The Friends and Family Connection: Get Unplugged
$19.99
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Genre: Fiction
Publisher: XLIBRIS
Publication Year: 2013
ASIN: 1479765813
ISBN: 1479765813
Chloe Daniels who is recently retired from the Navy lands a position as a property manager at a private held property management company, On-Time Management. At the company, she finds out managing property is not the only thing on the agenda. Chloe quickly becomes friends with Anita Johnston. Anita ...
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Chloe Daniels who is recently retired from the Navy lands a position as a property manager at a private held property management company, On-Time Management. At the company, she finds out managing property is not the only thing on the agenda. Chloe quickly becomes friends with Anita Johnston. Anita is an undercover Drug Enforcement Agent (DEA) who is hot on the trail of a known drug lord, Gabrielle. After being fired from the company, Chloe and Anita become closer while Chloe dedicates more time to her writing career. Gabrielle, a young attractive Latino is busy seducing the owner of the company and expanding her portfolio. She has everyone around her finger, the boss, his sister, and the drug cartel. After things begin to heat up, she quickly relocates to Washington, D.C. Once in D.C. she becomes reacquainted with her long, lost sister. While Chloe is off, an unexpected relative turns up, Ellen. Chloe and Ellen are first cousins, but they were more like sisters. During Chloe’s childhood she was molested by her mother’s ex-husband and it was Ellen’s goal to avenge her attacker. Upon Ellen’s visit, Chloe quickly discovers Ellen has an unforgivable secret. The story quickly unravels once Ellen is apprehended, the company falls apart, and Gabrielle’s twin sister begin working together. This story is a frank look at a young woman’s transition to the workforce after being in the military. She quickly finds out the civilian sector is full of complications and trials. Friends and Family are not trustworthy or always thinking in your best interest. Chloe discovers it is best to have a back-up plan in mind.

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