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Old 01-30-2017, 11:15 AM   #34
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A Gamble She Can't Afford to Win

Impulsive dropout Len Thompson buys practical-minded Kate Miller a winning lottery ticket worth millions after the two unlikely former friends reunite during a chance encounter at a convenience store.

Obsessed with the illusion that he deserves a share of her newfound wealth, master manipulator Len lures the trusting young woman into his tenacious web of deceit. After the desperate man's heavy-handed attempts to convince her of his entitlement fail, he decides a softer approach may be more productive.

Len's new tactic goes according to plan until Kate learns the true magnitude of his greed and depravity. The subsequent rapid disintegration of their tenuous relationship results in a no-win outcome for both predator and prey.


5-star review at Amazon.com:
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An excellent book for an enjoyable read

I loved the premise of this work: someone buying a lottery ticket for you then wanting a share of the millions after you win.

The author does a great job developing this premise, with powerful and lively characters. Descriptions are woven seamlessly into the storyline, something that most authors miss. The dialogues ring true and the storyline is very real and possible.

An excellent book for an enjoyable read.

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