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Twisted Affair Vol. 5

Twisted Series

Don’t miss the final installment in the bestselling Twisted Affair series!

I didn’t want to believe it when my PI told me that everything I’d thought I’d known about my wife and my lover was a lie. But he’d had proof. Now I needed to decide what I was going to do with the knowledge I had.

When former playboy Blayne Westmore discovers the horrific secret in Livie Dusek’s past, he knows that he has a choice to make. No matter what he does, however, he knows that someone is going to get hurt.

Livie thought walking away from her husband was the hardest thing she ever had to do. What she doesn’t know is that he now holds information that is going to change everything.

The final installment of M.S. Parker’s Twisted Affair series is here. Find out how the roller coaster ends.



Oh M.S.Parker I really love the twisted web that you weave, I can never get enough of it.

-Dena Munoz,

Way to go M.S. loved this book and the whole series I was so surprised when every thing came out keep up the great work.

-Vickie, Amazon

All I will say is you need to read this series.




I had to be hearing things. It was the only plausible explanation for the insane statement Max had just made.

“There was only one survivor that night. Katka Dusek died with her parents.”

The words echoed in my mind as I stared at the newspaper article on the desk in front of me. I’d hired the private investigator to find the Dusek twins after they’d both left me, each one saying they wanted me to be happy with the other one. My wife, Livie. My lover, Katka.

Only now, the PI was telling me that Katka was…dead. He was trying to convince me she’d been dead for sixteen years.

It wasn’t possible. I could see her in my mind’s eye. Tall, slender, model-gorgeous. Curls the color of caramel. Dark green eyes full of love. I could feel her body, her skin against my palms, the weight of her breasts in my hands. She was real. How could he say she was dead?

“Mr. Westmore,” Max said my name for the third time. “I know this must be a shock for you.”

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