"Betrayal, greed, and sex." --Publishers Weekly
New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison's thrilling tale of a love triangle, lives at a crossroads, and the price of secrets. . .
After her high school sweetheart joined the military, Mona Lisa Ellington thought she'd never love again. So she settled for a man who cherished her--and made his living hurting others. Yet she prayed her fiancé would one day return.
Mona Lisa's classmate, Katherine Clinton, knew she'd marry her high school sweetheart and live happily ever after. But when he left for the military, she had to make new plans for her and their son. Still, Katherine dreamed of the day her fiancé would return.
William Lincoln joined the military to make his grandfather proud. He never imagined he would be gone so long. Or that his selfish proposal to two women would be the least of his problems. . .because all three would soon face the consequences of too much deception.. . .
"Mix dirty red drama, relationship scandals, suspense, love and you get my girl Mary B. Morrison." --Vickie Stringer
The prolific Morrison (Darius Jones) delivers another story full of betrayal, greed, and sex that will have street lit fans clamoring for more. Here, handsome high-school football star William Lincoln leaves his girlfriend Mona Lisa Cunningham for beautiful Katherine Clinton. Instead of attending college and trying to go pro, William is forced is forced to join the military. Before he leaves for Iraq, he proposes to both Mona Lisa and Katherine. Years later, Mona Lisa is married to a murderous, abusive, and greedy bounty hunter and high school friend, Steven Cunningham, who spends lavishly to attract her attention. After one particularly gruesome experience, Mona Lisa decides to leave Steven, only to discover that he has become dangerously obsessed with her. When both Katherine and Mona Lisa find out that William is alive (and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder), trouble ensues, with deadly consequences for almost everyone. Though this page-turner strains credulity, Morrison's loyal readers will likely enjoy the melodrama, titillation, and thrills.