Author Lynda Filler has created more than a fictional expose of sex for money. Lie to Me explores the world of young men in Puerto Vallarta who have found women and men willing to pay for the pleasure of their company. Caught up in this is Layla Duncan, a writer for a women’s magazine. Fascinated by the men who trade sex for money, she decides … Continue reading Lie To Me: an exposé on sex for money by Lynda Filler
In this second book in the “Jet World” series things get personal for Jet when her baby daughter Hannah is kidnapped. While the trusted babysitter is shopping at the mall little Hannah is practically snatched from under her nose. At the same time a beautiful young woman, Allegra, recently crowned Miss Jalisco, is also kidnapped. The daughter of a well known Mexican judge, a huge … Continue reading “Jet: Abducted” by Lynda Filler
Let me begin by saying I am offended by the very term “anchor baby”. It implies that immigrants come to the United States to have babies so they can remain in the country legally, eventually obtaining citizenship. This is a lot more ridiculous than the average American may realize. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution was adopted on July 9th, 1868. It is one … Continue reading Anchor Babies? Are They REALLY Anchors?