I Was Innocent When I Arrived In New York...Now It's My Turnby Nathan Seven Scott
In My Turn hotshot reporter Courtney R. Knight lands the opportunity of a lifetime to head the Social Media Division at a high-profile media firm. But drama, mystery and murder unfold when he gets caught up between rival moguls, a jealous ex-lover and a host of colorful characters amidst the electrifying backdrop of New York City.
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The character in this book had alot going on. It started to seem unbelievable. The book was well written and it kept my attention but after i finished I thought it was a little much. Good read and well written.
Somehow we comfortably ride inside Courtney Knight's mind as he moves from Washington DC to New York City. From the steamy sexual encounters to the addictive elixir of high power media magnates we follow Courtney as he rides to the top of the industry just to discover he is has been played as a pawn of revenge. His three mentors Mr Greene, Bianca and David leap off the page and bring their seductiveness to life. Impossible to put this book down so give yourself over to the allure of money, power and sex as this young,dynamic, potent and extremely talented young man goes on the ride of his life. Kerry Wolf Avid Reader and member of a 25 year old book club
My Turn by Nathan Seven Scott is a compelling read doused with a deliciously wicked plot, nail biting turns and page turning twists. Courtney Knight is a breath of fresh sinister air as the overzealous neophyte in search of power in the all too calculated world of media. Bravo to Scott for making a gay character with such an edgy dark side. Courtney's actions consistently kept me conflicted. On the one hand wanting to see him succeed while on the other hoping he slips up along the way. My Turn doesn't fall short in giving its reader an abundant dose of titilating and at times horrifically graphic sexual encounters. I couldn't get enough and look forward to the next installment of the The Knight Affairs Trilogy. Congratulations Nathan for having the courage to go there...much success to you on this journey! Walter Vickerie - Author, Swordfight