First Kill Wonder: A Naim Butler Romance Suspense by R. Jerome BrooksFirst Kill Wonder: A Naim Butler Romance Suspense by R. Jerome Brooks

First Kill Wonder: A Naim Butler Romance Suspense

byR. Jerome BrooksEditorLocksie LocksIllustratorGregory Graphics

Paperback | May 2, 2016

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Naim Butler, a rainmaker, has perfected the art of sentencing mitigation, as a partner with Manhattan power-firm, Baker and Keefe. He's the kind of captivating and accomplished man that therapists vent too. His bachelorhood is turned upside down when an old flame, Sinia Love, drops a seventeen-year-old son into his lap forcing him to balance this revelation and his budding romance with Brandy Scott. Professionally, Naim's assigned to prove a man's innocence of murder is filthy work itself, but catastrophic when an envious lover of Sinia Love's sets out to kill him while hiding amongst the glitterati of Manhattan's upper crust.

Title:First Kill Wonder: A Naim Butler Romance SuspenseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:May 2, 2016Publisher:Prodigy Gold BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1939665183

ISBN - 13:9781939665188

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First Kill Wonder is the journey of: did wrong, paid the price, did right, grew and succeeded.... "in spite of." And, was much "in spite of" but so goes life. This novel is our introduction to Naim Butler because clearly, he's just getting started therefore, there must be more to come. I am so looking forward to reading more of him. Naim Butler is an ace in sentencing mitigation and a partner with Baker and Keefe, one of the most prestigious law firms in Manhattan. He's successful, personable and fine as a great wine. His life is progressing and on the steady rise when he learns that he has a 17 year old son, Marco. They meet and establish the foundation of what type of relationship they will have. Naim meets Brandy Scott in a very fortunate situation for her and romance blooms. This to the disdain of Marco's mother, Sinia Love, a definite "in spite of," whose dismissal of a paramour ignites another bomb in Niam life. This novel is chucked full of systemic paths that are entwined to create a dramatically engage read. Mr. Brooks has penned a tale that draws you in and blankets you in a cocoon of curiosity and awaiting what's next. I didn't want this story to end and I am definitely awaiting more. --Chi-Town Reading Circle