Samuel Elijah Johnson is back--and his greatest strength now becomes his weakness.

Money is the root of all evil. Or is it?

 

Samuel Elijah Johnson, and up and coming attorney with strict principles is offered a new case a new client, one that will make him face the ultimate temptation: to compromise his values for money and notoriety.

Bobby is on the right path, free of his addictions and trying to fit become a productive member of society. But when obstacles arise and his brother shows up needing his help, will he be able to stay on the right side of the law and resist the temptation to go back to his old life?

Everyone is under the spell of an evil mastermind, a man whose goal goes far beyond stealing some cars and making some quick cash. Only one man knows what that is.

Will Sam be able to keep his principles and save his client? Will Bobby be able to save himself and his brother from Temptation? And who is the evil mastermind anyway and what does he really want?

This crime thriller with a suspenseful twist will keep you guessing until the very last page!

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Samuel Elijah Johnson’s journey ends here!

Samuel Elijah Johnson went to jail and took the time to educate himself. He got his Juris Doctorate and became a lawyer. When he gets out, he can’t help but wonder what is next. In his efforts to help a friend, three worlds collide. Can any of them find Redemption?

Then Sam must face his ultimate challenge. Is being a lawyer about the money and the things he wants? Or is it about his ideals? He’ll find out when he’s faced with Temptation.

Finally, Samuel Elijah Johnson must come face to face with his past. He knew his mother thought he was something he was not, but why? When he faces his final challenge, he’ll have to do one thing to survive: make his Confession.

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