Wolf of Cash
Leo Collins is a money-laundering specialist, a Real Estate expert, and a Wall Street genius. He is wealthy and has connections to all of the local gangs. Things go south though, when he is arrested and released after only nine months; when his partners begin to suspect that he bargained for a lighter sentence by agreeing to roll over on them.
In order to keep Leo quiet, a hit is put on his head, and, when three assassins barge into his hotel room, he has no chance. When push comes to shove though, rather than giving the assassins the satisfaction of taking his life, Leo leaps to his death through an open window.
The minute Leo hits the ground, he blinks, and he finds himself back in 2002. He is 17 years old again, and he quickly realizes what a gift he has been given. He can take everything that he learned in his last life and make better use of those teachings. He can right wrongs. And he can get revenge on those that did him wrong.
Almost all of the guests at the party were at least 35 years old, and there were a few men and women in their late seventies. Everyone present was wealthy, and it seemed that the older an individual was, the wealthier they were. Looking around, Leo realized that he and Julia were the youngest people in the room. The thought made Leo feel intimid……