Rhys or Cade?

From the feedback I’ve been getting from readers you are all deciding on whom Des or London should be with.

Cade or Rhys? And why?

I’m Caden Jacob Carrington V. The truth is most men’s salvation, but not for men like me. Politics is my chosen affliction. I lie for a living, or massage the truth to suit me. The one constant about truth is that it’s identical to the theory of relativity: neither uniform nor absolute in the minds of men.

So why is it so important for me to uncover the truth about Desniah Williams, a.k.a. London Brown, when neither will willingly provide facts…

I bide my time, playing the politician while I unravel secrets, and peel back the layers between us. I chase an elusive dream, one I’ve yet to abandon, a life with her.

These are the confessions of a politician. My confessions.



I’m Rhys Christos Edward Stowell, a philanthropist on the verge of exile from a suffocating state of corruption. My lack of conformity to perceived norms has earned me a reputation of being difficult. I rather like it that way.

Beguiled by a woman who uses the oldest profession to torture herself and punish those that love her, I’m ever her dutiful friend.  The rebellious son of an elder in the Church of Christ. A man without direction.

Despite the recent completion of my LL.M (Master of Law) at the University of Cambridge, I’ve yet to set a course in life. No rush either, my life was decided before I was adopted. I will sit in the House of Lords and be the next Earl Stowell. Choices I make are just to pass the time.

These are the confessions of a philanthropist (Bastard son of a Whore). My confessions.

2 Responses to Rhys or Cade?

  1. Rhonda says:

    I haven’t read these books, but I would love to.

  2. admin says:

    Hi Rhonda,

    Thank you for stopping by and your interest in London Brown.


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