Who Can You Trust?
Television reporter Garner Davis of WCAE, a network affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina, is a survivor. He is passionate and skillful. He impresses his viewers with his tough questions and breaking news. Somehow, he doesn't ask the same questions when it comes to his choice of friends, acquaintances, and women . . .
Vernise Aikens, a federal law enforcement officer, is a fan of Garner's and she lets him know about it. Intrigued, Garner meets her on a lunch date and she wows him with her wit, beauty, and sensuality . . .
There is an inner voice that speaks to us if someone we meet has good intentions, let alone our best interests at heart. The question is whether we will listen and, if not, what are the consequences?
Warped Intentions is national selling author S.B. Redd's latest thought provoking and scintillating novel, and first with MavLit Publishing.
"An excellent read that shouldn't be immediately overlooked for general fiction readers." -- The Midwest Book Review
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A strong female lead with a soft center...I loved it. Very well written!!
Garner Davis is an ambitious television reporter for a network in Columbia, South Carolina. He is the type of reporter that asks the type of questions others won't. The questions he asks women are a little lacking and in some cases awkward. He is even considered selfish at times. His friend, Dr. Spencer Watts, is busy trying to play match maker but some of his suggested choices for dates are not really what Garner is looking for. Among the many women that cross Garner's path is law enforcement officer Vernise Aikens. Will Vernise be the woman for Garner or will his search continue further? "Warped Intentions" started off a little slow but then took off like a rocket. It's a story that makes readers think about the choices that they may make and the consequences that come with those choices. A few minor errors, but overall S.B. Redd's "Warped Intentions" is a good book. Reviewed by: Sophia