Does the end justify the means?
Cyrus Johnson is rich, powerful, and used to getting his way. When his estranged wife shows up at his office demanding a divorce once and for all, he not only refuses, he makes a demand of his own.
Daniella Barrett-Johnson has little bargaining power where Cyrus is concerned, and he’s already used his vast financial resources to prolong their divorce and keep her tied to him. Her only hope is to give him what he wants, but if she does, how will she ever be able to leave him for good?
Cyrus- Gotta love him!
I enjoyed reading this 2nd installment of the Johnson family. The Alpha male character, Cyrus Johnson, Jr. is a complicated man who no one understood, not even his woman, Dani. However, the reader gets to know and understand Cyrus, the overseer of the multimillion dollar Johnson beer empire, as his character unfolds through his turbulent relationship with his wife, Daniella. The reader, right along with Daniella, arrives at the ah-ha moment at the same time. I won't give anything away, but I get his "my way or the highway" mindset. You will too when you read this novel . I recommend it highly, and I look forward to reading the next installment of this African American family .