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Nina's Got A Secret by Brian W. Smith
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Jan 05, 09

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Larry Dennison and Nina Arcenaux have substantial things in common. Both lost the loves of their lives on the exact same date and they both have 8-year-old daughters in need of additional parents. More importantly, Larry is very successful with finances that can offer Nina the plush lifestyle she's always wanted to live. Admittedly, Larry knows that Nina doesn't love him, but it's his hope that she would learn to love him. At least she's appreciative for all that he's offered her. However, is that enough on which to build a foundation?

Too many games and people will seriously get hurt. Greed, envy, manipulation, and selfishness seep in infecting the hearts and souls. A contemptuous struggle, then black mail, murderous plots, jail and could there be a chance for forgiveness?

NINA'S GOT A SECRET is a nippy, suspenseful read that offers plenty of laughter, compassion and love. Brian W. Smith has delivered a tragic, heart wrenching tale that is sure to hold your attention from start to finish.

Reviewed by: Crystal
4.5 stars
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