When Good Men Go Bad by Dante D. Long



Paperback
August 15, 2013
Dark Diamond Publishing
Jasper Hooks would be considered by most as an overall good guy; intelligent, well-mannered, attractive, and very sociable. His personality has brought him quite a lot of popularity, as well as broken a few hearts, during his years at the historic Pembrook College. Throughout all this, his strong upbringing and tenacity for success has kept him humble and focused. With college graduation over, a new and exciting career underway, and the love of his life just moving in, one would think that Jasper has it all together.

As he leaves the somewhat sheltering college days behind and adjusts to being a professional adult, situations at his job and in his personal life test his optimistic future to the point that he may lose it all. Starting with the betrayal of his fiance Tina, a spiral of events occur in Jasper’s life which test fraternal ties, brings on-the-job strife, revisits pressures of the past, and emphasizes the constant struggle between right versus wrong. The escalating conflict in his life may ruin his career, put his life in danger, and make him question his own mental stability as he fights to make sense of it all.

When Good Men Go Bad is the first book in the coming of age “Men of 1302” series by up and coming author Dante Long which shows the pleasures and pains of three college roommates, forever bonded by friendship, as life takes them through their varying adversities and blesses them with their individual achievements.

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