One in a Million (Book 1 of The Fasano Trilogy)

One in a Million (Book 1 of The Fasano Trilogy)

Kyle Fasano has it all: a loving wife, two children and a house on the hill. Still, for one night, it's not enough. Risking everything, he has a fling with a woman from the office. But after her mysterious death, he finds himself as the prime suspect in a statewide manhunt. As he runs from the law with everything to lose and is pursued by a detective from East LA with nothing to lose, Kyle is about to learn that with every choice there are consequences.

Sometimes there can be hell to pay. Literally.

About the Book

Praise for One in a Million

“Absorbing and frequently terrifying.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Paranormal fans should enjoy this strange brew of revelations and romance, saints and sinners, remembering the past and attempting to save the future.”—Kirkus Reviews

“This story had me hooked from the very first chapter, and I simply couldn’t put it down. It’s a true page-turner with believable and impressively complex characters.”—Amazon Reviewer (five stars)

Overview

Kyle Fasano has it all: a loving wife, two children and a house on the hill. Still, for one night, it’s not enough. Risking everything, he has a fling with a woman from the office. He knows better, but she offers a simple temptation.

Napoleon Villa has very little. No real family or home. A veteran detective for the LAPD, he is a gray wolf in an ever darkening world. When the call comes in that a young woman has plummeted to her death at the Los Angeles Hilton, it seems like just another case.
Fleeing his affair at the Hilton, Kyle runs into a stranger dressed in gray, who tells him something he never expected to hear. In order to save his soul, Kyle is now tasked with a seemingly impossible mission: he must prevent his first love, whom he hasn’t seen in over twenty years, from making the same mistake he has.
As he runs from the law with everything to lose and is pursued by a detective from East L.A. with nothing to lose, Kyle Fasano is about to learn that with every choice there are consequences. Sometimes there can be hell to pay.

Literally.

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