by Claude Joseph



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/29/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781664172081
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781664172067
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781664172074

About the Book

Ask yourself this question?

If good girls like the bad boys, then who do the nice guys like? Of course, the science is not definitive, but the answer may lie within this story…..

This is a story of a millionaire in New Orleans who seems to have it all, but what you don’t know is that he has a fatal flaw; he’s attracted to the wrong women. The ones that smell like trouble from a mile away, and this one in particular had her demons on her shoulders. She wore them like a badge of honor. She has a Borderline Personality Disorder, pulling several weights of troubling history, and evil agendas. Her name is Andrea Locket, the alluring beauty who poses as a dainty maid for hire to get what and who she wants. Eliminating anyone who stands in her way.

But why would a man fall for a woman with so much baggage? Why didn’t he just run the other way?

I’m glad you asked because I know you are curious about the reason why. But nothing is just black and white, there is always some grey. There’s usually much more to things than we can see. That is why you must take this journey with me to where it all began.

The man in is story is me, Lonnie Guy, who invites you to take a ride with me on this erotic, wild journey of how she became who she is; and why I stayed.

About the Author

I was born in Chicago, Illinois but raised in a small town called Mossville near Lake Charles, Louisiana. My mother passed away from an asthma attack when I was only three years old, and my father died later on from a heart condition. I was the only child, and fortunately for me, the women in my family stepped up and collectively raised me.

Being raised by these incredible women gave me a lot of insight into how important special days were to them, such as Mother's Day and Valentine's Day. On the downside of being raised by women I also saw firsthand the burdens they had to bear when heartbroken from relationships. That was painful to witness because I felt that the women, I loved could do no wrong. At least that was my truth but when I got older, I became to understand that the men they were involved with had their own accounts of what they were dealing with. Their stories needed to be told too. So that’s where I come in. I write books from a guy’s point of view, like myself, that has a certain sensitivity towards women. I explore the dark sometimes erotic scenarios that most men speak about amongst themselves that often go unheard publicly.