Revenge is always a subject of mine.
Since Stone’s Revenge, I’ve been fascinated by a human’s drive to lose everything to get revenge.
I’m a fighter. I believe in the eye-for-an-eye business. I’m no cheek turner. I got no respect for a man who won’t hit back. You kill my dog, you better hide your cat.
As with all my books, I love to go to the bottom of the human heart and find out the whys. It’s a scary journey, but I take my readers through a depth of pain, sorry and grief.
Through it all, I’ve found revenge is never enough
Even if death is to the victim, the person getting revenge can never feel the relief of satisfaction.
An eye for an eye is never enough. Never, never, never.
We all think if they just do this to their enemy this will be enough and if they just do that.
With that in mind, I bring my reader’s: Malevolent Intentions. I really got behind the scenes on this one because how long can one wait, plan & plot to get what they feel they deserve?
Justice really has nothing to do with revenge. The minute you think justice is coming for them is the minute you’re trying to take Karma’s job and I’ve realized that B***! will come back twenty-fold for that one.
So, what would you do if your cousin took everything you felt you deserve?
Can you let it go? If you had an opportunity to take it back, would you? Or would you move on?
Aaron is faced with this decision and the opportunity to trick his cousin, Mal to leave the business to him and run for his life, by playing a prank on his cousin, comes in his lap.
Yet, how far will Aaron go in order to get the family business only in his hands?
And how far will Mal go to keep what he feels is his?
Revenge is a confession of pain.