In the final installment of his immensely popular Million Dollar trilogy, #1 Essence bestselling author RM Johnson delivers a juicy and shocking conclusion that his throngs of fans will never forget.
Picking up where The Million Dollar Deception left off, Freddy Ford knocks on Nate Kenny’s door, storms into the house, and shoots both Nate and his ex-wife Monica. But he doesn’t stop there—Freddy manages to escape with little Nathaniel, Nate and Monica’s adopted son.
Though Nate is expected to survive the brutal attack, Monica is left in a coma. When Lewis Waters—Freddy’s best friend and Layla’s actual father—visits the hospital to see Monica, Nate bargains with him: if Lewis can get Freddy arrested, Nate will give him back his little girl. Meanwhile, Daphanie Coleman, the woman Nate had planned to marry before he sought revenge on Monica, rushes to Nate’s side. By chance, she meets Lewis while visiting Monica’s bedside, and the two devise a plan to both get what they want.
The crazed conclusion of Johnson's Million Dollar trilogy opens with a literal bang. Freddy Ford shoots millionaire Nate Kenny and Nate's ex-wife, Monica, at Nate's Chicago mansion and kidnaps Nate's three-year-old adopted son, Nathaniel. The reason? Nate reneged on rewarding him for his part in a blackmail scheme that led to the arrest of Freddy's best friend, Lewis Waters, in the previous book, The Million Dollar Deception. Lewis was getting too cozy with Monica, whom Nate is eager to remarry. As a result of their serious gunshot wounds, Nate and Monica (who's in a coma) miss Lewis's hearing, at which he's set free. In a weird twist of fate, Lewis agrees to help Nate find Freddy, who's holding Nathaniel for $5 million ransom, if Nate will do Lewis a favor. Meanwhile, Nate's spurned lover, Daphanie Coleman, pregnant with another man's child, plots her revenge. The rushed ending suggests the duplicitous Nate could return to commit further mischief in a sequel.
Slow at first, but the story picks up in the middle. Can't wait to read the next book, and find out if Nate gets what he deserves!
I read all 3 million dollar novels and I have to say I could hardly put it down, however I really wanted Nate and Monica to work it out. Great book, I was a huge fan of the Harris novels
Million $$ Demise
RM Johnson ends the series with a bang! Definitely kept me flipping pages through the night! =)