No one is safe. Not when someone wants what you have.
As an heiress to the family fortune, Camille Duffy lives the perfect life. She does work that she loves and travels anywhere she pleases. Beautiful and independent, she makes her own choices – in love and life. At least that’s what the tabloids say.
Tate Rodgers is an ex-Green Beret turned owner of one of the most sought after security firms in the world. He’s hyper diligent and honest to a fault. If you don’t want the truth, don’t ask him. And don’t get on the wrong side of him. He will rip your tonsils from your throat.
They’ve been hooking up for a couple years now. Hot sex. Good friends. But busy schedules keep the hook ups far and few between.
Then a perfect day leads to disaster which leads to a fight for their lives.
Can one man stop an army?
Or will the jungles of Colombia claim another victim?
Badass: Jungle Fever Book Two is the newest novella of the Badass series from best-selling authors Leslie Johnson and Elle Dawson. You may want to read Badass: The Complete Series as well to better understand the history of Tate and Camille. It’s free in KU and only .99 for a limited time. Intended for a mature audience, 18+.
Leslie is a California native but recently moved to Arizona after a stint in Arkansas. She enjoys travel and being with friends.
She is an avid reader of many genres, but prefers romances with travel or thriller themes. She loves writing about strong women and strong men because the world needs both!
Sharing ones thoughts on paper is an intimate experience, and should not be taken lightly. Some days I fear this process, as my mind can be a scary place to dwell. Other days I realize I’m not alone in this journey, and although the very action of expelling ones deepest thoughts onto paper is intensely personal, it is deeply healing. Funny how that works.
I will continue to write as Elle Dawson, and be a mom, sister, daughter and friend in my real life. I’ll enjoy the beauty of Tennessee and read books that take me away or speed up my heart. When I’m not writing them.