By Brenda Jackson
For Erica Sanders, discovering a soul mate used to be the simple half. Brian Lawson is the guy she wishes, and everybody consents they're the precise couple. Almost all people. the only exception is Erica's mom, Karen, who prefers her daughter marry one other guy. Karen even hires a personal detective to enquire Brian, however the fact he uncovers is the very last thing she expected—a devastating betrayal that rips either households apart.
Convinced that her courting cannot be salvaged, Erica ends her engagement. but she has lingering doubts over her selection, particularly as soon as Brian's beautiful unmarried neighbor starts off pursuing him. an opportunity assembly proves that the eagerness among Brian and Erica hasn't dimmed—but neither has the decision of others to maintain them aside, or the stunning lengths Karen will visit for you to undermine her daughter's relationship.
As secrets and techniques outdated and new are printed, Erica and Brian locate themselves stuck among the bonds of the earlier and an doubtful destiny, every one making painful discoveries approximately who to think and belief. Masterfully advised and laced with the sensuality and drama that Brenda Jackson does most sensible, this can be an unforgettable tale of relationships at their most complicated, and the way demanding it may be to choose from residing separate lives—or maintaining quickly whilst love hangs by means of a silken thread….
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Erica leaned against the kitchen counter. She had met Brian’s mother months ago, the first time she’d visited him in Dallas. At first she’d found it hard to believe that the woman was old enough to have given birth to him. She looked to be in her early forties instead of fifty-two. And upon their introduction, Erica had immediately felt a genuine warmth emanating from her. She hadn’t known what to expect, since she’d figured out early in their relationship that Brian and his mother were rather close.
Trademarks indicated with ® are registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the Canadian Trade Marks Office and/or other countries. com Acknowledgments To the love of my life, Gerald Jackson, Sr. To everyone who loves to escape between the pages of a good book. This one is for you. Happy reading! Dear Reader, I was born and raised in the largest city in Florida—Jacksonville. I often wondered how it would be to live in a smaller town where most of the people knew each other and everyone had a secret they never wanted told.
She chuckled. ” “And how is Ms. ” His question made her remember that Nana had been his first nanny and had worked for the Hayeses until Griffin had started school. When Nana spoke of him it was with fondness. “She’s fine. ” In fact, according to Melba, Griffin was the only one who’d bothered to drop by to welcome her grandmother to the neighborhood when she’d moved in, and he still dropped by to see if they needed anything. He shrugged. “Not as much as I’d like. The last time I saw her she and her companion were in the park and I happened to be jogging by.