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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?
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“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.”
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