There are two problems: She doesn't have the guts to kill herself, and her insurance doesn't pay out on suicides. With only days left before her family learns the true meaning of homelessness, Lola turns to Blasé, a desensitized hit man with a "no turning back" policy, to execute her murder. To foot Blasé's upfront bill, Lola seeks prostitution. It's not long before the hole that she has already dug gets deeper.
Living on the erotic edge leads her to an unforgettable sexual encounter with Mannish Major, a lonely married man with skeletons swinging in his closet. Their tryst explodes into a full-blown love affair that renews Lola's will to live and to face the adversities of life head on. But not even a budding romance will cancel the expiration date Blasé has set on Lola's soul. Now Lola and Mannish must make a final and desperate attempt to stop the hit man, or else they will die trying.
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About the Author
Brenda Hampton is a native St. Louisian, with a gift and passion for writing. She maintained journals for several years, but it wasn't until she read Terry McMillan's Disappearing Acts that Hampton was prompted to explore writing in ways she never thought were possible.
Buck 50 Productions is a music/film development company distinguished in the production and marketing of commercially viable cinematic and audio products. The company is comprised of entertainment professionals whose combined career backgrounds incorporate twenty years of experience.
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