The Legacy Renaud and Lorelei had inherited from their father was a death sentence if the men who’d captured and imprisoned their father ever caught up with them, but there was little they could do beyond depend on one another.


Published: 04/2008
Length: Long Category
Word Count: 51,626
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: Spicy
Available formats: PDF, RTF, Epub, HTML, Mobipocket (.prc)


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J.J. Massa


© Copyright by J.J. Massa, April 2008
© Cover Art by Amber Moon, April 2008
ISBN 978-1-60394-147-1
New Concepts Publishing
Lake Park, GA 31636


This is a work of fiction. All characters, events, and places are of the author's imagination and not to be confused with fact. Any resemblance to living persons or events is merely coincidence.


Everyone has a weak spot. Ballerina Lorelei Eliza Allemande’s personal weakness was coffee-mocha flavored milkshakes on hot summer days. She had resigned herself to life without them as long as she was buried in the mosquito infested Louisiana swamp, until now. Just today, the local burger chain had begun to advertise a special. A quick phone call assured her that a nearby fast-food restaurant did indeed have her favorite shake and a drive-thru to go with it. It must be destiny.

The air conditioning in her little car was iffy at best – after two hundred thousand miles of hard labor she would forgive these signs of age. It should be a quick, short trip, anyway. She wouldn’t even get out of the car.

She pulled on a pink crop t-shirt emblazoned with the likeness of a little girl duck with red hair. It was too hot out there for a bra. Besides, she was pretty small on top. Nobody would ever know.

In the interests of remaining cool, Lorelei donned a short, wrap-around skirt that tied on the side. It hung barely two inches below the line of her very high hipped, thin panties.

Hey, was summertime in Southern Louisiana. It was hot!

She grabbed a pair of slip-on toe shoes and off she went.

Lorelei was in a great mood. She could not believe her luck! She loved her new home. She lived only a few miles from her brother for the first time ever! And now she’d be enjoying her beloved frozen nectar in minutes.

Lorelei Allemande had an enormous Coffee Mocha shake and was easing out of the drive-thru when her good lucky streak ended.