It’s been twenty-five years since that hellish night. Twenty-five years of living in denial, and Tess still doesn’t want to think about it. But now her daughter, Chanel, is insisting that she spill the beans.
So Tess must cast her mind back to a life of passion and betrayal, to a time of violence and death, and she must face her past to tell us… what really happened to Lou the Brain.
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Tess/Lorraine explains a great deal in this story, making a great deal clear. The story is well written with a fast pace and the plot has a few twists to it, and having Tess tell the story instead of Chanel is a nice change-up. All of which makes for a fun read.