Life of a College Bandsman 4: Hell on Earth

by Jaxon Grant

Zach’s grandmother has been warning him about an evil presence in his life from the moment he stepped foot on the campus of Florida A&M University. That evil shows its face in book four. Also, Zach’s faith is put to the ultimate test as he takes several major blows to his life. Will he come up standing after all the dust settles or will he drown in his pity?

Dwight is at a crossroads in his life. What will he do when he can no longer hide from himself? What will become of Zach and Dwight’s relationship? Will they finally take it to the next level?

Three major events happen in Tony’s life over the next five months that will rock him to his core. Everything that he has worked so hard for could be gone in a matter of seconds. What will Tony do when the world turns its back on him? Will he survive this terrifying time in his young life or will he succumb to the pressure?

Micah takes a turn for the worse as some of his darkest secrets are exposed. The stress of life is wearing him down as he continues to battle being in a dysfunctional relationship. He is silently crying for help, but is anyone listening? Will someone be able to save him or is it already too late?

All hell breaks loose in the fourth book of this eleven-book series. The ending sequence of events is guaranteed to leave you shocked. The lives of all of these characters will be forever changed! Nothing will ever be the same after this.

Published:
Publisher: Independently Published
Genres:
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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Straight
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 3 Age: 18-25
Tropes: (Hits) Close to Home, Forbidden Love, Hurt / Comfort, Mind Games
Word Count: 132448
Setting: Tallahassee, Florida
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
Reviews:LeShone Hall on Amazon wrote:

I feel that your stories really touch my heart. You have a way of making me feel that love is more than sex. I wish all the best with you upcoming books. Keep writing I will keep buying them.

T. Parker on Amazon wrote:

This was an excellent read. I've read all the books in this series including the "Webs we weave" and "crimes of the Heart"series. The 'loose' connection of characters makes the story even more intriguing. Seeing Zach make it to graduation was a full circle experience. Great story! Well written from beginning to end.

Mr. McKnight to you! on Amazon wrote:

This installment was a shocker to me. I was ready for Dwight to actually come to terms with the fact that he is in love with Zack but when he did it wasn't satisfying. I understand that he wants to protect their friendship which is the most important but come on Dwight, you are confusing the s*** out of that boy. Knowing Jaxon I'm sure that won't be the end of them! I was afraid to continue reading at some points bc people just kept dying. I was like damn, Im surprised Zack wasn't suicidal with all the death going on. The real eye opener was Micah! I felt so bad for him but some people just can't cope. I was happy to see that most of the characters got it together and found love but I still feel like there is some sexual tension between Will and Zack. Im ready for book 5. Bring it on! Great job Jaxon.


About the Author

Known mostly as BnTasty by his online reader-base, Jaxon Grant started his writing conquest in June 2008, on Da Site, which was a popular stories website for gay and bisexual men. With his initial publications, Jaxon captivated his audience and created a healthy following that urged him to move outside of the confines of those who flocked to Da Site to read his material. Now, after many years of growing and understanding his skills as a writer, he’s brought his work to a national audience.

Jaxon has written with compelling thoughts that tackle the issues we face as Americans, not just in the LGBT community. In his unique style, he uses the elements of drama, mystery, suspense, romance and tragedy to further the depth and scope of his work.

Jaxon was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He graduated from the Florida A&M University (FAMU) and majored in Social Science Education. While at FAMU, Jaxon was a member of the marching band, the world renown FAMU Marching 100.

Please be sure to visit his website, www.jaxongrant.com, and sign up for his newsletter to receive important updates from Jaxon. You can follow Jaxon on Twitter @jaxon_grant. Finally, you can text Jaxon to 88202 to receive new release alerts directly to your phone.


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