Jacinta Sequentez Petals Publishing introduces Jacinta Sequentez. Her   debut   novel,   The   Foreigner ,   now   available   here,   is   a   revealing snapshot   of   her   experiences   from   her   Philippine   home   while   she seeks    a    ‘foreigner’    boyfriend.    Jacinta,    like    many    of    Philippine origin,   seeks   love   and   romance,   and   more   particularly   a   future,   far from   the   depressed   economics   of   their   home   city.   Jacinta’s   route to   a   comfortable   British   life   yields   a   spectrum   of   emotions:   joy, excitement,   reservation,   sadness   and   trauma   ―   before   she   finally settles into complete happiness. “I   am   shy   and   withdrawn.   I   cannot   sidle   up   to   a   guy   in   the   cafeteria and   seductively   brush   against   him   in   the   hope   of   his   turning   around and   being   instantly   captivated   by   my   presence.   Emerging   womanhood has   conquered   me.   Maybe   it’s   all   that   hormone   stuff,   you   know,   God’s will   for   procreation.   I   think   I’m   obsessed   with   finding   a   boyfriend,   as   if my   life   is   ruled   by   one   goal.   I   want   a   real   guy   with   whom   I   can   share interests   and   dreams;   a   guy   who   will   close   the   door   on   never-ending weekends   of   emptiness;   a   guy   I   can   snuggle   into   when   I   need   warmth, security   and   compassion;   and   I   want   a   guy   with   whom   I   can   share simple   things,   like   a   Chicken   Joy   in   Jollibee’s   or   sitting   cross-legged   on a blanket sipping a can of Coke under a palm tree in the park.”     Paige Elizabeth Turner   When   Juanita   Morales’   body   is   found   in   the   River   Avon   in   Evesham after    a    late    afternoon    river    cruise,    all    fingers    point    to    cruise operator Barry Simmons. Following     Juanita’s     murder,     her     fiance´     Trevor     sets     about uncovering    the    gossip    surrounding    her    death,    but    he’s    not    as squeaky   clean   as   he   first   seems.   It’s   not   long   before   other   bodies start      appearing      and      when      a      local      newspaper      journalist investigating   Juanita’s   murder   is   found   dead   in   her   car   people begin to question whether there’s a link between the murders. Prosecutor    Godfrey    Postlewaite    is    adamant    that    Simmons    is responsible    for    the    murders    and    a    tense    courtroom    contest ensues.     But     when     police     officer     Olivia     Watts     uncovers     a photograph   of   Trevor   and   Juanita   together   on   the   day   she   was murdered,    Trevor’s    alibi    is    destroyed,    which    leaves    the    police wondering if he knows more than he’s been letting on.  
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 Jacinta Sequentez Petals               Publishing introduces             Jacinta Sequentez. Her    debut    novel,    The Foreigner ,   now   available here,      is      a      revealing snapshot          of          her experiences     from     her Philippine   home   while   she   seeks   a   ‘foreigner’ boyfriend.     Jacinta,     like     many     of     Philippine origin,    seeks    love    and    romance,    and    more particularly   a   future,   far   from   the   depressed economics   of   their   home   city.   Jacinta’s   route   to a   comfortable   British   life   yields   a   spectrum   of emotions:       joy,       excitement,       reservation, sadness    and    trauma    ―     before    she    finally settles into complete happiness. “I   am   shy   and   withdrawn.   I   cannot   sidle   up   to   a guy   in   the   cafeteria   and   seductively   brush   against him   in   the   hope   of   his   turning   around   and   being instantly    captivated    by    my    presence.    Emerging womanhood    has    conquered    me.    Maybe    it’s    all that    hormone    stuff,    you    know,    God’s    will    for procreation.   I   think   I’m   obsessed   with   finding   a boyfriend,   as   if   my   life   is   ruled   by   one   goal.   I   want a   real   guy   with   whom   I   can   share   interests   and dreams;   a   guy   who   will   close   the   door   on   never- ending    weekends    of    emptiness;    a    guy    I    can snuggle   into   when   I   need   warmth,   security   and compassion;   and   I   want   a   guy   with   whom   I   can share   simple   things,   like   a   Chicken   Joy   in   Jollibee’s or   sitting   cross-legged   on   a   blanket   sipping   a   can of Coke under a palm tree in the park.”     Paige Elizabeth Turner   When    Juanita    Morales’    body    is    found    in    the River   Avon   in   Evesham   after   a   late   afternoon river   cruise,   all   fingers   point   to   cruise   operator Barry Simmons. Following   Juanita’s   murder,   her   fiance´   Trevor sets   about   uncovering   the   gossip   surrounding her   death,   but   he’s   not   as   squeaky   clean   as   he first   seems.   It’s   not   long   before   other   bodies start   appearing   and   when   a   local   newspaper journalist     investigating     Juanita’s     murder     is found     dead     in     her     car     people     begin     to question   whether   there’s   a   link   between   the murders. Prosecutor    Godfrey    Postlewaite    is    adamant that   Simmons   is   responsible   for   the   murders and    a    tense    courtroom    contest    ensues.    But when    police    officer    Olivia    Watts    uncovers    a photograph   of   Trevor   and   Juanita   together   on the    day    she    was    murdered,    Trevor’s    alibi    is destroyed,   which   leaves   the   police   wondering if he knows more than he’s been letting on.  
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