Breakup and revenge: the deadly ire of a jilted man - Todd Hicks - ebook
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Who was Hector Carasco? A man you wouldn't want to cross, he was a 25-year old Hispanic man in Tempe, Arizona who increasingly developed a thirst for getting a permanent relationship with a lady. While using an online dating website, he complained, "I can't find a woman to be in my life. Heck, I can't even..."

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Todd Hicks

Breakup and revenge: the deadly ire of a jilted man

This is a romance mini novel about a man who dates a pretty lady until she eventually dumps him in cold fashion after she gets tired of dating an unemployed man. Becoming angry about this, he decides to order the death of any man who dates his former lover from this point on out of jealousy. After some of the lady’s new lovers are eliminated, she is warned she puts her own life in peril by continuing to have dates. She must stay on the move and look over her shoulders while trying to have romance. This book is for all ages.BookRix GmbH & Co. KG80331 Munich

About the book

After a man and woman meet, they go out with one another. Eventually tired of dating the unemployed guy, she coldly dumps him. Incensed, he becomes a threat to any other man who dates the woman. 

 

Finally, the spurned lover tells the woman he'll murder her along with the next guy she dates. The characters in this book are fictional and any similarity between them and actual people is purely coincidental.

 

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Breakup and revenge: the deadly ire of a jilted man

Chapter One

 

Who was Hector Carasco? A man you wouldn't want to cross, he was a 25-year old Hispanic man in Tempe, Arizona who increasingly developed a thirst for getting a permanent relationship with a lady.

 

While using an online dating website, he complained, “I can’t find a woman to be in my life. Heck, I can’t even get a date over the Internet. This is so frustrating.”

 

Next, he turned off his laptop computer and left his apartment.

 

Appreciating the gorgeous weather, he mentally said, “Ah, it’s nice and sunny today.”

 

After crossing the street that ran in front of his apartment complex, he walked along a sidewalk that bustled with heavy pedestrian traffic in front of many storefronts.

 

As a beautiful white lady bumped into him and dropped the purse she had strapped around her left shoulder, she said, “Pardon me. I’m so sorry.”

 

“That’s okay. The pleasure is all mine,” Hector assured her as he helped pick up the items that fell out – they included lipstick, a cell phone, dollar bills and facial tissue.

 

After the lady had everything put back in her purse, she told Hector, “That was so sweet of you. Thank you so much.”

 

He acknowledged, “You’re welcome. May I walk you to your destination?” “Yes,” replied the lady.

 

The strangers had a meaningful conversation while walking on the sidewalk.

 

After they reached the place the lady was working at a few minutes later, Hector looked into her green eyes, brought the back of her right hand up to kiss it and said, “You are so pretty and refined.”

 

“You’re a gentleman and a terrific flirt,” returned his new companion.

 

Developing the need for an introduction, Hector offered, “My name is Hector Carasco. What’s yours?”

 

“Heather Frosty,” answered the lady.

 

Hector: “I would love to see you again. What’s your telephone number?”

 

Heather: “It’s 555-3489.”

 

Hector: “Thank you very much. I’ll get back in touch with you very soon.”

 

Heather: “I look forward to it, handsome.”

 

Hector: “As do I, pretty lady.”

 

Hector resumed his walk, reflecting on his chance encounter.

 

“That is one sweet, intelligent, beautiful lady. I can’t wait to call her soon and hopefully score a date with her,” he thought.

 

Heather felt romantically interested herself as she took the elevator to her office on the third floor.

 

“Wow! That is one special gentleman I just bumped into. I hope he calls me like he said he would,” she thought.

 

The next day, Heather’s telephone rang while she was cooking dinner. “Hello,” she said as she answered the phone.

 

Hector: “Hello. Is Heather there?”

 

Heather: “Speaking.”

 

Hector: “Hey, gorgeous! I’m calling just like I said I would. How have you been doing?”

 

Heather: “I had a great day today.”

 

Hector: “Awesome! What happened?”

 

Heather: “I received high praise from my boss for the client contract I handled then got a promotion.”

 

Hector: “Congratulations! I’m happy for you.”

 

The two continued talking a while longer.