Aruba Dixon's fairy tale life has come to an end. After losing her husband to a disease, she finds herself not being able to cope with life and decides to end it all. Leaving her parents no other choice they decide to reach out to her ex-husband for help.
James is finally living his dream of owning a chain of hair salons. Now that his life is back on track he feels like one thing is missing, but the past always has a way of finding you.
Five years later, Twatha Gibson is grateful to be out of prison. Left alone after everyone has turned their back on her; she still has hope that one day she will be able to reunite with her only daughter.
Victoria Faulk is back on her feet after her first divorce. Starting a new life, she meets Emory, who is ready to be her husband, but she knows that until she learns to forgive and forget, she will never be happy.
As these women, all face their troubles in life will they learn how to forgive & forget?
This was a great follow up sequel. Although it started off very slow in some parts, I liked how the story came together. Good way to end the series.
Stacy Campbell is an author born and raised in Sparta, Georgia. A graduate of Albany State University, Stacy was bitten by the writing bug after hearing her elderly relatives share family stories on her front porch. Her work has been published by the Detroit Writers Guild, Indiana Writers at Home, and Georgia magazine.
Her first novel, Dream Girl Awakened, was published in February 2013 under Strebor Books, a Simon and Schuster imprint. Stacy’s subsequent novels, Forgive Me, and Wouldn’t Change a Thing, are also under the Strebor imprint and will be published in 2014 and 2015, respectively. When she’s not creating new characters or honing the writing craft, she’s most likely spending time with her family, trying out new recipes, or dining at new restaurants for dinner ideas.
You can visit her at www.stacyloveswriting.com, www.facebook.com/georgiapeach2814, or @stacycampbell20 on Twitter.