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Live Read Of Alejandro With Mahogany SilverRain

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Join me for a live reading of my international best- selling book, Passion's Pride Alejandro. It's a celebration for Alejandro's Book Birthday!


The Maya jaguar shifters have lived in the Sonoran Desert of Sonora, Mexico, for hundreds of years away from human eyes. However, the building of a food and bakery manufacturing plant in Alamos, Sonora, owned by Groupo Susteno, a corporation that Rosa Carrillo, head of the Carrillo Cartel in Chihuahua, Mexico, is a board member, threatens their home. She and her twin brother, Javier,a front plan to use it as a front for drug trafficking into the United States. It will make the quiet, colonial town of Alamos, Sonora, one of the safest tourist spots, just as dangerous as Chihuahua, with its high murder count.

Regina Hightower is a human conservationist from Tucson, AZ who has a special ability to communicate with animals. When she arrives in Novajoa, Sonora on her way to Alamos for the ten day Alfonzo Tirado Arts and Music Festival, she gets more than she bargains for when a luggage mix up puts her in the crosshairs of three drug coyotes who work for the Carrillo Cartel. They think she has stolen five million dollars in cash from them on purpose.

When Alejandro has a premonition of Regina's fight with the drug coyotes from thirty miles away, he rushes to Novajoa to save her. When Alejandro saves her, they go on the run to keep her safe from the cartel and they fall in love. However, when Alejandro's father dies in a shootout with the cartel enforcers and mercenaries, it forces Alejandro to become king. Now that Alejandro is a king, Regina doesn't feel she would make a worthy queen. Can this reluctant jaguar king lead his people, protect his homeland and make Regina, a human, his queen?


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