🥀🔥“MATURE AUDIENCES “18YRS🥀🔥
🥀🍾THE PASSAGE FROM DECADENCE COLLECTION 2ND EDITION DEBUTS, WITH NEW SOPHISTICATED ELEGANCE & POWERFUL STORYLINE! THE FILM NOIR WITHIN A BOOK🥀🍾
NEVER FORGET: “ILLUSIONS ARE VERY DANGEROUS PEOPLE…THEY HAVE NO FLAWS …(Sabrina the movie). That said… be careful of loving betwixt and between the laws of reason and the laws of attraction… very careful!
FROM THE BOOKS THAT BEGAN A JOURNEY & FOLLOWING…
THE FILM NOIR SAGA WITHIN A BOOK🥀
Wow…nothing could be further from the truth, when it came to Sergeant First Class Stella-Ann’s state of mind and play….
This is a harrowing tale of possession and territorial conflict; psychological guerilla warfare; lust; love, and of course unfathomable “jealous mean girl” revenge….
However, never forget that justice is never a substitute for revenge. Stella-Ann in no way was ever confused about that….
Justice cut deeper; it ran further, stretching its hand like a priest over every service of human response, inclinations, and more. Justice was payback and restitution, sort of an all-in-one package deal…
Stella-Ann would often sigh quietly to herself, but this is just what was needed, justice. There would be enough time at the table to unleash her wrath and, as with any dish of revenge, she knew it would have to be served up ice cold!
That being the case, then what was with this Persian Gulf and Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran deepest and darkest fear…
What was it about Master Bart’s California King Bed, that made the hairs on the back of Stella’s neck…stand a full attention?
WHAT THE DAMNATION!
Hailing from Stockbridge, Georgia, J.Z. Luciano is a multi-genre author/writer. A Business Law and Economics undergraduate alumna of Mississippi Valley State University, Troy State University, and Auburn University at Montgomery, she also is proud to be an honorable veteran of the United States Army. In addition, Ms. Luciano is an Operation Just Cause and Persian Gulf veteran. Her eyes have seen and experience a great deal of the world, to say the least. The author and veteran performed most of her military duty as a communications instructor, and ceremonial detail for fallen soldiers. Hers’ was an extraordinary military career.
Ms. Luciano’s diverse and dynamic worldview was shaped by her early life experiences. At age five, she lived abroad with her parents when her father, a Staff Sergeant with the U.S. Army, was stationed in Europe. During August of 1968—the same year that Russia invaded the Czech Republic—Ms. Luciano was a schoolgirl in neighboring Germany, studying in military education programs. Seeing the world through the lens of these experiences and realities became powerful writing tools for Ms. Luciano, spurring her to develop her talents as a novelist and writer.
Early in her life, her passion for literature sparked her creative mind. As a youngster, Ms. Luciano discovered her love of writing through her love of reading. The classic book A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens truly inspired her writer’s soul, igniting the flame that began her long-term relationship with pen to paper. By the age of fourteen, Ms. Luciano’s writing journey began to shift into high gear with short stories, poetry, and school plays.