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A Loser's Game

A Loser's Game

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Published by Lance
Johnny Knox is the teenage child of a welfare mom, who became pregnant with him as a result of being raped at the age of thirteen. He meets a woman, slightly older than he is, and they fall in love and get married. He begins to work himself out of the culture of poverty he was raised in, while his scheming wife, Danielle, attempts to blackmail his biological father, who is the owner of a successful business.

Danielle’s blackmail scheme backfires and results in Johnny’s mother and her boyfriend being killed. Meanwhile, Danielle becomes pregnant with another man’s child and the man persuades her to leave Johnny to come live with him. Johnny is disillusioned and heartbroken, and the story ends with him choking Danielle to death.
Johnny Knox is the teenage child of a welfare mom, who became pregnant with him as a result of being raped at the age of thirteen. He meets a woman, slightly older than he is, and they fall in love and get married. He begins to work himself out of the culture of poverty he was raised in, while his scheming wife, Danielle, attempts to blackmail his biological father, who is the owner of a successful business.

Danielle’s blackmail scheme backfires and results in Johnny’s mother and her boyfriend being killed. Meanwhile, Danielle becomes pregnant with another man’s child and the man persuades her to leave Johnny to come live with him. Johnny is disillusioned and heartbroken, and the story ends with him choking Danielle to death.

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A Loser’s GameA NovelWord Count: 52,107Written by:Lance Nalley901 Lincoln Road #10 Yuba City, CA 95991(530)673-1359
lancenalley@yahoo.com
 
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Chapter 1 Johnny Knox was not the kind of kid most would believe a woman like Daniellewould fancy. He was too young, too poor, and too skinny. So when Danielle walked in thatnight, no one would ever have guessed what hell would come to be paid as she set hereye on the young man. Johnny was the quiet melancholy sort. He was a kid that might be noticedbecause of his look - dark and grungy - but would never bring attention to himself bybeing loud or obtrusive. In a crowd, Johnny hung towards the margins, keeping in theshadows just outside the action. He wasn’t afraid, just wary. He had developed a habit of watching and listening while others talked and moved. He lingered around the fringe,studying people. Johnny was 17 when he met Danielle that night. She was 21. He had come to theparty that night looking for girls, as teenage boys will do, and that objective had beenreached. But Danielle was an impatient and controlling woman who wasn’t about to waitfor anyone else to make the first move. She always knew what she wanted, and whenshe saw it she took it. So she didn’t wait for Johnny to find her, she found him.Danielle saw Johnny hanging around the beer keg, and she liked what she saw. Hewas a little taller than average and gangly, but she kind of liked gangly. What reallyturned her on, though, was the muscle definition in his arms, the dark and brooding eyesthat watched constantly, and, of course, the good size bulge in the front of his pants. Hewas leaning against the kitchen counter with his feet crossed in front of him, and thisposition put that bulge right out there for all to see, and she was seeing and enjoying.Danielle knew men liked her. She was no beauty queen, but she knew she lookedpretty good. She could hold her own in competition with average girls in the looksdepartment, but there was more to her than looks. What turned men on the most abouther was an attitude that emanated from her anytime there was a man in the room. It
 
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didn’t matter whether it was a good-looking young man or an ugly old farmer with a beergut, a switch was involuntarily tripped in her soul and sex flowed from her pores.Everyone in the room could see it, and men could feel it.She had one physical attribute that was extraordinary: she had very large breasts.And she knew better than anyone what those breasts could do. She knew there weremen who would risk life and limb to make love to a large breasted woman, even if the restof her is the embodiment of repugnance. Those billowy icons of femininity can inspiresmall-minded men to great extremes of valor and foolishness. That was the maleweakness that gave her power over them, and it was the one attribute that gave her anadvantage over most women.Danielle walked to the kitchen where Johnny was standing, never taking her eyesfrom him. He had noticed her and he saw she was coming his way, but he never wouldhave believed she had her sites set on him.“Hello there,” Danielle said as she reached out and touched Johnny’s rippledforearm. “Would you mind pouring me a beer?” The stereo speakers blasted the music of some obscure rock and roll band so loudshe had to yell to be heard. Johnny looked up at her silently, studying her face for a moment before answering.“Sure. You want a mug or a cup?” he yelled back.A cup will do. I wouldn’t want to break anything.”Danielle unabashedly stared at Johnny’s crotch for a few seconds as she answeredhis question, and he could not help but notice.He was not sure whether to be embarrassed or flattered. He had never seen awoman doing that before and was not sure exactly how he was supposed to react. But itseemed his penis knew how to react, because it did not hesitate to show its approval. Hequickly stood up and surreptitiously rearranged himself, hiding his involuntary approval of her admiration.

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