Feature – Bad Uncle by Gillian Felix


BAD UNCLE – On sale July 27, 2015

About the book

The stars are aligned in Adriana’s favor, but secrets have a way of exposing themselves just when everything is perfect. As Adriana and Haze’s relationship heads south, Carys is ready to pounce. Will Adriana’s lies drive the man she loves into the arms of another?

Meanwhile Zax is finally with his dream girl, but why can’t he get his best friend’s girl out of his mind? When she turns to him for advice on how to be a better girlfriend, can he put his selfish desires aside, or will he follow his siblings and take what he wants despite the consequences?

When Kevin’s lifestyle puts innocent L’Wren in danger, his retaliation brings his ruthless uncle back to Los Angeles and into the lives of his family. In Bad Uncle you’ll get to know the man who has the power to change the legacy of the Banovic family forever.

Excerpt
Haze switched his thoughts to Adriana. Every fiber of his being was in love with her and he was tired of hiding it. He and Carys had talked about it on their way to New York, and she made a valid point of saying that he and Adriana were both consenting adults and her parents couldn’t stop them from seeing each other. She encouraged him to go to Adriana’s parents, and if Adriana truly loved him, she would forgive him. Haze was hell-bent on professing his love for Adriana to her parents. He’d planned his speech and was ready. He was ready to apologize for sneaking around behind their backs and was willing to take whatever consequences they dished out. He was willing to do whatever it took to finally be with Adriana in the open.

He walked briskly through LAX. His mission, while he still had the courage, was to head to Banovic Manor. He texted his roommate, Chellon, to pick him up at the airport. Haze could hardly wait to get to the outside a few yards in front of him. With his eyes set firmly on his finish line, he dodged people coming at him from all directions; then just outside of Starbucks, L’Wren DaCosta bumped into him, spilling some of her ice-cold drink down his pant leg. As the liquid penetrated his pants and touched his skin, it slammed him into the present.

“I am so sorry, I wasn’t paying attention,” she apologized.

“It’s okay, neither was I.” He dusted the liquid from his pants.

“I’m so sorry, let me …” She tried to wipe it off.

“Don’t worry about it. It’s okay. Lemme buy you another one.” Haze looked at her for the first time and she looked familiar, but he couldn’t place her.

“No, no, no, it’s fine. I am so clumsy!”

“You’re Kevin’s girlfriend.”

“I knew you looked familiar. Have we met?” L’Wren asked.

“Haze. I work for the Banovics, part time, but I’ve seen you at Bacchanal Jake’s.”

“That’s right!”

Haze nodded.

“L’Wren. Nice to meet you,” she introduced herself.

“Yeah, you too. You coming or going?”

“Just coming back from New York City. I presented one of my designs at Fashion Week.”

“No way! I was just coming back from there. I had a gig at that event.”

“Do you want a ride? My roommate should be here any minute now.”

“Kevin’s picking me up.” She beamed; it was obvious to Haze that she was very much in love with Kevin by the way she lit up when she mentioned his name.

L’Wren and Haze walked and talked about the shows. Once outside, the conversation flowed easily. They were so engrossed in conversation that they didn’t notice a black SUV pull up a few feet away. Two men got out and walked towards them.

“L’Wren?” one of the men asked.

“Yes.”

“Kevin sent us to pick you up.”

One of the men relieved her of her bags. Haze had an uneasy feeling as he watched the man who spoke lead her away by her elbow.

“Bye, Haze.” She smiled. “Nice to meet you.”

Haze faked a smile, but his gut told him that something was not right. He saw them open the backseat door for her and he started walking towards them. One of the men noticed and quickly got in with L’Wren and they hastily drove off. He memorized the license plate as he dialed Kevin. At the same time Chellon pulled up and Haze spotted Kevin’s vehicle in traffic several cars behind.

Haze dropped his bag and ran towards Kevin’s vehicle.

“Hey, man!” Chellon called as he got out of his vehicle.

Kevin spotted Haze and lowered the window on the passenger side. “What’s going on, Haze?”

“Two guys just grabbed your girl, I think.”

“You shitting me, right?” Kevin looked at him in disbelief.

Chellon caught up to them.

“Kevin, I’m dead serious.” Haze told them everything that happened and gave him the license plate of the vehicle, and Kevin sped off, honking his way through traffic.

“We should call the cops. I’ve got the license plate, they could help.” Haze looked for both vehicles, but they had already disappeared.

“No, man, Kevin’s got this,” Chellon replied. Just then an airport security guard started to hassle them about leaving their vehicle unattended.

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About the author
Gillian Felix was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad. She grew up watching prime-time soap operas by Aaron Spelling with her mother. That’s where her obsession with rich, powerful and devious characters were born. After repeatedly seeing Mr. Spelling’s name on the screen night after night, Gillian knew she wanted to be an Aaron Spelling, before she knew that Aaron Spelling was actually a person.

Gillian have been involved in the entertainment industry for over ten years. She is an entrepreneur and advocate for women and children’s rights. She enjoys hiking and volunteering.

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Where to find the book
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2 Responses to Feature – Bad Uncle by Gillian Felix

  1. @Gillianfx says:

    Reblogged this on Plain Talk Book Marketing and commented:
    Thank you for hosting!

    Best
    Gillian

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