The Pawn

The Pawn

by Kristen Mae

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Overview

Some games can never be won...

My new neighbor warned me about you—she said you're "weird."

And she's right—there is something a little... off about you. You invite people over for a barbecue without bothering to clean. You wear T-shirts with divisive political statements on them, make jokes about genitals in mixed company, and don't seem to care what people think of you.

Weird, indeed. Because I've spent my whole life proving myself to others, trying to fit in. Trying to live a better life than the little girl who was tortured at school, who had holes in her shoes, who cowered under the covers while her parents' screams shook the walls.

And I've finally done it. This quiet, upscale community, the stunning homes and well-coifed families who live in it—this is the perfect place for my family. The life I always dreamed of.

But somehow, despite all my resolve to fit in here, I've ended up across the table from the "weird" girl. Your kitchen table is smeared with paint, and the tea you've served me tastes suspiciously like dirt.

Between us sits a gleaming chessboard.

And you are about to introduce me to a game I can never win.

Angsty, discomfiting, and low-key erotic, "The Pawn" explores the razor thin line that separates jealousy from desire.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161207321
Publisher: Tritone Literary Publishers
Publication date: 04/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 597 KB

About the Author

Kristen Mae is the bestselling author of Red Water and Beyond the Break, as well as the hugely popular and completely twisted short story "Black-Eyed Susie." She is also a social media manager, freelance writer, classical musician, and artist. Check out her website, AbandoningPretense.com, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram @abandoningpretense.

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