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With only 75 orgasms left in his lifetime, thanks to a mysterious medical disorder, you would think getting clarity would be easy. Not for Darius James. The divorce attorney distances himself from a bitter childhood friend to build a life with Jenay. His decision brings far more challenges than expected. In Beyond Fate and Submission: Ultimus Primed, the sequel to A Taste of Fate: Ultimus Primed, the Miami heat brings out Jenay's over-competitive nature, hardened police bent on seeing Darius dead or back in prison and restless women of the past incapable of finding men with his talents. And, as if that isn't enough, along comes an unusual group of guys determined to learn his talents for the upper hand in their own relationships. Are love, monogamy and commitment too much for Darius to embrace? Is any of it even supposed to be this dramatic? Will one of Miami's most celebrated womanizers just give up and do what he does best?
About the Author
William Hobbs (aka William Ashanti Hobbs, III) is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida by way of Atlanta, GA. While attending Florida A&M University (FAMU), the college junior was inspired to publish Pseudonymous, a collection of short stories and poems and the novel "The Chosen People: Africa's Lost Tale of Meroe", all in the same year. Sales allowed Hobbs to graduate from FAMU. Hobbs' passion for writing and won him a McKnight Fellowship, which allowed him to pursue a masters and doctorate degree in creative writing from Florida State University (FSU). He graduated from FSU in 2004 and now teaches Creative Writing at Florida Memorial University. Hobbs has published an essay and poem in Journey into a Brother's Soul by Kimani Press as well as the novel "North of the Grove" and "A Taste of Fate: Ultimus Primed." Hobbs has two sons, Ashanti and Amiri. The martial arts lover enjoys his foray into blogging williamhobbs247.wordpress.com, is forever noodling with a guitar and exploring filmmaking with his first film short, "North of the Grove." www.northofthegrove.com