Come Here, Go Away (Part Five)
by Lori L. Clark
Welcome to the final book in the five-week long reading experience of my new serial novel titled: COME HERE, GO AWAY.
What is a serial novel? It is one, long saga, told episodically. COME HERE, GO AWAY is a very steamy, angsty, emotionally charged and flawed romance between a feisty self-defense instructor and a jaded billionaire who may or not be responsible for the death of his ex-wife. It will be told over a five-week period, each installment available every Friday, beginning January 2, 2015 for the low, low price of 99c for each episode!
Follow along with Tori and Ambrose in real time during the first five weeks of their roller-coaster-ride of a romance.
COME HERE, GO AWAY is the story of the steamy, screwed-up romance between Victoria "Tori" Isley and Ambrose Flynn. A couple of complete opposites brought together when Flynn--a smoking hot billionaire--hires Tori to train his daughter in self-defense.
Flynn was accused of hiring a hit-man to kill his ex-wife due to their bitter divorce and custody battle. Though Flynn was acquitted, the killer was never found and some still insist he's guilty. His daughter moved back home with him, and now, Flynn's convinced someone is going to kill her. Flynn maintains he had nothing to do with his ex-wife's murder and believes it was motivated by revenge. When Flynn hires Tori to give his daughter private lessons in self-defense at his mansion. Sparks fly!
Early praise: Holy hell!!! Thank you for the lack of sleep last night as I poured over the final book, I ended up going to bed very late! Wow, it DID NOT pan out as I had expected! Bloody brilliant, did not see it coming! Below is the review:
Going into this final installment, I was sure I had it all worked out in my brain. I’d pinpointed the perpetrator and I was ready to be proven right – boy, was I wrong.
First, I feel the need to praise the author for Flynn’s reaction to Tori’s part on the night of Rose and Tori’s kidnapping. I worried that Flynn would brush it aside and say something like ‘Well, you were just trying to help’. That was not the case. The reaction was realistic and I was pleased about this.
As truths come to light and the perpetrators are unmasked, I was left both reeling and surprised. As I mentioned, I’d been pretty sure I knew what was going to happen so I was more than pleasantly surprised when it didn’t end like I expected. I feel the need to point out that at one point, I was pretty pissed at the author but then more things click together and anger turned to elation. Reading the whole series has been a pleasure, I’m only sorry it’s finished. Fabulous books.