Back(stabbed) In Brooklyn

Back(stabbed) In Brooklyn

Lenox Parker

Lenox Parker

This Hollywood star is washed up after a series of sordid, drunken mistakes, and returns to his Brooklyn roots after decades of success. What he finds is not the nostalgia he expected, but a group of hardened guys with grudges to match. The gang all finally meet up at a dive in Chinatown, but instead of a warm reunion the deep resentments of the past turn into exploitation and deceit.Her sentence is death.Evil turns the life of Ysane Wulfsingas, a woman of gentleness and peace, into a nightmare that drives her to murder. When a new enemy, the fearsome knight Fallard D'Auvrecher, charges headlong into her life intent on picking up where her former husband left off, her only defense is to guard well her heart.Captain Fallard D'Auvrecher holds the opportunity of a lifetime within his hand. To keep it, he must rescue Ysane Wulfsingas from execution, for the beautiful Rose of Wulfsinraed is the key to all he has fought for in his years as a knight of King William. Fallard must conquer not only the rebel commander who desires Wulfsinraed for himself, but also the demesne's serenely obstinate mistress.Though he has waged countless battles, Fallard soon learns the greatest challenge of all is the fight for the lady's heart.
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Back(stabbed) In Brooklyn

Back(stabbed) In Brooklyn

Lenox Parker

Lenox Parker

Howard Kessler has lived the fast life of a Hollywood star and his time in the spotlight has been sustained and well-deserved. A kid from Brooklyn with no education and no positive role-models, Howard’s fame, fortune, and grandiosity have earned him a reputation as a big-spending, Brooklyn tough-guy with a gritty personality. But his run with women, alcohol, and dice have landed him in a predicament where he's getting passed over for roles. So Howard embarks on a soul-searching expedition that takes him right back to Brooklyn, against the wishes of his trusted friend and agent. In between the nostalgia, the reunion with his old gang provides painful details of the past, and reminds Howard why he left Coney Island in the first place. Howard found success once he left Brooklyn, but at a cost that he may regret: leaving abruptly and cutting ties for decades had enabled trivial resentments to turn into lifelong grudges. When he seizes an opportunity to turn his career around by writing a telling memoir using their stories, he doesn’t heed the risks of getting involved with the old gang again. Meet the old gang and see for yourself who comes out on top.
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