Format: Print Length
Publisher: eXtasy Books (April 21, 2015)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 5.1 MB
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It’s the social unrest period of mid-nineteen-sixties Philadelphia. For Marissa Wells, a tender black girl, surviving expanding gang violence trumps civil rights, with solid cause. Gang tradition is a part of her way of life, association that molds personality, skews ethics, and results in her brutal attack. Marissa retaliates, and her lover forfeits his lifestyles saving hers. Guilt-ridden, she severs all ties and strikes away. Her mistake―she leaves enemies alive to retaliate.
Transitioning from segregation to integration, she settles in California, meets Tristan Corbett, a white southerner, discovers love is colorblind, and happiness is fleeting.
Marissa’s prior begins intruding on her current. Enemies reemerge, jeopardizing her new lifestyles. To do away with the chance and cycle of revenge, conscious she could die making an attempt, she lures her nemesis right into a confrontation.
This is a prior unencumber.