Bourbon and Bliss
Palmer Morel and his girlfriend Corky Kennedy are determined to make Bliss Kennedy’s stay with them in New Orleans something special. While sightseeing on their first day, the beautiful, statuesque Bliss is spotted by director Mickey Zinc, in town shooting scenes for his new movie, who decides Bliss is perfect for a bit part in the movie. After filming a steamy, sexy scene with the star Mark Christopher, Bliss accepts an invitation for her and her two friends to join Mark for a private tour of the French Quarter. Their first stop was at The Pussycat, a private club where, if you had the money, you could buy any sexual depravity you wished. When Corky found the action too overwhelming, Palmer insisted that they leave and visit a nearby nightclub to have a drink to calm down.
That was when the night went from bizarre to dangerous. Drugged with Roofies that were slipped into their drinks by Mark Christopher, Palmer is barely able to get the three of them home. Mark Christopher, frustrated beyond reason, vows to have his revenge. Palmer finds himself calling on all his human decency as he struggles to save the girls and himself from the cruel fate set up by Christopher.
This book gives you a glimpse into a part of New Orleans that is often whispered about, but seldom seen.
The ending of this book will shock you as it did me.