Check Mate

Check Mate LIFE IS LIKE CHESS MAKE YOUR MOVES WITH CAUTION North State University has just hired their newest professor Dionne Harper can t wait to start her assignment Her unemployed husband is reluctantly alon

  • Title: Check Mate
  • Author: R.L. Taylor
  • ISBN: 2940012702739
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Nook
  • LIFE IS LIKE CHESS MAKE YOUR MOVES WITH CAUTION.North State University has just hired their newest professor Dionne Harper can t wait to start her assignment Her unemployed husband is reluctantly along for the ride They escape the New York city life and head south to small town Grandridge, located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains In Grandridge, the right circleLIFE IS LIKE CHESS MAKE YOUR MOVES WITH CAUTION.North State University has just hired their newest professor Dionne Harper can t wait to start her assignment Her unemployed husband is reluctantly along for the ride They escape the New York city life and head south to small town Grandridge, located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains In Grandridge, the right circle of friends means everythingBUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU GET TOO CLOSE Professor Harper fits into high class society, while Andre fights assimilation with firm resolve and flirts with deception Their turbulent marriage is already falling apart when Andre crosses the line for the last time Trust is a thing of the past His interaction with an audacious new neighbor sparks a retaliation neither of them could imagine.WHO DO YOU RUN TO IN A TOWN WITH NO RULES The community s most powerful citizen teams up with his pool of well connected friends to teach outsider Andre Harper a lesson he ll never forget On and off campus strong allegiances are formed Professor Dionne Harper must choose to align herself with the town s upper elite or trust her husband one last timeOOSE WRONG AND THE RESULTS COULD BE DEADLY.

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    1. Sometimes you just couldn't believe what was going on in this town. I certainly hope this book wasn't written with any past experience in mind because that would have been an extremely creepy life. I did have to go back and read the prologue, because the ending really left you hanging, but I realized the story ends in the beginning. All in all the story was good, and I'll continue to read RL Taylor.

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