With everything they've come to rely on suddenly gone, sisters Tanqueray, Unique, and Sinclair Nation should be facing the tragedy together. But instead, they begin to pull apart in their search for a way out of the ghetto. This divide nearly conquers them, as Tanqueray drifts further into the life she swore she would never be brought into. Unique, overwhelmed with concern for her sick child, follows the misunderstood guidance of an overzealous preacher, whose advice places her life in jeopardy. Sinclair, looking for love, finds trouble instead when she again turns to the streets. These sisters will have to fight hard to keep it together through all their hardships.
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About the Author
Lena Scott is a native Californian, thus her stories take you into the heart of where she lives. Although fairly young to the literary scene, Ms. Scott tells her stories with a unique voice that speaks to a mature soul that lives within.