KA Lugo, well known as a romance author, under a different name, has struck out into the exciting world of thrillers, with her new release, Slaughtered. Ms Lugo pulls readers into the world of main character, Jack Slaughter. After the brutal murder of his daughter, and the disappearance of his wife, Jack’s life falls to pieces.
Then the bodies start to drop. These bodies are apparently being staged to taunt him. Readers are taken on a thrilling ride as Jack gets closer to discovering who the killer is, and the motivation behind the kills.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a really juicy murder mystery. It’s an excellent read, which will curly your toes and tingle your spine. I couldn’t put it down!
For an exciting excerpt from KA Lugo’s page, click here.
Fresh out of a stint in prison, Jagger Reed wants his life back… Finally released from prison after serving only eighteen months of a twenty-year sentence, Jagger is excited to reunite with his disabled brother Dallas. With the help of Rosalind McAllister, the creative writing teacher at the prison, Jagger was given a full pardon and legal guardianship of his brother. The fight to get his old life back has just begun… When Jagger and Rose arrive to pick up Dallas from his temporary foster parent, Lena Radcliffe, they are horrified to discover she has moved out with no known address. Worried that his brother may be in danger, they enlist the help of the local police who discover Lena in Great Falls, Montana. Rose vows to help Jagger reunite with his brother. Jagger is out for blood, and heaven help anyone who stands in his way… Live or die, Jagger will find his brother so they can start fresh. But there’s more to Lena Radcliffe than meets the eye, and suddenly Jagger and Rose are in over their heads. They’re in the middle of something much bigger and more dangerous than a family dispute. The clock is ticking, and they’re running out of time to figure out Lena’s motive for… Stealing Dallas.
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When surfers hit the waters, they use a technique called cross-stepping, or moving their weight forward and backward to stay standing. Cross-stepping isn’t just a good idea for surfers, though – you, too, can metaphorically use the same strategy of zig-zagging motions to achieve success. In “Cross-Stepping Your Way to Success,” career coach Carolyn Bowen shows you how to zig-zag your way to success one step at a time. She examines grieving, life planning, owning your power, becoming health conscious, learning to love again, and more. With “Cross-Stepping Your Way to Success,” you’ll discover how to maintain your balance on the choppy waters of life!
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When Keri finally makes it home after a devastating discovery, she sees the much-loved tree fort in shambles. After talking with her mom, Alexis and Todd, Keri decides she’s going to need all the help she can get in figuring out a way to win back Payton’s love… But how will she do all that and go to school, graduate, and stay sane? And what will Payton’s family have to say about her change of heart?
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Excerpt from The Ninja Tattoo by Dellani Oakes
“How many are there?” Teague demanded.
“Three. I swear, just us three.”
“Why are you watching me? I’ve got nothing worth stealing. I’m a working stiff.”
“I really don’t know. Boss man told me to cover you, I’m here.”
“Who’s your boss?”
“Buddy, it’s more than my life’s worth to tell you that.”
“Then you go back and you tell your boss man this. And you quote me. You’re f**king with the wrong guy. I will find you and I will end you. Repeat that.”
Hesitantly, the man did. Teague made him repeat it until he was word perfect.
“Now, you go tell your boss that. And unless you want to get caught in the hell that’s coming, you get your ass out of town.”
“I’m sorry,” the man babbled. “I’m so sorry!” He ran down the slope of the yard, across the street and to the park a couple blocks away.
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