Benita Renee Jenkins 2: Boxing Rings and Cages (Paperback)

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Benita Renee Jenkins 2: Boxing Rings and Cages (Paperback)

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Benita’s sixth sense is a blessing and a curse. Her first assignment with a secret Domestic Terrorism Crime Unit finds that intuition putting her DTCU partner and her lover in danger…
 


It has been three months since Benita Renee Jenkins completed her first assignment for a secret organization called DTCU, the Domestic Terrorism Crime Unit. When Agent Jenkins meets young boxer Doug Gibson at a local gym in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, her sixth sense kicks in. Benita soon discovers that Doug’s grandmother has been kidnapped by a local gang, and if he ever wants to see her alive again, he must participate in an illegal underground fighting club to pay off a gambling debt owed by his brother Sean. When Agent Miguel Perkins, her boss and lover, warns her to stay clear of any situations not sanctioned by the DTCU, she goes against his command and stops at nothing to solve this case. She will get to the truth, even if it means putting herself and fellow agent Evan Green in the direct line of danger.
Lorisa Bates has always had a zest for telling stories. As a young child, while children her age were playing with dolls, she was developing characters and writing short stories. As she got older, her passion for writing only grew. As an executive working in the film and television industry, she has served as an incubator for developing content and building relationships with producers, writers, directors, and actors. Currently, Lorisa has developed more than 30+ projects, including films, series, and specials. Lorisa's main focus has been to create content that not only uplifts but also inspires and entertains. Benita hopes to serve as a role model for young women of color as they navigate through a world filled with trials and tribulations.

Product Details ISBN: 9781645562665
ISBN-10: 1645562662
Publisher: Urban Renaissance
Publication Date: October 26th, 2021
Pages: 336
Language: English