A Savage Valentine In Brooklyn

By Tina. Marie

When Jenesai met Javin, she was not impressed. His sexy looks turned her on, but his attitude quickly overshadowed his looks. Trying her best to avoid him, he just wouldn’t give up on making her his girl. Just when it seemed like Javin was doing everything right, Jenesai would get the Valentine’s Day surprise of a lifetime.
Just when he found out how evil a woman really could be, Jenesai entered his life and stole his heart. He tried to give Jenesai everything she could want, but money couldn’t buy the things she desired. When his past catches up to his future, will he and Jenesai’s love stand a chance? Will innocent bystanders get hurt? Find out in this Valentine’s Novella!

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About the Author

Aside from being an author with the infamous Cole Hart Presents, Tina Marie whose real name is Tina Marie Turner is a mother of two, a Nineteen-year-old daughter and an Eight-year-old son all while climbing the professional ranks with 5LINX Enterprises, where she supports the companies’ top earners. When asked what she would tell her readers in reference to them following their own dreams, she said, “When following your dreams, realize from the start it will be a difficult journey. Dreams are built over time with hard work, persistence, sweat and many tears.” Tina Marie didn’t always have it easy. Originally from Kingston, Jamaica she came to New York as a child and grew up in extreme poverty. As a teenager, she put herself through college while having her daughter at a young age and working two full-time jobs. Tina now has an A.A in Humanities and Social Science and a B.A. in English Literature with a teaching degree and will be finished with her Masters in International Business in 2016. When asked about her own dreams Tina lets us know she wrote and re-wrote her first novel, changing the title, the chapters, and even the content several times. In fact, an entire chapter, the first one was re-written just one day before it went to the printer. However, she pressed on. Tina states, “My dreams did not come to me. I had to come to them. To all of my readers, go get your dreams.”

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