The Grand Hotel

Louis successful life is deceiving. His wife Pearl is still haunted by the sins of her youth. Yet something strange is brewing at the Grand Isle Gala; suddenly rivals desire for power takes an ugly turn. Can Louis La Cour discover the truth before it’s too late?
Is love more destructive than hate?
Discover what will happen amidst the glamour & glitter of the Annual Gala. More
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About J. A. Jackson

J. A. Jackson, a romantic at heart, drew from her many experiences dating in the San Francisco Bay Area to come up with a series with lively plot ideas with a surreal twist which captures the fabulous crowd of loveable geeks as they encounter jealousy, betrayal, outrageous behavior, heartbreak, and romance.
She lives in an enchanted little house she calls home outside of Oakland, California, with her husband and Big Sally, an American scent hound. She comes from a family rich in story tellers. She spent over ten years working in the non-profit sector where she wrote grants, press releases and contributed many stories to their newsletter. She was their Newsletter editor for over ten years. She loves growing roses, a good pot of hot tea, chocolate, magical stories, suspense stories, ghost stories, and reading Jane Austen again and again in her past time.

About the Series: The Saga of the La Cour Family!
“The Grand Hotel” is a captivating saga about the lives of several families who become intriguingly interconnected as the plot unfolds. By the end of the story, the one family that will capture your attention is the “La Cour” family.  The family members in this family are complete, multi-faceted and chillingly realistic.  This family is completely unpredictable and brings even more sensually sizzling, intensely steamy romance, drama, betrayal, and mayhem in Lovers, Players & The Seducers, Book I and Book II. 

Book III is in the works! 

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