By Mary Monroe
From New York Times bestselling writer Mary Monroe comes the tale of 2 lifelong pals, their secrets and techniques and lies, and the recent problem which may divide them as soon as and for all. . .
With a beautiful domestic and relations, Annette Goode eventually has all of it. Heaven understands she paid her dues--from an abusive formative years to a rocky commence as an grownup. Annette's buddy Rhoda is aware too, for Rhoda has been either her savior and her maximum worry. Their courting has survived a few severe shake-ups. yet now that issues are reliable, somebody it sounds as if thinks they are a little too strong. . .
When Annette gets an anonymous--and menacing--birthday reward, it is only the start of a slew of adverse letters, vicious cellphone calls, and vile programs from a feminine who's evidently disguising her voice. Comforted through Rhoda and Rhoda's teenage daughter, Jade, Annette hopes the matter will by some means disappear. but if the threats expand to her baby, Annette realizes the placement is dire. For quickly her tormentor finds precisely what she wants--and the way it may perhaps damage every thing Annette has equipped. . .
Praise for Mary Monroe
"Reminiscent of Zora Neale Hurston." --Publishers Weekly
"Watch out Toni Morrison, there's a new sister in town." --Rapport
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