By Teri Woods
Actual TO the sport II will decide up the place precise to the sport left off-- with one distinction, Gena is now seeing a brand new man named Jay. Little does Gena be aware of that the guy she has fallen in love with, so quickly after Quadir's demise, is his archrival, Jerrell Jackson. regrettably, Jerrell is decided to get his revenge opposed to Quadir's team and he'll commence with Gena.
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I . ” Malcolm grabbed his wife around her neck. He threw her up against the wall. With one hand around her neck, he used his other hand to undo his zipper. ” “Malcolm, no, Malcolm . . please,” said Maria, knowing that this was not Malcolm, this was an enraged man, and he wasn’t thinking, his brother was lying dead and covered in blood on their bed. “Malcolm, no, please,” pleaded Maria, as Malcolm mechanically forced her against the wall and plugged into and began fucking her. “Oh, God, Malcolm, no, please,” said Maria, and the more she fought him, the more he forced her.
The watch on his wrist and the piece hanging off his chain were sending off enough light to land a plane. She was glad that she had given him her number and even gladder that he had called. She pulled up next to him. Jerrell rested his hand on the passenger door of the Guardsman black convertible. ” Gena asked, smiling from ear to ear. ” Jerrell asked. Gena shook her head. ” Jerrell laughed. ” “Nothing,” Gena told him. ” he asked with a smile. Gena shook her head. “Not really. But I am starving.
She thought, still looking all around the parking lot. She parked her 300CE and paced herself as she walked into the mall, desperate to elude whoever was following her, but now that she was out of the car and in the mall, it seemed as if no one was behind her. If someone was, it would be hard to keep up with her. The mass of people shopping in the Gallery was her haven, a much-needed comfort zone. She walked through the lower level of the mall until she got to the Eighth Street exit, convinced she was getting away from her follower.
True to the Game II (True to the Game, Book 2) by Teri Woods