In Love With An Assassin 1: An Innocence Taken - Michael Linen

In Love With An Assassin 1: An Innocence Taken

By Michael Linen

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-10-02
  • Book Genre: African American
  • Author: Michael Linen
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In this urban action-thriller, at the age of 17 years old, Da'Quan Jackson returns home one evening to find that his parents has been murdered execution style during a robbery gone bad. After being the one to stumble upon the bloodied scene and finding their bodies he suffers a breakdown. Quan is institutionalized for 4 years. During those 4 years he simmers with anger, fury, and rage inside of him. He believes that the only way to rid himself of that anger and rage is to get rid of the source that is causing it. While locked away he vows to kill all of those who are responsible for his parents' murder. However, after taking them out, the anger and rage still simmers inside of him. Now at the age of 31 years old, Da'Quan Jackson has become a feared, ruthless, coldhearted, and coldblooded, without a conscious assassin name Blaze. However, one day he meets Latasha Grant. A beautiful young woman who has an immediate affect on him. An affect that no other woman has ever had on him. But the affect that she has on him could prove to become detrimental to an assassin. It could get him captured, if not killed.

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