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The Temptation Of John Haynes

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The Devil doesn't like John Haynes.

To take his soul, Lucifer recruits E'steem a beautiful she-demon to seduce him. If she can persuade John to compromise his beliefs and values, he'll allow her to join his Elect, a cadre of powerful demons in his inner circle.

To balance the playing field in E'steem's favor, Lucifer isolates John by having him fired from his job . Unemployed and emotionally vulnerable, John eagerly takes what he thinks is the ...

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Overview

The Devil doesn't like John Haynes.

To take his soul, Lucifer recruits E'steem a beautiful she-demon to seduce him. If she can persuade John to compromise his beliefs and values, he'll allow her to join his Elect, a cadre of powerful demons in his inner circle.

To balance the playing field in E'steem's favor, Lucifer isolates John by having him fired from his job . Unemployed and emotionally vulnerable, John eagerly takes what he thinks is the job opportunity of a lifetime as CEO of Morris Phillips. Distracted by his new high-powered job and its many duties, he has no idea that Lucifer secretly controls the multinational corporation or that his live-in assistant is a she-demon placed there to corrupt him. However as E'steem becomes romantically involved with John, she's torn between achieving her theocratic aspirations and saving the man she loves from eternal damnation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615425924
  • Publisher: SJS DIRECT
  • Publication date: 1/22/2011
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Meet the Author

Shawn James is the author of the novels Isis and The Cassandra Cookbook. He is also a feature writer for the African-American social media site Onixlink.com. A graduate of Monroe College, he’s been writing for over fifteen years.
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  • Posted March 6, 2011

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    Deceptions

    John Haynes is a guy who is very humble. He is the type that you would take home to momma. John has goals and he's determined to do it the right way. He is considered one of the good ones. Of course Lucifer does not like this one bit and he is making it his business to make sure that John does something that is not to God's liking. Now enters beautiful and sexy E'steem. E'steem has been assigned to John so that he will fall. Even though she uses many tricks and is backed by Lucifer, this is a task that turns out to be bigger than expected.

    Will John fall for E'steem or vice versa? Will Lucifer win? Or will good triumph again?

    The concept of the "The Temptation of John Haynes" was very good and held my attention from the first page. There were a few typos, but not enough to hinder the story. I think Mr. James did a good job.

    Reviewed by: Sophia

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