Devil in Disguise

Devil in Disguise is the first English book I wrote. And for a while it embarrassed me. But if I learned something over 5 years of writing, that is to stand up for what I’ve worked hard to complete.

So here’s the first two pages of this book.

β€œYoung Master!” one of three approaching men called out.

β€œDamn!” Benjamin sprinted down the hallway, away from the group wearing tuxedos.

His parents suddenly decided they needed a family vacation and invited him. He agreed and went with them for a β€œtropical getaway.” He flew from England to the Philippines just to find himself trapped in one of their schemes.

β€œBoss, what’s going on?” one of his men, Grayson, asked as Benjamin turned the corner.

Grayson wore faded jeans, an off-white shirt, and a red sport headband.

Benjamin smirked and grabbed him by the shoulders. β€œGrayson, good timing. Take your clothes off.” Grayson was the only one of his men that matched his height and body size; they were both just above six feet tall.

Grayson looked around. β€œB-Boss? But we’re . . . in a hotel hallway.”

β€œI don’t care. Strip!” Benjamin commanded. β€œQuickly!” he added when Grayson reluctantly reached for his collar.

β€œYes, boss!” Grayson said, and within the next few seconds he stood in front of Benjamin wearing nothing but underwear, then went pale when Benjamin pulled down his slacks in one motion. β€œBoss, s-sorry but even if you’re g-good l-looking, I can’t–”

Benjamin smacked Grayson’s head and picked up his jeans. β€œYou better not be thinking I have an interest in you.”

β€œN-No, of course not, boss,” Grayson answered, relieved that Benjamin didn’t have that in mind. β€œBut why are you wearing my clothes?”

Benjamin continued to change into Grayson’s clothes. β€œEnough questions. Hurry and put on my clothes. Now, wear my cap and give me your headband.”


β€œDo you really want me to repeat myself?”

β€œNo, boss.” Grayson tore his headband off and gave it to Benjamin, who wore it at an angle across his head, yet it strangely looked fine.

β€œListen to me, Grayson. When Jed, Martin, and Galen show up, head in the opposite direction and act like you’re me.” Benjamin gave one more look down the hallway, then pushed off the wall. 

β€œWhy, boss? Where are you going?”

β€œOut of here!”

β€œBut then who will go to the meeting?”

β€œCan’t you tell who’s going? Look at what you’re wearing!”

β€œYoung master, stay where you are!”

β€œOh, shit!” Grayson looked down and realized what he’d done. With no choice left, he ran to the left hallway as fast as he could, pushing every door he passed until he found an unlocked one. He entered the room, pulled his gun out, and pointed it at the couple in the bed, who seemed to be talking before he disturbed them.

β€œI’ll be out soon, so shut up and don’t make any noise. And don’t dare make any fast moves, or I’ll blow your brains out.”

The terrified couple silently nodded and hugged each other.

β€œGood.” He put his gun down and sighed.

Will his dark secrets tear them apart from their fated love?

Devil in Disguise paperback and eBook is available at

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29 thoughts on “Devil in Disguise

  1. Writing a book is a very big accomplishment that she never be underappreciated or ignored.
    You put days and hours over a long period of time when you could have been doing something
    else. But you plowed through; determined and inspired, to complete this work.

    That alone deserves applause.

      1. Most people never publish anything. You should be proud of your accomplishment. We all want to get better, but you have to start somewhere!

  2. This is an interesting beginning✨😍. That’s only less pages βœ¨βœ¨πŸ€— I’ll surely try reading that. Have a wonderful day βœ¨πŸ’πŸ€—

      1. I feel you are in full spirit to promote your works didn’t uπŸ˜‰βœ¨ because that’s really Good! Try celebrities too I would suggest, they promote a book easily..

        1. Well, I practically never promote in my blog which is a bit strange. After all I’m here to entertain πŸ˜‰
          I’m not influence enough to know celebrities. Shame because I’ll be selling their autograph photos πŸ˜‚

          1. πŸ˜‰ you are not alone, there are many authors around like you. I was thinking why you are not promoting your works ☺️ I get your point πŸ˜‰πŸ‘ Have a wonderful week πŸ€—βœ¨πŸ’

  3. You shouldn’t be embarrassed. You should be proud because reading the first two pages, I found it very interesting. I enjoyed reading it and I would love to read the whole book! Good luck with writing more!

  4. Very intriguing first chapter, Jessica.

    Starts out like what could be a gay porn story πŸ˜‚ and quickly turns into an action thriller with somebody pointing a gun at a couple in bed (interrupting a straight porn story 🀣) .

    I absolutely love the cover of your book. ❀

    So if one can judge a book by its cover, I’d say you’ve got a good book on your hands.

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