for asking this question.

  4. I enjoyed reading the excerpt, sounds like a terrific read, thanks for sharing!

  5. I appreciate hearing about your book, thanks and for the giveaway also. Thanks so much!

  6. How long did it take you to write your book?

    1. Hello Bernie, Great question.
      For Book I, I would have to say, it took me, about two years. Because when I first wrote it I had 150,000 words that needed tightening, and checked for content, you name it. I spent one year writing it and the second year editing it.
      Thanks for asking. I appreciate your doing so. Have a wonderful weekend.


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