Shellie Simone's dream job as a Project Manager for an IT company turns into a nightmare when she finds herself the victim of sexual assault in the workplace. She attempts to report the perpetrator to Human Resources, but his uncle, the VP over the Finance division, tries to stop her by bribing her with an increase in her salary to keep it undisclosed. Shellie knows she cannot handle this problem alone anymore, so she confides in her friend Standra Wilcom for support. She soon finds out, however, that Standra has other things keeping her busy these days. Following a hurtful break-up with her boyfriend of three years, Standra decides to hook up with their friend Eboni Gilliar's husband while he and Eboni are having problems. At first, she did not expect the relationship to be more than a simple friendship, but soon after it begins, she becomes intrigued by just how far their connection can go. Just when Standra thinks she has the perfect plan to keep Craig from going back to his wife, Shellie finds out about their relationship, and now Standra is in jeopardy of losing everything.
As this story unravels, all three women will become involved in a whirlwind of major life events that will change the dynamics of their relationship forever. Will their friendship survive the storm or is it Time to Walk Away? (Amazon)
When I’m done reading a good book I usually take time to reflect on the characters, themes, and lessons I have learned from it. When it’s Time to Walk Away is a very good read. I love reading a book that deals with relatable issues/situations.
Author Ayesha Shoulders did an exceptionally job showing how friendships can go through the ups & downs, and how you can end up learning more about yourself through it all. Knowing when to stay or to walk away can relate to all areas of your life. I look forward to reading more from this Author.
I recommend this book for your reading pleasure.