Rasheed is a convicted felon. He’s perceived as dangerous, uneducated, and a threat to anyone he encounters.
Aubree is the savvy and beautiful daughter of a C.E.O.
Her job was to help him transition into a productive member of society not to befriend him. However, when she gets to know the real him, she see’s things that no one else sees in him. And when he gets to know the real her, he sees a woman that’s really unhappy under her wide smile, and seemingly perfect life. When an unexpected connection forms between them, they both have a difficult choice to make.
What if you met your soul mate, but they had nothing to offer you except pure and unconditional love? Is that all it would take for you to be happy? They say “Love conquers all.” But sometimes, love alone isn’t enough!
Excerpt from INSTITUTIONALIZED
“Do you honestly think I’m going to sit back and allow some criminal to take advantage of my daughter?”
“Dad, he’s not a criminal…anymore. And you were a criminal once, you seem to forget that.”
“It’s something I NEVER forget.”
“Then you should know how it is for him. How can you judge him when you have the same past as he does?”
“Because he’s not the kind of man I want for my daughter. Now you listen to me, since you can’t seem to do your job…you’re fired!”
“Your only job right now is to make things right with your fiancé. You’re about to become a wife and I suggest you learn what that means. This union is necessary and you will not ruin this family.”
“And if I don’t go through with the wedding?”
“Then your mother and I will disinherit you.”
Interview with L.R. JACKSON
How long have you been writing?
I’ve been writing since I was about 13 but I didn’t publish my first book until I was 37 years old.
What genre do you write?
I write Romance and Romance Suspense.
How many published books do you have?
I have eleven published books in total.
Which book is your favorite?
Institutionalized is my favorite. It’s the most personal and I had so much fun developing Rasheed’s character.
Who are your favorite authors?
Too many to count, but if I had to choose, I would say, Kimberla Lawson Roby, B.M. Hardin, Victoria Christopher Murray, Pepper Winters…okay, let me stop before I get carried away.
Will you ever write full-time?
Yes, the goal is for me to become a full-time writer while transforming my stories into film.
What projects are you working on next?
I’m currently working on my father’s biography titled Victimized by The Feds. I plan to release it by end of September.
Connect with the author:
Facebook: Lewanda Jackson