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Boo Jackson was born in Kansas City, Kansas; the oldest of three children to her mother and biological father. Growing up in Wyandotte County, the roughest and poorest county in Kansas, Boo endued her fair share of hardships but still managed to graduate from Wyandotte High School with honors in 2002. She went on to college to study Psychology and Social Work, but then was grabbed by a burning desire to share the many stories inside of her. Her first novel was penned at the tender age 20, while working as a security guard. The book was written because of a bet she had with her baby sister. Laid back and easy going, Boo still possesses an eagerness to please and a determination to succeed. Boo is able to grab her readers with engaging, unique story lines. She touches on all subjects from romance, street life, lust and even racism. Her style is fast paced while still being detail orientated, witty and extremely humorous. Boo's literary diversity led to her acquiring a publishing deal with #TBRS Pleasure Principle Publications where her novel 'Undercover' graced the National Best Sellers List. In Boo's words she doesn't write because she wants to; she writes because she has to! Boo Jackson is reachable by email: email@example.com, facebook: author boo jackson, and twitter: authorbjackson2. Undercover Synopsis: Tyriq is a detective with the Kansas City Police Department that is known for his good looks, boyish charm, and his growing list of mistakes. His Captain is tired of covering for him, so one day he gives him an assignment that he can’t refuse; go undercover and bring down the biggest drug lord in the state; Myeisha. In the beginning, Tyriq has no problem sticking to his job and gathering information on her, but after being undercover for a while, he starts falling for her. Soon the lines become blurred and he starts to forget which side of the law that he is on.
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