All In: A Novel

All In: A Novel

by L.K. Simonds
All In: A Novel

All In: A Novel

by L.K. Simonds


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Cami Taylor: queen of reinvention.

The road to Cami’s dreams started at the River Bend casino, where she dealt blackjack and created Jackie, the protagonist of her debut novel, Double Down Blues. Jackie was everything Cami was not: reckless, sensuous, pretty, and thin, an alter ego Cami emulated enthusiastically. Blues became a surprise bestseller, and the former Leona Camille Lingo, a bookish, overweight schoolgirl from Phoenix, became Cami Taylor, an attractive, sophisticated author living in New York.

The transformation was complete.

Cami’s boyfriend, Joel, wants to marry her, buy a house on Long Island, and raise a family—a life that isn’t even close to Cami’s idea of happiness. Her therapist suggests compromise and trust, but Cami bolts like a deer. She breaks off her eighteen-month relationship with Joel and embarks on a course she believes will secure her future happiness. But a nasty surprise waits around the corner, one she should’ve seen coming. Cami finds herself squared off against an enemy that isn’t impressed by her cynicism, her stubbornness, or her reinvention. What follows is a fight to the death, but who will be the one left standing?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642792911
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 08/27/2019
Pages: 282
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

L. K. Simonds is a Fort Worth, Texas local. She worked as a waitress, KFC hostess, telephone marketer, assembly line worker, nanny, hospital lab technician, and air traffic controller. She’s also an instrument-rated pilot and an alumnus of Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas. L. K. once dreamed of an adventurous life as a missionary pilot in the African bush. That wasn’t to be, so now she writes stories and lives a thousand lives in one.
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