The Wicked series, a three part trilogy, written by Chicago urban romance novelist, Jennifer Lewis, may be one of the most compelling stories ever written. The series focus on the main character, Savannah Peak, who goes through a number of trials and tribulations.
The author, Jennifer Lewis, is a 26 year old woman, from the south side of Chicago, IL. She graduated from Aurora University in 2012 with a B.A in Business Commerce and Marketing. She is also a member of the Chicago Writers Association, and the books are inspired by her life, and those of family and friends.
In the 1st part of the series, Wicked Loyalties, we are introduced to Savannah and her lover Black. Throughout this novel Savannah learns quite a bit about love and loyalty. She finds herself in a number of compromising situations, from investigating her brother’s violent murder, to being the point of an interesting love triangle. By the end of this read you will find out where Savannah’s heart leads her.
In Wicked Intentions, the 2nd part of this riveting trilogy, Savannah finds herself to be a married mother of one. While her life revolves around being a loving mother and dear wife, Savannah just can’t let go of one thing-her brother's homicide. She continues to question and investigate his murder, leading to her own dangerous fate. From love to betrayal this part of the series keeps you begging for more.
The 3rd part in the series has yet to be released, so if you haven’t had a chance to read the 1st two parts, now is your time to catch up. These quick read novels truly leave you hanging on to the edge of your seat.
The 3rd part of her Wicked Series is set to release the summer of 2016, so keep an eye out for it!
All of her books can be found on Amazon, and through her website, info listed below.
-Wicked Loyalties (March 16th, 2013)
-Wicked Intentions (October 9th 2013)
-The Bastards Are Doing Well: The Inevitable of Being Black and Fatherless According to AJ Jackson (February 23rd 2014)
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