Never Ever Say Yes

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 441 pages
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Prisoners of fate
Are held captive by the chains of destiny

Beautiful Lara Sopiton died in a Lagos cell and resurrected a few weeks later on the streets of London. But her ordeals have just begun. From London to Jerusalem, Venice, Rome, Zurich, Santo Domingo. She had to fight back against the likes of Gino Galvani - a smooth Italian operator who didn't know the difference between business and pleasure; and Eniola Bamisi - the multi-talented billionaire kingpin of an international syndicate whose vision is to lure young girls as gullible vectors to carry the cocaine campaign across the Atlantic.

'There's a high-level power game going on. A powerful baron and influential political figure is the great tempest turning the giant mill at a very volatile velocity. He is reputed to have houses across the waterfronts of Europe and recently honey-mooned young and beautiful Lara along the sharp edges of the asymmetrical folds of the Alps.'

 

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