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Mom is missing, Dad is literally losing it the longer the two of them are apart, and my brothers arent my brothersor so it seems. Patrick is doing things that remind me of Phil and me. He is just a lost cause because of his luck with women. And me . . . I am torn between two brothers and dont want to choose between the two of them. They both give me something different, and they both love me. I love them too but differently as well. I know it is wrong, but I cant help myself. The passion the three of us generate together is unstoppable, and they know it as well as I do. I am so fucked up and feel that the world wont understand. Nothing is as it seems. I keep remembering. I have been put through hell. It is all because of one manor so I assumeand that is Victor Grant. Even he isnt as he seems. He isnt who he claims to be either. Everything is one big mess. I try to stay one foot ahead of him, but he is always a mile ahead of me. He causes me to break every rule I have in place for myself to keep me grounded when it comes to love, sex, money, life, or whatever, and now the only rules I am playing by is his, not mine. I have to do things that I am not proud of, and I have to make sacrifices that no one my age should have to make. I have to do things that I dont want to, but I am slowly becoming accustomed too and, honestly, enjoying the more I did it. This cat-and-mouse game with Mr. Grant is taking another turn, and I will not stop until I have made sure that my family is back together again. I have to do it for my dad this time, and regardless of what I am up against, I will succeed because I wont stop until he has Mother back in his arms. Failure is not an option. I have gotten Antonio and Dad back home, and now Ill do the same and get Mother backno matter what. I am determined. After all, my name is Philip Eugene Stevens, Storm. And I always get what I want and eventually on my terms.
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About the Author
Steven Paul-Germané was born in Los Angeles, California, on June 28. He is a divorced father of five and commutes between Arlington, Texas, and Fayetteville, Arkansas. He studied computer information systems at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Although he loved to write as a child growing up, writing poems, songs, and manuscripts of numerous books that were stolen when he and his wife moved from a small town in Oklahoma to Fayetteville to continue his education, Mr. Germané didn’t pursue a journalism degree because his writing professors were stagnate at a previous college he attended, causing him to change his mind about his original degree plan, which was writing. Mr. Germané has written several books with seven already published, including this one, and more completed manuscripts are available for publishing in the near future. Night Stalker will be his eighth book published, and then there’re six books left in the Storm series, which will be a total of ten books altogether. He’s also planning a final book in the two-book series of The Paper Boy’s Paper Route and is currently debating whether or not to do a sequel to his very first book, The Barber’s Shop, with a book that he has titled The Barber’s Shop II: Indecent Cuts. Mr. Germané would love to see any of his books made into movies but realizes that due to the nature and graphic depiction of sexual acts between consenting male adults, America may not be ready for them. He’d like to continue to personally thank his ex-wife, Kimberly Bell, and son Kah’Vanti Bell-Phillips for being there for him and understanding that no matter how old you get, you never stop trying to achieve your goals in life and you can do and be anything you want to do or be without restrictions or limitations except for the ones you set for yourself. And never give up regardless of how hard or impossible the tasks or goals are. One last thing—remember that love is unconditional, genderless, and color-blind. There is one voice, one choice, and that’s love.