Game’s Over: And Justice for All
Winston’s decision to join forces with Roderick Kingston was carefully planned. He could not get the picture of his mother’s face out of his mind. He knew, he would avenge the man, who had beaten his mother. However, he had to play the game carefully and find a way to expose Kingston, for who he really is. Winston Forester is a professional wrestler and model who takes on the world’s famous wrestling promoter. When Winston teams up with Elliot Sparks, he enters a world full of lies and mayhem, but what he didn’t know, was the game he was about to play was going to unravel not only Kingston for who he is, but a secret that has been buried for seventeen years old. Winston has become a liability to the organization and a plan has been formed to destroy him. In the ring, Winston must find a way to beat his opponent. “Game’s Over,” draws the reader into a world full of mystery, deception, love, sex and abuse of power.
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