The Clandestine Family (ebook)

The Clandestine Family (ebook)

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T.m. Winters
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The Clandestine Family Detective Whisper Clandestine is at the top of her game. She's never met a crime she couldn't solve or a challenge she wasn't determined to conquer. Now her biggest dream is about to come true. She's on her way to California to work under the District Attorney Michael Dean. The only thing that she would regret is leaving behind the man that she's been secretly in love for years, Detective James Carwen. Rajah Cladestine is the player, Momma's boy and class clown of the family and the only boy. You can usually find him, finessing and caressing one female while passing his number to the next. Women seem to fall at his feet even though his reputation precedes him. But looking out for his family is his main priority. Baby girl Serene Clandestine is the Diva. Her life was always about style, looking good, creating as many different looks and personas as she can and always trying to prove her independence. The one thing that brings her more joy than anything else in the world is the love of her life Jajuan. It's been two years and she is still flying on cloud nine. Secrets Revealed With an unfortunate turn of events, Whisper, Rajah and Serene find out just how veiled their perception of reality has been when their mother makes a phenomenal confession while on her death bed. Once she reveals the news she has kept from them throughout their entire lives, they find themselves flung into a constant whirlwind that seems to encompass anybody whose path they may cross. They are being hunted by people that want to run tests on them and see what makes them tick. Fighting against the forces that have been thrown at them, they struggle to stay alive and ahead of the game.


Detalles del ebook
ISBN:
9781310365478
Editorial:
BookBaby
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Literatura
Subgénero:
Historia de la Literatura

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1310365478 |

EAN:

9781310365478