Life has never been worth living for Charisse before her father died. After three attempts to kill herself were unsuccessful, she makes a deal for release from hell on earth, with one of the people who made her life what it was.
It wasn't until Chyna finds out that her husband, Parker Mills was having an affair with her twin sister, Cheyenne, that she realizes she's losing the best thing she's ever had. Feeling the ultimate betrayal by her own sibling, Chyna knows she has to do whatever it takes to keep her husband and give him what he longs for - a baby. Knowing that she's unable to have children and Cheyenne is afflicted with the same condition, she decides to go to the only person that can help her save her marriage - her younger sister, Charisse.
In the end, one sister will die, another will lose everything and one will get everything that she wants.
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About the Author
Detroit native, Sylvia Hubbard, a single mother of three, has worked tirelessly to promote and encourage emerging writers in Michigan. She independently published her first romance novel in 2000 and has continued to write in that genre, sometimes venturing into other sub-genres. Always urban and contemporary styled, her writing is enjoyed all over the world. She has published 8 paperbacks and over 30 e-books. The same year she published, Ms Hubbard also created Motown Writers Network to fill the lack of education and networking for Michigan authors online and offline. By 2004, she was frustrated that all the literary conferences had moved too far away from the city and co-created The Essence of Motown Literary Jam Conference held only in the City of Detroit annually. In addition to romance writing, Hubbard has been featured at various conferences and workshops all over the United States and Canada, where she has taught authors how to sell their books on the Internet. She also published Internet Marketing for Writers & Businesses as a resource for those unable to attend her workshops. In the upcoming year, she will be featured in several anthologies and plans to publish additional e-books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ms hubbard his wife my sister was a great book part 1 and2 cant wait for more a amazing book to out of your collection soon.
***Received from Fabulosity Reads for an honest review*** “You’re stronger than all of us, Charisse.” She was too. She didn’t know it, didn’t believe it at the time, but Chyna was right. Charisse was stronger than all of them. She persevered despite failed suicide attempts, abuse, and degradation. And her strength was incredible to see. I can’t say I’ve ever read about a family like Charisse’s. Her mom was one mean woman, and her older sister Cheyenne wasn’t any better. Cheyenne’s twin Chyna seemed halfway decent but what animosity she didn’t show toward Charisse, she showed toward her own husband. I would say he wasn’t deserving of it but he was. Parker wasn’t innocent but he was more honest than Chyna or Cheyenne. I loved how Parker sensed Charisse was different almost as soon as they met. It gave me hope that she would have someone who would build her up and help her see her value. And he did. Through simple things like conversations, meaningful gifts, and attempts to understand her, Parker made more progress with Charisse than her sisters probably ever could have. I struggled with Charisse’s decision to have Parker and Chyna’s baby, and I’m not sure why. I understood why she agreed but I really had a hard time with it. By the end, I was so happy she made the decision but all throughout the story I kept saying, “God, I hope she lasts all nine months!” The ending of this story was the most action packed part. It was also the most heartbreaking and gut-wrenching. But when the dust settled, when the smoke cleared, and when the characters settled down, I was more than ecstatic over the ending given to two characters who deserved a truly better life than the ones they had. This is a superbly written story that covers a multitude of topics but one stands out first and foremost from beginning to end: family. Ms. Hubbard’s grasp on reality shines through in this epic novel. I didn’t think I’d make it past the first few chapters (attempted suicide is a subject I am familiar with) but I did, and I can honestly say that this is a story worth reading and sharing.
Highly recommend. Quite interesting
This book was so good. I hardly put it down. The storyline is full of suspense. Definitely a good read can't wait for part 2.