"The glory will always go to the hunter until the lion learns to speak," is an African Proverb that pretty much defines this eclectic trilogy of freestanding stories. While their storylines are dissimilar, the thread which ties them together is one which unravels itself in Book I of the series, C.C. LaVoix's Truth Based on Fiction. In TBoF, author B.G. Evans attempts to find her voice through her alter ego, Carmen Caruthers. Being one of many characters which Evans spawned decades ago, Evans chose Caruthers to host this dark and twisted whodunit about a Detroit native writer who discovers that the characters and events of her age old writings have surfaced in mainstream erotica—claimed to be the brainchild of amateur writers and two of their most championed stories. Setting out to write the wrong, through Caruthers Evans gives her painstaking account of the circumstances which revealed the plagiarism of her two championed stories and the fictitious result of what happens as she struggles to find her voice and tell the world. Books I & II are those championed stories. From The Lion's Voice, enjoy!
Meet the 90's something version of the light eyed, most eligible bachelor—the domineering and possessive megalomaniac who holds on to everything tightly…especially his woman. Oh, and his name just happens to be…Christian. A follow-up to the whodunit in Book I, look closely at A Trilogy of Sorts' Book II, Stranglehold. See from where the plagiarists first stole and others were first inspired.
"Your ploy had nothing to do with trying to show yourselves as true writers or even distorting my stories into becoming one of the fastest-selling books in history with numbers sold nearing a hundred million…the masterpiece you were expecting—the perfect cyber crime of the 21st century."
By all means, don't give E.L. James too much credit.