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Excerpt: Sinful Liaisons by JC Gardner

Sinful Liaisons by JC Gardner

A family saga full of lust, lies and deceit, along with a nice heaping of spice!

Are you ready to take a ride on the wild side? 
  Smooth talking pretty boy David Jarconni, son of a millionaire businessman and a doting mother, is overprivileged and doesn’t appreciate anything. Destined to run the family business, he’d rather run the streets than be in a business suite.

His younger sister, Carol, is an overachiever who has already staked her claim to the company fortune. She undermines David at every turn.  His new lady love, super model Danielle, provides him with a safe haven to escape the reality of his jacked up situation. And an old nemesis comes out of the woodwork for sweet revenge!

Sinful Liaisons is bound to keep readers up into the wee hours of the night with its complex relationships and jaw dropping plot twists. It lives up to the fiery chili pepper on the cover…it’s smokin’ hot!

Book Excerpt: Sinful Liaisons

David had been sitting in his cell for two hours coming down from his high, going over the events that led to his current predicament. He was supposed to call Danielle after that horrid dinner, but he was so wound up after visiting his parents’ house, that was the last thing on his mind. Sitting at the dinner table with them was hell. All

Carol could talk about was work and how rewarding it was, and Lewis would just grunt and mumble about how he should give it a try. Then Carol retired to her room to work on her schedule for the next day and Lewis went into his study for some quiet time.

David knew that meant some quiet time with his friend Jack…Daniels.

Nicole had to clean away the dishes, thanks to Susie quitting. David went to his father and asked him for some money, hoping he was so wasted that he wouldn't have the guts to argue with him. But that was a huge mistake that started World War Three. Lewis was so upset, that Nicole had to calm him down. Thanks to her, Lewis gave him some money – no, Lewis threw him some money like he was a panhandler on the street. Of course, this would have made anyone else leave the money on the floor out of pride, but not him. He bent over and picked it up, cursing under his breath all the way. He had to get out of there.

His mother walked him to the door trying to talk some sense into him. He kissed her on the cheek and left the house. He loved his mother dearly, but the rest of them could take a hike. He knew that his father hated him. He could see it in his eyes. And Carol, the little witch, was no sister of his, always undermining him.

He practically ran from the house. He had to find a way to make some cash because getting it from his family was becoming increasingly difficult, not to mention painful.

He drove straight to a bar and drank himself into oblivion.

( Continued... )

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Sinful Liaisons available for Kindle and Nook; hard copies can be ordered at the author's website.

Meet the Author
JC Gardner’s passion for writing began at the age of twelve, however, a series of unfortunate events forced her to be a closet writer. After many years, JC is finally able to walk into her destiny. A sequel for Sinful Liaisons is in the works, along with a children’s book and a novelette. By day, JC is a manager for a nonprofit agency; by night, she writes and spends time with her husband and two children. She is also a writing coach and inspirational speaker.


Genre: Romance, Ssuspense

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