Blood in the Paint : Book One in the Blood for Blood Series
Jillian Atford is a successful psychologist with a lavish office in Center City Philadelphia. Despite overcoming past trauma and anguish, she cannot shake loose from the feeling that her newest client reminds her of someone. Lyla Kyle, an accomplished artist, lives a rather quiet life-except for nights when she lures married men into her tangled web and murders them, all in a never-ending quest to avenge her mother. Yet, the nightmares of her mother's death prove unrelenting, leading her to seek professional help. Jason Brighthouse Jr. is a young Philadelphia police officer who lives in his father's shadow and is troubled by the constant ridicule that surrounds his ambition. As he sets out to make peace with his colleagues, he remains confident that the key to their respect lies in his ability to connect the recent spate of suspicious deaths to a certain dark-haired temptress. In a turn of events, he justifiably takes a man's life while off-duty. Mandatory leave requires him to obtain psychological clearance prior to returning to the force. As current circumstances bring them together and the truth of their pasts unfolds, who will be left standing? Three lives. Three deaths connect them. The present unites them.
- Paperback | 282 pages
- 152 x 229 x 16mm | 417g
- 29 Mar 2014
- Blood Read Press
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About Jordanna East
Jordanna East is the author of the psychologically thrilling Blood for Blood Series. The introductory novella, Blood in the Past, was released in June 2013 and received a five-star rating from Readers' Favorite. The full-length follow up novel, Blood in the Paint, is now available. Though she majored in Biology, she longed to use her minors in Psychology and Criminology. Always an excellent technical writer, Jordanna decided to try her hand at fiction...and she hasn't stopped. She is an active member of the New Jersey Authors Network and the South Jersey Writers Group. As you may have guessed, she currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and their two cats, both named after food.