Olivia Takes a Risk, A Trip to Las Vegas Turns Dangerous

Because such people are master manipulators, they are often charming and well-liked, at least on a superficial level. They may feign interest and compassion for a short time, but that façade wears off quickly, and it becomes clear that they only really care about themselves. [Psychology Today]

THERE ARE times in a person’s life where a change must be made.
Olivia Stark is about to make her move.

Off to Las Vegas she goes.

Olivia takes a risk and gets entangled in a psychological maze. Her past rushes through to bring identification with a malevolent force so unhinged she threatens everything Olivia has worked for…

A brief excerpt from Olivia’s Turn.

Mind games start. Torment becomes the seduction.

Olivia Stark was the highest paid teen actress in Hollywood. Not anymore.

A trip to Las Vegas turns upside down when Olivia becomes privy to a secret… and events combust in a way no one expected.

A bombshell opens a hatch for Olivia to spy into the deep recesses of an eerie past.

It begins at a film industry charity event in Sin City drawing big-name producers, including Vivika James, the first African American woman producer to slay Hollywood. Olivia is convinced she holds the secret to her future.

So, she makes a choice which catches her in a treacherous maze of deceit, mistaken identity and diabolical mind games.

Olivia’s life put on the line by her own choices.

Enter Jeremy Durant, a transplanted Los Angeles lawyer who dropped out of the partnership racket to work at Slaten’s Premier Hotel and Casino on the Strip. Olivia convinces Jeremy of an outlandish prospect, which leads her into darkness.

But what makes someone snap?

Olivia Stark doesn’t consider the risks she takes. She goes after what she wants willing to pay the price.

How far would you go to get what you want?

Be careful with this one.


Publisher’s Note: This is an intense psychological thriller with narcissistic daughter-mother relationships set in a provocative drama. Trigger warning.