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Publisher Description

The New York Times bestselling novel from the author of the Reverend Curtis Black series...

ADDICTION. DECEPTION.
PRETTY PICTURES HIDE UGLY SECRETS.

Denise and Derrek Shaw are the perfect American couple. Happily married for fifteen years, they have a wonderful daughter, Mackenzie, successful careers, and a beautiful home in a posh Chicago suburb. They are attractive, respected . . . and hiding a shocking secret: a dangerous addiction to drugs.

It started innocently enough. Denise occasionally used prescription drugs to help her deal with the long hours and demanding nature of her job. Derrek, also under pressure at work, began using cocaine socially with some of his colleagues.

They can quit whenever they want to. At least, that's what Denise would like to believe . . .

As her job becomes more stressful, Denise can no longer get through the day without a fix. Derrek realizes his harmless habit has become anything but, and desperately wants to get clean. However, his attempts are derailed when there is a sudden family tragedy. Once soul mates, now this husband and wife are quickly losing the immense love that had been the cornerstone of their marriage. With her parents spiraling out of control, Mackenzie makes an unexpected move to take matters into her own hands. Is her sacrifice too late-or is there still hope? Is there a final chance to save the Shaw family?

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
January 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grand Central Publishing
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
1.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Marlishia Carey ,

Soap Opera

This was a good book. It was like reading a soap opera with all the twists and turns.

Choc3379 ,

Not so good😔

It was a quick read that I wish I wouldn't have spent my $10 on. I didn't understand what other ppl were saying when they say its predictable and a little boring. But after reading it, I get it. It's sad and its true but I usually like Kimberla Lawson roby books so I give it a 3. I'm not very happy though.

M&Mgal ,

Terrible - waste of money

I purchase audiobooks at least once a week. I've never pulled the plug on one of them but with this book, I had to stop listening. The story line was boring. The dialogue was horribly boring. The narrator was annoying - and sometimes her pronunciations were off. I've also never written a review before but felt like I needed to do the listeners a favor and save them $10.

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