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Keeping Secrets (Urban Renaissance) Paperback – April 1, 2009
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Poor Dawson is riddled by guilt daily. And day by day she seems to sink a little further and further into a deep abyss. Terrance, her live-in boyfriend, is doing all he can to love her despite the secrecy. But Dawson's nightmares seem to be progressively getting worse. It's almost as if her subconscious is screaming from within. Courageously, Dawson pushes the envelope learning the truth about what happened five years ago. Armed with the truth, she's willing to go to hell and back in order to right the wrong that has been done to her and her father. However, it comes at an enormous price.
KEEPING SECRETS TELLING LIES, the sequel to WIVES AND GIRLFRIENDS, by Nishawnda Ellis is a great follow-up. The story is fear-provoking, challenging as well as appealing. I love how strong the women are and willing push to the very end to get what they want. I love Nishawnda's dramas and even with the editing woes, easily recommend to all.
Dawson was a girl that always thought she was the one that killed her dad's girlfriend. Her dad took the fall for it to protect his daughter.
Years later Dawson started to get her memory back and then started to remember that Shaniece was the one that killed the girl Tera they was cousins. So Dawson set out to let Shaniece know she know and that she wants her to turn herself in. But, Shaniece so involved in marring the love of her life that she would do anything to keep her secrets from coming out.
Overall great book. :)
Shaniece Turner has worked hard to be in the position she's in - on the crux of marrying the man of her dreams. So what she murdered her cousin and framed someone else. She'd do it again (kill) if she had to and she just might have to when the case is reopened. Shaniece will stop at nothing to maintain her current lifestyle.
Two women with everything to gain and everything to lose.
Not quite the caliber of a sequel I was hoping for, "Keeping Secrets, Telling Lies" was a very quick and easy read. However, it seemed rushed with not a lot of effort. While I really enjoyed "Wives & Girlfriends," in comparison, this novel was just okay. It lacked the intensity, intrigue and suspense of the first. Still, I'd recommend it to readers who enjoyed the first book and want to see how things concluded.
On a side note, the editing was not that bad, but at this point I expect more from Urban Books.
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