Do you keep secrets from your significant other? Does he or she keep secrets from you? How damaging would this be to a relationship?
Shout and Tisha are no longer together, but it is Shout’s own fault for choosing his murderous father over his fiance. That had to hurt. So Tisha is starting life anew without Shout, and she finds another guy to love and to be a father to the child that Shout had no clue she is carrying.
On top of all this, Tisha is investigating the appearance of a deadly drug in nightclubs. When she and her partner discover who is making and distributing this new drug, it complicates matters even further.
Shout starts life over again too, but he chooses the wrong female to hook up with. He chooses one that comes close to destroying his life and everything that he has and holds dear. His new project is to break into television. With his popularity, it shouldn’t be hard to make his new show a hit. Because of other things going on his life, instead of becoming more popular, he comes close to losing his life.
He really needs Tisha to rescue him (again), but is he too proud to admit that he was wrong? These two were made for each other. Will they ever learn? Secrets, no matter how small or how large they are, erode the trust in a relationship.
If you enjoy books full of mystery and suspense, you will love this book. If you want to read a book that has romance intertwined into the story, you need to read Secrets. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. If you would like a copy of your own, I’ve provided an Amazon link below.
Amazon Link: Secrets: A Tisha Ariel Nikkole Novel #4
The human mole was overdue for a trip to have his teeth capped.
Shout and the lead actress blended like coconut milk and pineapple juice in a Pina colada.
He was angrier than two polar bears fighting over a seal.
Greasy knew Shout would search for Tisha like a pirate looking for lost treasure.
New Words Learned:
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About the Author:
Yasmin Shiraz is an author, producer, and filmmaker.
She wrote the award-winning Retaliation novel series, which received a Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers nod from the American Library Association’s YALSA Division.
As a producer, she has filmed educational and thought-provoking documentaries that chronicle the lives, traumas, and experiences of youth. Her first production, Can She Be Saved, is a documentary that examines violence among middle school girls.
As a speaker, she has created programs from her best-selling Blueprint empowerment series focusing on self-esteem, motivational, and educational tools. She regularly speaks at middle and high schools, after school programs, non-profit youth centers, as well as Boys and Girls Clubs throughout the country.
A sociologist by trade, Yasmin Shiraz has studied women’s issues, youth issues, urban conditions, social problems concerning minority populations, violence against women, disparities in the US educational system, and blue-collar vs. white-collar crimes. She applies her sociology training in educating and working with youth throughout the nation.