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The problem with greed is that it makes you cross lines that clearly shouldn't be approached. Hence the consequences. Enter Fletcher McClain, music Mogul and typical male. His affinity for the striking beauty Bliss lands him in a spot so tight that his attorney Vernetta Henderson almost had to grease him to try to get him out.
This book would so greatly be served as a movie because this cast of lead and supporting characters played their parts to perfection. Some things I guessed correctly and on other parts I was dead wrong. This is a very interesting and entertaining mystery. Very well done! FIVE STARS!!!!
Things get crazy as Bliss and Fletcher go at it. This time Bliss has antagonized way too many people in her greed for more money. This is simply a must read that will have you on the edge of your seat. As always, Pamela Samuels Young does an excellent job crafting a story.
The biological mother in this book was generally disliked (and rightfully so), conniving, and selfish. She had three children – with three separate fathers – with the sole goal of getting large amounts of child support (and using it to greatly benefit her own life and circumstances) from them; they were all very wealthy man. She tricked all of them (with one possible exception) into fathering her children with no thought of the actual children or the relationships that were being sort of shredded! The only thing I disliked was the ending. The villain, who actually committed the murder, was painted as insane and working through a mental defect instead of just being represented as evil! You can be a conniving selfish witch, but that doesn't mean that your murderer isn't evil!
I liked that so much time was spent on personalities and development of same. Of course, in so doing, the author cause the reader to strongly dislike most of the characters! But it was still a well-rounded story with good developments and motivations – despite the fact that a lot of these motivations were disliked; that doesn't change the fact that they were believable. Overall, a satisfying book, despite some of the questions brought about the legal system and how it really would approach the fatherhood situations!
It's funny, fast paced, thrilling. Everything I would want to read.