maandag 9 juni 2014
Christina OW writes suspense, thrillers, erotica, interracial and multicultural romance books. She is the author of Contemporary, Fantasy, Paranormal, Regency Romance books and a poet of currently 3 titles. She loves reading novels that take her on a ride of wild emotions. Books have always been an escape for her, for a few hours she gets to live the lives of characters she grows to cherish and admire. She’s always had an active imagination and because of it has lived in her head more than she has been in the outside world. She always imagined scenarios and wondered how they would turn out in the end, and what kind of emotions they would invoke. Thus began her writing career.
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Ruiz Albury went to the Bahamas for one reason, to get back what was his as the rightful heir of his father with rage and resentment that has been festering for years. But once he gets there, he’s treated as part of a family, shown love and care he’d only dreamed about and all his carefully laid plans are forgotten. In fact, they are buried deep in his mind when he meets Melody Sinclair.
Melody Sinclair thought she’d found one of the good ones. She loved Ruiz and trusted him enough to make him a part of her life, only to have it shuttered when she finds out his secret. Heart broken and distraught, she gets drunk and decides to get over him by getting under someone else, only for it to turn out to be the worst mistake of her life. Trapped, with nowhere to turn, Ruiz sweeps in like a knight in shining armor ready to battle her dragon.
This is the last instalment of The Albury Affairs Series.
Book #1 Her Venice Affair
Book #2 His Bahamas Affair
Book #3 His Paris Affair
. Anthony suddenly went silent and he looked at Angelo for a long moment before he turned the gun in Riana’s direction. Riana paled, moving back into the couch shaking her head.
“Don’t!” Ruiz yelled.
“Do it!” Angelo yelled.
“No!” Allan shouted, “Shoot me if you want. It’s me you hate. I stole it from you and every one like it around the world. That’s what you hate me for, isn’t it?”
Anthony’s eyes had been glazed over until he heard Allan’s voice, his words. He bumped Ruiz, forcing him to take a few steps back and Anthony turned them both so that the gun was now pointed at Allan’s chest.
“No, please no!” Riana cried and Amy had to wrap her arms around her to hold her in place.
“Don’t!” Ruiz yelled again but this time there was a plea in his voice, anguish etched in his face and regret in his eyes. Like he already knew what was going to happen, like there was nothing he could do to stop it.
No, she couldn’t lose her brother, she just couldn’t! “Ruiz, please!” she cried.
“Finalmente! Ora si muore!” Anthony yelled.
A shot rang out echoing right inside her chest. Her eyes moved to Allan. He was still standing, shocked but standing with no blood pouring out of a hole in his chest. She turned to Ruiz and Anthony. Ruiz was holding his hand up, with the gun pointing to the ceiling. Anthony screamed profanities having missed and this time when he bucked, Ruiz lost his footing and his grip as ell. But he recovered fast enough to push him forward. Anthony landed at Allan’s feet, crazed that another shot had missed. Allan kicked his hand, sending the gun flying to the raised floor of the dining area. Anthony scrambled for it on his hands and knees.
“Please, don’t!” Ruiz pleaded in complete misery.
Why was he pleading? Why did he look so tortured? Why wasn’t he doing something to stop this!
But that plea also fell on deaf ears as Anthony stood with the gun held in both his hands.
“Do it you useless fool!” Angelo bellowed.
As Anthony steadied himself, raising the gun up to point it at Allan again, Ruiz reacted. Everything happened to fast she wasn’t sure she saw it right.
With two jerks Ruiz had his jacket off but still kept one hand in as he rushed Anthony. With the hand still in the jacket, he threw it over his head, wrapped the sleeve around the gun and Anthony’s hands and pulled then up to his head before Ruiz freed his hand and tied the two sleeves together in a knot around his neck, effectively trapping him. Ruiz then grabbed the lapels of Anthony’s jacket, swung him to one side then with an earth shattering roar swung him back and sent him flying right into the window.