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A Secret Worth Keeping
     

A Secret Worth Keeping

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by Lakisha Johnson
 

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Shelby is a career woman turned housewife who enjoys the friendships that have been built with her 5 best friends; Camille, Lynesha, Raylin, Kerri and Chloe. They are all career women with different businesses or careers, husbands and even children but something is missing, something they can’t find at home, in a store or even in a book. So, they search for

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Shelby is a career woman turned housewife who enjoys the friendships that have been built with her 5 best friends; Camille, Lynesha, Raylin, Kerri and Chloe. They are all career women with different businesses or careers, husbands and even children but something is missing, something they can’t find at home, in a store or even in a book. So, they search for this missing piece in the beds, arms, cars, offices and even in storage rooms of other men who don’t mind paying for what Dem Dam Divas can offer. They enjoy the thrill of sneaking, creeping and even vacationing on someone else’s dime but what happens when it all becomes too much? From being found guilty with no evidence, secretly wanting someone who doesn’t want you, loving only to not be loved back, caught up in a dream that you’re about to be awaken from; will it be worth it in the end? Will their secret lives be revealed and will it become too much to handle? Will they regret their actions or stand by them? Will they finally question whether this secret is really worth keeping?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148575603
Publisher:
Delphine Publications
Publication date:
10/03/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
1,225,080
File size:
490 KB

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A Secret Worth Keeping 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Lakisha Johnson's “A Secret Worth Keeping” tells the story of five best friends with different careers, husbands, and children. But something is missing in each woman's life. Each woman has her own little secret that will throw readers for a loop. I really like this book because it was a page turner. I couldn't wait to read more. What worked for me, it was well written and kept my attention through the entire book. I enjoyed reading it. I can't wait until part two. Reviewed by: Alice
misscsolo More than 1 year ago
Very seldom will you find a person who doesn’t have at least one secret.  Most will tell only their very closest friend their deepest, darkest secret and that person will have to take it to their grave with them.  They can’t even tell their spouse!  Some secrets are so dark that they can even tell another living soul they just have to keep it to themselves, then how do they deal? Camille, Lynesha, Raylin, Kerri, Chloe and Shelby are six best friend who do EVERYTHING together!  They all have families, either husbands or are in relationships and take care of home.  Though these successful women are strong and loving, they also love to have fun and are highly sexual.  This combination in itself makes for an exciting situation on many occasions.  They love their husbands/lovers and are well taken care of but when Dem Damn Divas go out to play, the streets better watch out!  There is nothing that can stop them from making sure that home is taken care of but at the same time you can’t stop them from making sure that they are well taken care of too!  Sometimes fun is fun until it’s not anymore then it is just dangerous. A Secret Worth Keeping is a very racy story and not for the light-hearted.  It will have you fanning yourself at times but you won’t have a problem following the storyline at all.  The characters are you and your best friends because they are your ride or die girls and you can see that in their interaction with each other.  You will enjoy the sisterhood that they share and the way that the story keeps you entertained.  This is the freshman novel for Johnson but I do look forward to reading more from her in the future.  Great start to your writing career!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The sample of this story already told me what i need to know. I'm not purchasing this book. The beginning of the book has editing notes all over it and random words are in bold print for no reason. You also can't tell who is talking. Needs work.