It Takes Two to Tango – Volume 2 

It Takes Two to Tango – Volume 2, the newest release of Sidney St. James from the BeeBop Publishing Group, is now available on Amazon.com in both the Kindle format and paperback. It is a romantic suspense novel that continues from Volume 1 in the Love Lost Series, also available on Amazon.com.

Shocks, one after the other, keep coming. Colonel Johnathan Schultz has taken on the task of finding out who waged war on his very best friend. And, why? Then, he has to find out who the killer was of Jimmy Johnson, Agatha’s husband. His gut tells him it wasn’t Rusty Zeiner or Felix Hellmuth. Determined to track down the truth, the Colonel forms an alliance with a seventy-five year old friend, Freddie Walker.

In Volume 2, the story shifts gears and enters the war waged on Agatha’s father, Jeremy McDonald for something he did twenty years earlier as the unknown enemy begins to snip away at his life.

The Cricket is introduced throughout Volume 2, a world-famous opera singer who tries to make a comeback. The story evolves further as one man takes another man’s wife away, along with their daughter, never to be found again. Another man falls in love but finds out that his best friend contracted smallpox.

Colonel Jonathan Schultz, a World War II hero, comes back to help his best friend of forty years battle the unknown assailant who is waging war on him and his family. Who is killing who? Who is robbing from who? Who should be “obeying” who and what happens when they perform certain romantic ‘favors’ with someone they find out later was married?

It will take 700 pages before any clues are given as to who was wrong and who was right!

It Takes Two to Tango – Volume 2

What reviewers have said:

“This Love Lost Series is even better than the Storm Lord Trilogy Series, if that’s even possible.” – Barbara

“This is an awesome start to a new series… I couldn’t put it down!” – Stephanie H.

“I was devoted from the very first page.” – Thomas B.

“Powerful… a moving story from start to finish.” – Vanessa S.

“An edge of your seat romantic suspense. Don’t miss it!” – Matt T.

Come and read along as the characters ride away in their 1955 Corvette convertible. Or, read the news of Budweiser on the front cover of the 1955 Time Magazine. Or, the girls trying to curl their hair like Marilyn Monroe. Or, Rusty Zeiner as he tries to comb his hair like James Dean. Or, the beautiful girls in Agatha’s wedding party at their bachelorette party listening to Three Coins in a Fountain over and over and over on a 45 RPM record player.

Follow St. James at www.sidneystjames.com.


It Takes Two to Tango – Volume 1

It Takes Two to Tango – Volume 1, the newest release of Sidney St. James from the BeeBop Publishing Group, is now available on Amazon.com in both the Kindle format and paperback. It is a romantic suspense novel that continues on to Volume 2 in the Love Lost Series, also available now on Amazon.com.

Now Available on Amazon.com

“I, Agatha McDonald, take thee, Jimmy Johnson, to be my wedded husband; to have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health; to love, cherish, and to OBEY, till DEATH us do part, according to God’s holy ordinance; and thereto I give thee my troth.”

Agatha McDonald, a twenty-one-year-old woman from Creole descendants, living in Black Rock Cove, has her ups and downs in trying to find true love. There are two men in her heart! Only one will find a place that will last a lifetime. One will become her lover, and one will become her best friend.

In a quiet setting on a park bench, she says, “The power of love my dear does not give me the right to intervene in your life. Should you ever need a ‘best friend,’ I will be right there on your beckoned call. You need to know that you are good, that you have everything you need to be the man you were born to be.

You are by far more than you will ever know. To be in your company is like a slice of Heaven. It is as if your aura was a pick-me-up tonic. Emotions swim back and forth in your eyes and the inflections of your voice.

You are a super nice guy. Nice guys deserve to win. My wish for you is that you succeed in whatever it is you truly need to be happy in this world. Reach for the stars! Know that they shine for you as much as they do for anyone else. We will be best friends, forever!”

So much for a Dear John letter!

What reviewers have said:

“This Love Lost Series is even better than the Storm Lord Trilogy Series, if that’s even possible.” – Barbara

“This is an awesome start to a new series… I couldn’t put it down!” – Stephanie H.

“I was devoted from the very first page.” – Thomas B.

“Powerful… a moving story from start to finish.” – Vanessa S.

“An edge of your seat romantic suspense. Don’t miss it!” – Matt T.

Come and read along as the characters ride away in their 1955 Corvette convertible. Or, read the news of Budweiser on the front cover of the 1955 Time Magazine. Or, the girls trying to curl their hair like Marilyn Monroe. Or, Rusty Zeiner as he tries to comb his hair like James Dean. Or, the beautiful girls in Agatha’s wedding party at their bachelorette party listening to Three Coins in a Fountain over and over and over on a 45 RPM record player.

Follow St. James at www.sidneystjames.com.


It Takes Two to Tango – Books 1 and 2

It Takes Two to Tango is the next release of Sidney St. James from the BeeBop Publishing Group on September 1, 2018. It is a romantic suspense novel that continues on to Book 2 in the Love Lost Series, also scheduled for release on the same day.

Agatha McDonald, a twenty-one-year-old woman from Creole descendants, living in Black Rock Cove, has her ups and downs in trying to find true love. There are two men in her heart, but only one will find a place that will last a lifetime. One will become her lover, and one will become her best friend.

In a quiet setting on a park bench, she says, “The power of love my dear does not give me the right to intervene in your life. Should you ever need a ‘best friend,’ I will be right there on your beckoned call. You need to know that you are good, that you have everything you need to be the man you were born to be.

You are by far more than you will ever know. To be in your company is like a slice of Heaven. It is as if your aura was a pick-me-up tonic.

Emotions swim back and forth in your eyes and the inflections of your voice.

You are a super nice guy. Nice guys deserve to win. My wish for you is that you succeed in whatever it is you truly need to be happy in this world. Reach for the stars! Know that they shine for you as much as they do for anyone else. We will be best friends, forever!” So much for a Dear John letter!

What reviewers have said:

“This Love Lost Series is even better than the Storm Lord Trilogy Series if that’s even possible.” – Barbara

“This is an awesome start to a new series… I couldn’t put it down!” – Stephanie H.

“I was devoted from the very first page.” – Thomas B.

“Powerful… a moving story from start to finish.” – Vanessa S.

“An edge of your seat romantic suspense. Don’t miss it!” – Matt T.

Come and read along as the characters ride away in their 1955 Corvette convertible. Or, read the news of Budweiser on the front cover of Time Magazine. Or, the girls trying to curl their hair like Marilyn Monroe. Or, Rusty Zeiner as he tries to comb his hair like James Dean. Or, the beautiful girls in Agatha’s wedding party at their bachelorette party listening to Three Coins in a Fountain over and over and over on a 45 RPM record player.

Follow St. James at www.sidneystjames.com.


Final Chapter in the Storm Lord Trilogy Series

The Three Keys to Apocalypse – The Final Chapter in the Storm Lord Trilogy.

(by far the most intense novel written to date by Sidney St. James!) Click on book cover above to see video trailer.


The Flaming Blue Sword was the first novel to start off the setting on the east coast known as Black Rock Cove. This is the same location many of the future novels has used as “home base.”

Please click on the image above to see the video trailer from Sidney St. James.

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