Jose Enrique’s World

Amor, Pasión, and Dolor Rocks Jose Enrique’s World!



The novel is about a Mexican American family living in southern California. This family has obtained the American Dream. The De La Cruz’s have worked hard and are now financially sound.  

The cousins are now ready to settle down. The novel is rich of the Mexican culture and traditions.  Hot & Spicy is about the eldest cousin Jose Enrique and he falls in love with his sister’s best friend, Jessica Maria Cortez.

Jose Enrique De La Cruz, CEO of the De La Cruz, Inc. needs a fiancée in time for the company’s 25th anniversary celebration. La familia is anxious to meet his fiancée, but he doesn’t have one. His hermana (sister) Patricia agreed to obtain una novia for him. Paty enticed her amiga (friend) to pretend to be his loving fiancée. 

Jessica Maria Cortez agreed to be his fiancée for two reasons: one, she has always loved him and prays she can make him love her and two, this is a great opportunity to achieve her dream of working as an interior decorator design manager. 

In no time at all, Jose Enrique and Jessica find themselves budding up into a relationship with tantalizing ecstasy. With everything falling into place for the De La Cruz’s, it looks like the entire family is about to plunge into an ocean of nightmare and chaos before they can say “Cheers!” for the De La Cruz, Inc.  

The family encounters danger and action from the Mexican Cartel. The cartel is pressuring the family, throwing them into lots of drama, and mayhem. Enjoy this passionate romance thriller.

An index of the Spanish words used in the entire novel is also incorporated in the last chapter. (Very little, light Spanglish).

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