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If Kendrick was honest he’d admit it was more than meeting ‘her’ on a bridge, late one evening that changed his life forever. If he was honest, she was just the spark that ignited the sexual deviancy that was always inside of him, now controlling his every move.
If Kendrick Martin wasn’t so lost, he’d see, since his darkest desires have now found the light of day he’s never been more freer.
And if only he could just survive what his life has become and not kill anyone or himself in the process, that becoming Bad Kenny might not be so bad after all.
Have you ever wonder what the sheets of cheap motel beds would say if they could talk? I’m sure they’d whisper about habitual cheaters and sex addicts that can’t be cured; with their numerous one night stands, staining their sheets forever. I’m sure those same sheets would talk about how strange bedfellows misplace their love, only too happy to find lust. So get up-close and personal with a collection of short stories of everyday people longing for lustful things. Find out why when the doors are closed, and the blinds are drawn, is the only time some people consider themselves free enough to be who they truly are. So never judge a person without walking in their shoes unless yours is next to theirs underneath a bed of a seedy motel…
50 short stories revealing the humor and twisted craziness of life, love, lust and the pursuit of happiness. S.L. Carpenter goes where few have dared go – into the bedrooms, the dreams and the private fantasies of everyday people and makes us laugh at what he finds there. These stories are short, funny and occasionally poignant. Most of them will make you think as you shake your head and recognize something familiar. Some will make you gasp…others? Well, you'll just shake your head. (Contains STRONG adult content)
Logan Knight is recuperating from a fire that killed his two best friends. Libby Turner is on a mission to keep her beloved grandmother out of an assisted living facility. From the moment the two meet, sparks fly and they can’t keep their hands off each other. Can they stick to their plan of keeping their relationship strictly sexual or do they give in to the love that claims their hearts?
Taiya is soon to be crowned Queen of the Southlands, but first she must find a lover. A masked ball is held and three potential consorts are chosen. For the next three nights, Taiya is visited by one of the chosen who will satisfy her every need. But there is only one person Taiya truly wants – Sir Barrett, Chief of the Royal Guards – but does Sir Barrett reciprocate Taiya’s secret feelings?
False Prophet, a Legal Thriller is a gritty insider’s confession and rant against the corruption of our legal system. The author practiced law in Indianapolis for 30 years.
Jack Ross loses his soul but finds redemption representing an evangelical African-American preacher. Jack’s downward spiral begins with his idealistic but doomed defense of his best friend and colleague. It becomes an existential crisis. His wife leaves. His partner is in alcohol rehab. Jack’s struggle to reclaim his professional standing self respect is aided by a petty criminal and a hot young reporter. Jack sets out to right the wrongs done to his Christian prophet-client. The pursuit of justice turns up political conspiracy, real estate fraud, kidnapping, and murder. A high price is paid for the truth.
False Prophet reveals the seamy underside of local politics and the legal system in Indianapolis. But it also shows how white folks and African-Americans can worship and work together for justice. The love story is one of frustration and self-destruction, but ultimately understanding, reconciliation, renewed intimacy, and a baby.
Jeff Rasley practiced law in Indiana and the federal courts for 30 years. The legal case in the book is inspired by one the author handled. Characters and events are fictional, but based on Rasley’s experience of representing clients ranging from Fortune 500 CEOs to crooks and crack heads — the silk stocking and seamy under belly of law practice in Indy.