Jaye Frances has announced the release of "Betrayed," the first book in the new “World Without Love” series. In a striking departure from her previous work, the author injects her signature intellectual appeal to the emerging and popular erotica suspense genre that combines unexpected plot twists with adult sexual situations.
When asked where the idea for the series came from, Jaye Frances said,“In many parts of the world, the buying and selling of sex is an acceptable practice a regular part of established commerce. This concept became the basis of a story about a young American woman struggling to escape her life of virtual captivity, and in the process, discovers her own strength and power.”
"Betrayed" is set in contemporary times and centers around the main character, Jewel a twenty-one-year-old girl who marries an ex-Navy officer seven years her senior. After saying goodbye to friends and family in California, the couple begins traveling the world in search of new adventures. Two years later, Jewel has everything going for her a handsome husband, a promising future, and lots of time to explore an island paradise she now calls home. But when a group of strangers accompanies her husband home for a friendly game of poker, her life becomes a nightmare of deceit and betrayal.
“With true-to-life characters, terrific dialogue, and a realistic crafting of setting, Jaye Frances confirms her reputation as a master storyteller, weaving an intense, sensual, and often heart-wrenching tale that spans two continents with intrigue, money, and power. A riveting mix of sex, deception, and pulse-racing plot twists . . . Betrayed is an erotic roller-coaster of suspense.” NUSA SUN
The “World Without Love” series continues with a December 2015 release of book two,"Reunion," followed by the third installment,'Redemption,' in March 2016.
Jaye Frances’ other books include "The Beach," a sci-fi supernatural tale about the possibilities and horror of wishful thinking; "The Kure," a paranormal-occult romance novel; "The Possibilities of Amy," a coming-of-age story about first love; and "Love Travels Forever," a collection of poignant short stories. Jaye readily admits her life’s journey has been the result of an open mind and a curiosity about all things irreverent, and she invites visitors to her website with the following caveat: “Be forewarned, my life has not followed the traditional path of homemaker, wife, and mother.”
"Betrayed" is available from Amazon in both paperback and e-book format. For more information about Jaye Frances or "Betrayed," visit her website at jayefrances.com