Midnight Crew by Kaylene Rose

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"In her debut novel, author Kaylene Rose borrows liberally from the movies for a fast-paced erotic thriller that ends on an unsettling note...What it can’t find is a successful resolution. The author introduces a stalker that frequently threatens to rape Maritsa, but the storyline never concludes."
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Maritsa Mendez has always been a lighthearted and adventurous type of girl. Her first adventure was she was but four years old and was literally dragged across the border; she was chased by the border police and had to endure punishing days and nights running for her life. After arriving to the United States, she vowed that she would never be afraid of the night because no night could be scarier than those life-wrenching nights she had to endure. No, the night would be her bitch from then on out. She also vowed to protect her mother as her mother had protected her and her older brothers. As Maritsa grew up, she found herself being quite rambunctious and fell in love with Jessie Benning—an almost six-and-a-half-foot tall, blue-eyed Adonis with PTSD. He was just her brand of drug. With their hobby of street racing with their group Midnight Crew, life was getting a bit dangerous; fights, shootings and close calls with the police were just the tip of the iceberg. And when another street racing crew shows up, bloody and bruised knuckles were the least of their concerns. But they were not the only trouble they had to deal with; Maritsa had also unwillingly acquired a psychotic stalker who kept her and everyone else on edge. Regardless of all the drama surrounding them, life was falling into place; but when a terrible accident happened and with Maritsa's stalker still on the loose, life as she knew it was about to crash and burn.
 

About Kaylene Rose

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Writing has always been a part of me; it just took me a while to realize this. I won second place in state when I was in seventh grade for an article about immigration and the effects that it has on families. Since then, I kept little notes and diaries of different life events--things I've seen and dreams I've had. What helps me write is my overactive imagination, my nightly dreams, and the way I can take experiences from, not just my life, but others. I am very perceptive to the world around me--how a single emotion can burn someone to the ground or lift them to new heights they never thought possible, how one moment to the next could be your first or your last. I have been working on my first book Midnight Crew for some time now; I want it to be as adventurous and wild as it has played out in my head. I have always loved to tell stories, and now I can share them. My family and friends are my greatest motivators and are already my biggest fans. I live in Colorado with my family. I have two daughters--Avaya, aged seven and Arianna aged four. We have a small dog named Moto, and I have a wonderful, supporting husband, James, who I have been married to for five years. I serve in the Colorado National Guard, and I am proud to serve my country and state.
 
Published December 22, 2014 by Xlibris. 223 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Mar 09 2015

"In her debut novel, author Kaylene Rose borrows liberally from the movies for a fast-paced erotic thriller that ends on an unsettling note...What it can’t find is a successful resolution. The author introduces a stalker that frequently threatens to rape Maritsa, but the storyline never concludes."

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