Love, Honor, & Protection!
It all begins with Tranerious McClintock, a major league baseball player who is very wealthy and his fiancé Angie, a recent USC Law graduate booking the church for their wedding. When they’re done, Angie hastily leaves to go obtain her original birth certificate, only to be told that the abstract she has is fraudulent. When she decides to call her foster mother for answers, she finds out that she has died, sending her spiraling into muddled and a depressed state of shock. She drives around dazed and confused and ends up in the parking lot of her therapist, where she is found with both arms cut from a razor and crying hysterically in the back seat of her car.
The heart of the book begins with Angie’s therapy sessions in which she begins to reveal what life was like growing up in an abusive Compton foster home. It becomes rapidly clear that Angie has several issues that she has yet to deal with including who she is, where she comes from, and who her real parents were. As she begins opening up to the therapist, she continues to plan her wedding which brings along its own set of twist and turns. An unforgettable tale of Angie's quest for self-discovery, hope for unconditional love, and friendships formed and broken, “The Devil You Know” is a drama filled story that unfolds all while a celebrity wedding is being planned and promises to keep you glued to the walk down the aisle and beyond.
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About the Author
Shaena “Sexcee” Jackson is an author and single mother of 2 boys who has a passion for writing and helping people from her community. Born and raised in Compton California, she was faced with many struggles in her childhood but she never allowed her problems at home to get in the way of her academics. School was always there when neither of her parents were and she fell in love with the idea that she could escape her reality by reading books. She graduated as Valedictorian of her class at Davis Middle School, with honors at Dominguez High School, and on the Dean’s List at Cal State University Dominguez Hills. Although always on top of her academics and studies, she always had a hidden self-esteem issue that no one knew about except her. She struggled with everything about her physical appearance from her big round eyes, thin sandy brown hair, and especially the color of her dark skin. Today, she embraces all of her issues and has become a catalyst for encouraging young women everywhere to value their own self-worth with the use of activities that promote positive self-esteem and a healthy attitude towards life.