Jewell and the Dapper Dan [NOOK Book]


Jewell and her dashing boyfriend Daniel are Overbrook Meadows' hottest crime duo. When their latest job brings more heat than loot, Daniel plans one last multi-million ...
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Jewell and her dashing boyfriend Daniel are Overbrook Meadows' hottest crime duo. When their latest job brings more heat than loot, Daniel plans one last multi-million dollar heist. But he’s also planning the ultimate betrayal.

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Jewell crawled to her purse on all fours. She didn’t know Daniel was following until she felt his hands on her hips as she dug through her bag. She looked back and saw that he already had his boxers off.

“What are you doing?”

“Nothing, baby. Take your call.”

He penetrated from behind just as she pulled the cellular from her purse. Jewell gasped and dropped to her elbows. She pushed the answer button on the seventh ring.

“Oh, uh, uh, hello?”

“Vanessa! How you doing, girl?” Percy sounded like he was in a good mood. Jewell definitely was.

“I’m, uh, I’m fine.”

Daniel was digging for gold. Jewell looked back at him with a worried expression, but he smiled and kept on plowing.

“Did you talk to your friends?” Percy asked.


“Do they want to play ball?”

“Yeah. They, they do.”

“Good,” Percy said. “So they still got my slab?”


“And my eggs?”

“Yuh, yeah.”

“Great,” Percy said. “You’re a smart girl. I knew you’d make the right decision. Can we meet tomorrow night? Just me and you; leave your boys at home.”

“Yeah,” Jewell said. “Where?”

Percy gave her directions to a location Jewell knew very well. That was a good thing because she wouldn’t have remembered anything complicated. With the liquor in her system and Daniel knocking against her walls, it was hard enough to keep from moaning into the phone.

Jewell hung up with the heroin king and looked back at her butt naked boyfriend.

“You a freak,” she whispered.

He grinned and blew her a kiss. “That’s what you like about me.”


© Keith Thomas Walker
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014176316
  • Publisher: KeithWalkerBooks
  • Publication date: 3/29/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 328
  • Sales rank: 640,677
  • File size: 249 KB

Meet the Author

Keith Thomas Walker is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English. He enjoys reading, poetry, and music of all genres. Keith currently works in administration at one of the city’s largest hospitals. He lives in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife and two children. Keith is also the author of Fixin’ Tyrone, How to Kill Your Husband, A Good Dude, Riding the Corporate Ladder, The Finley Sisters’ Oath of Romance, Blow by Blow, Jewell and the Dapper Dan, and Harlot. Visit him at
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2012

    Guns and Bullets and Gangsters - OH MY!

    I think Keith Thomas Walker just broke out of his shell. I read a couple of his books, and they were both romances. Fixin' Tyrone was my favorite, but I loved Riding the Corporate Ladder too. So imagine my surprise when Keith introduces me to Jewell and her ex-pimp boyfriend Daniel. I wasn't ready - to say the least! I thought this was street lit at first, just by reading the back of the book, but this isn't street lit. It's a suspense. I think Keith writes like Eric Jerome Dickey did, back in the day, with a little mix of Walter Moseley. This book has action, sex and a lot of drama with a bad to the bone chick named Jewell. Five stars!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2012


    Wow, this was a great book from start to finish! Almost like watching an action-packed movie. Keith does a great job with this modern day Bonnie and Clyde. Read it! You won't be disappointed.

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