Books 1 & 2 of the ongoing series together in the same volume. Walk with Tameka and the family and friends she has in her circle as they all learn to navigate the ever changing landscape of their lives. Alfredo Ramirez is just the beginning. Are they ready to face what's next? - Are you?
After the traumatic death of her son's father, Tameka Harrison dedicates herself to building a safe and secure life for herself and her son Jevon. All she wants is a peaceful life without the complications of anyone else's drama. And for the last four years she's managed to do exactly that, but all of that is about to change as the hopes of a new love and the sorted details of her ugly past find themselves on a collision course with each other. It's been over four years since she's allowed herself to feel anything for any man. Guarding her heart has become a natural reflex, but now it may prove to be her undoing. It's hard to know who to trust when the people in your life are wrestling with who they use to be and who they are striving to be, but before everything goes south, Tameka realizes that she and everyone involved needs to figure it all out before everything that is good in their lives is destroyed. They will all be left with one chance for redemption, one chance for forgiveness, one chance for peace and joy,...One chance for love.
In the wake of the destruction that was left by
Alfredo, Tameka and Myron survived the storm and their love was made stronger for it, but what they endured the first go round was only the tip of the ice berg. Alfredo has been exposed. And his answer to putting everything back into it's proper place is to kill everyone responsibe for knocking things out of order in the first place. And that includes Tameka and everyone that she loves. Surviving the coming storm will require her to make some new friends, learn to accept the truth about her past and to lean on her history, not for "what" is in it,...but for "who" is in it. When the past comes knocking on the door of the present, the future of all involved will be changed forever. And to survive this is going to take something greater than their trust, something mightier than their friendships; It's going to take something stronger than love.