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Cutting the woman upstairs loose from her literary bonds was a catalyst, changing Jacoby's orderly life. Vivienne was a writer. Her character, Santiago, helped them meet, but trouble followed him back downstairs to his apartment. Jacoby never expected he'd end up in a hospital bed, wearing a Superhero costume, nor that he'd be the target of a series of vicious pranks. Mayb ...more
Paperback, 215 pages
Published August 8th 2019 by independantly published
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This is a light mystery-romance between Vivienne and Jacoby, told from Jacoby’s point of view.

Read full review in the 2019 Nov issue of InD'tale Magazine.
Sheri J.
Jan 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
Fun, fun, fun! I read this on the airplane and didn't put it down. A perfect diversion - great beach read - for anyone looking for sweet entertainment and a good laugh. Just enough plot to keep turning the pages without the complexity to get lost or boggle the brain. Characters are fun to get to know, funny and somewhat dear. Looking for something light yet satisfying? This is the book for you! ...more
Rachel Barnard
Sep 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“Santiago is where adventure meets truth and superheroes come to the aid of the homeless. Santiago, in a way, is my life here in Seattle.”

Jacoby lives a normal life. He works the night shift as a guard. He helps out with a local Christian group. But soon his calm life will be thrown into chaos when a mysterious letter shows up claiming something about an inheritance, the lady upstairs is in trouble and needs his help, and a stranger keeps calling him racist names. What is going on and how will J
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