Deborah Jaqson

As a child, Deborah Jaqson always knew that she had creative abilities. Having developed a real passion for entertainment, she became involved in performing arts as an amateur actress.

Raised by a devout, born-again Christian, her mother did not encourage her use of her artistic talents, as acting was considered in the church to be “of the world.” In July of 1987, after completing a course in performing arts course, Deborah auditioned and joined a stage musical, without gaining her mother’s consent. Her mother finally approved, however, once she saw the performance.

Deborah began writing short stories, rap lyrics and plays when she was twelve years old. After raising a family, she continued to write. Eventually, she and her family moved to Spain. While living in a small, claustrophobic village, she began writing once again. Her first novel, Fixing John a Drink, was completed in January of 2006, followed by the erotic Two-Play.

Not comfortable with writing only one book at a time, she managed to squeeze in a few children’s books, which were inspired by her youngest child. Currently, she is completing a third romance novel.

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Tyrone Jones, a twenty-eight-year-old black man who lives in West London, is good-looking, ambitious and very independent. In Tyrone’s view, life is great. All he now desires is the perfect woman by his side. His libido comes into conflict with his heart and head when he meets Saffron, a sexy, light-skinned woman, who works in the same building. Shortly, a love affair between Tyrone and Saffron commences: an affair that proves both extraordinarily passionate and deeply tender.

Will Tyrone change from “playa” to responsible family man?
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