Keisha Johnson is an optimistic eighteen year old college student from Brooklyn, NY with a promising career in the field of medicine. With the support of a loving family and her sheer determination, Keisha's road to success seems inevitable.
Her dreams are put on hold when she enters the world of adulthood and stumbles through a revolving door of failed relationships and unfortunate circumstances.Can Keisha regain control over her life and pursue her destiny? Is love just a four letter word?
|Publisher:||Gold House Publications|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.45(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Patron Gold was born in the inner city borough of Brooklyn,
N.Y. He grew up in the Brownsville Housing Projects,
until his family later relocated to Flatbush. In order to escape the social problems that surrounded his community, Gold developed a passion for reading at an early age. Music was also an interest that caught Gold's attention, and he embarked on a career as an R&B composer. He later realized that he was able to express his creativity through his life's journey and travels, and crafted the novel "A House Is a
Broken Home", which he successfully published in 2011.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great read. I enjoyed it!
Wish it was more to the story
Keisha is a young, smart, and beautiful teenager that has the opportunity to grow up with love and support from a two-parent household; she fails to be grateful for her given privileges and discovers a fast childhood. One night, Keisha meets Detroit who acts as her Prince Charming and introduces her to a whole new life. While with Detroit, Keisha finds herself making irrational decisions that cause major changes in her life. “A House is a Broken Home” by Patron Gold is an absolutely remarkable story. Reading this story was my pleasure and I would like to give thanks to author, Patron Gold, for a job well done! I like the background information given to readers in the beginning to provide a broader understanding near the end of the story. I recommend “A House is a Broken Home” to all readers! Reviewed by: Tekisha