Guilty Conscience

What Webs We Weave 8

by Jaxon Grant

Guilty Conscience - Jaxon Grant - What Webs We Weave
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99Paperback: $ 10.99
ISBN: 1522715142
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 152

Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we first practice to deceive!

Book eight of the nine-book short story series, immediately jumps back into Qier’s devastating news! How does he proceed knowing this new information? His livelihood is on the line with this recent revelation from his deeply hated foe. Does this mark the end of his seven-year relationship or does he find a way to rise above and finally admit his truth?

Keston and Phoenix are having the time of their lives until Keston receives a phone call that changes everything. Will Keston be able to move past the secret he learns? Is this the final straw?

Izzy is still grieving the loss of his mother, but fakes his feelings so no one would know just how bad he’s hurting. He tries to take his mind off his issues when some friends come to visit. Instead of relaxing, he learns more shocking information that impacts the lives of everyone close to him, forcing him to take an unpopular stance.

Revenge is the name of Raheim’s game! He’s still hurting over the ultimate betrayal by someone close to him and he’s determined to get that person back for what they’ve done. The real question is how far is Raheim willing to go to make someone else’s life a living hell? Just how low would he stoop?

Published:
Publisher: Independently Published
Genres:
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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay, Questioning, Transgender
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 3 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Alpha Character, Cheating, Coming of Age, First Time, Forbidden Love, Mind Games, Most Mindblowing Sex Ever, One Night Stand, Thrill of the Chase, True Love
Word Count: 30278
Setting: Orlando, Florida
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
Reviews:Mr. McKnight to you! on Amazon wrote:

I need to meet the man behind these books as well as the real people who are the characters...I think I'm subconsciously in a relationship with Keston and I don't know if that is a good thing or bad but Jaxon's writing is so spot on. I can't get enough. I wish he would release a new book or 2 every month.

K. Wright on Amazon wrote:

Keston, you're a hypocrite, but you might get a pass under the circumstances. I believe Phoenix has changed, but his character is questionable. Very good story. The characters are developing nicely. Looking forward to the 9th.

John W. Mack on Amazon wrote:

This book is wonderful because it showcases our characters growing-up and making adult decisions that will have life-long impacts on their future. The realism that Jaxon Grant brought fourth in this installment is indeed thought provoking and emotional because it instills the truth within those pagers that there is consequences and rewards in all of our negative and positive actions. Even though Jaxon brought the drama...he also added a life lesson that is so clear. In essence, every human being has a choice to become bitter or better from any negative situation that's encountered. The ideal choice is to become better and learn from that negative experience and move on in life with wisdom, clarity and peace. In all of Jaxon books, I have taken something away that is so profound and positive. This book is a great lead in for book 9 which is that last installment. Well done, Mr. Grant! Thank you for this great series. I am just sorry that it is ending.


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 LGBTQ+ 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 and Instagram @jaxon_grant. Finally, you can text Jaxon to 88202 to receive new release alerts directly to your phone.


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