Innocent 3: Brandy

Innocent 3: Brandy

by L. A. Zoe

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Overview

Brandy craves a dramatic, overwhelming, world-shaking, burning-hot romance, not a bank teller.

She likes co-worker Derron, but can't see him as a serious romantic partner until she discovers he has a secret life as a poet.

Yet he refuses to trade his boring job for the exciting life of a poet. He wants a comfortable lifestyle, and to support his daughter. He enjoys being boringly responsible and hard-working.

Brandy's friend Melinda wants to initiate Brandy into her world of wild orgies.

Brandy and Derron can't deny their passion for each other.

So Brandy discovers passion can burn as well as exhilarate.

63,000 words

3 Stars

Therefore, try out Innocent 3: Brandy now.

Book 3 of the League of Worldly Wise Innocents series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500867492
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/21/2014
Series: League of Worldly Wise Innocents , #3
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

L.A. Zoe grew up in a small, Illinois river town and now lives in a tropical paradise full of palm trees with the loves of Zoe's life, and extended family. Fond of adventure, travel, and white sand beaches, L.A. prefers the "Bollywood" movies of India to modern Hollywood flicks, because they emphasize love stories, complete with singing and dancing. Favorite actor: Shah Rukh Khan.


L.A. celebrates the freedom of the United States, and enjoys residing in a country demographically much younger. L.A. eats lunch every day in a mall crowded with adults working hard to raise their babies, bunches of school children sharing snack time, and college sweethearts holding hands.


Busy establishing and enjoying their lives, building a future for the world. Nobody worries about the future of Social Security or looks forward to retirement.


No one country, race, culture, religion, or ethnic group holds a monopoly on brains, beauty, hard work, or creativity. Success in the future demands all of the above, especially vision and a willingness to break with the past. To take chances and defy the reluctant majority.


Young adults -- whom publishers now call "new adults" -- keep the world fresh, exciting, and progressing toward humanity's destiny.

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