Never Keeping Secrets

  • by Niobia Bryant
  • Narrated by Patricia R. Floyd
  • 9 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Monica, a CEO with celebrity clients, loves her life. But when her man loses his high-powered corporate job and pressures her to start a family, Monica finds herself involved with a client who wants to mix business with pleasure - or else…Successful author Keesha is blowing through her money - and cheating on her fiancé. When her new friend, Jeremiah, discovers her deception, Keesha stands to lose everything....
Danielle has fame and fortune as a TV co-host. Her relationships are strictly for pleasure - until she reconnects with the only man she ever loved. But Danielle wasn't looking for love...or for the secrets from her past being used to torment her....
A full-time mom and preacher's wife, Latoya is feeling the strain of living under the eye of the church. Her only relief comes from the pills no one knows she's popping. At least she thinks no one knows.... After five years apart, the women don't expect to meet again - until they begin receiving mysterious taunts about their personal secrets. Soon, all roads lead back to their friendship - but one of them won't make it through alive.

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This One is Not Worth It!!!

This book is not worth the time nor effort of listening... It starts out okay with some suspense which I expected to build but it did not.... it read as a four short stories that were blended (but not well) together. The ending is unexpected because there is nothing in the first half of the story that relates to the ending, except you know that somebody died. The stories are so disconnected that you forget that somebody is dead. The villain is brought in at the end as a "gottcha" type character which is okay, but the story does give any insight about how the villain came to be "financially" able to spy on and then stage such elaborate revenge on four people. All in All the story is unbelievable and it does not get you emotionally involved in any way. In the end you know virtually nothing and I did not feel emotional or cared about any of the characters. I usually like Niobia's work.
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- R. Pontiflet

was hard to get into....

normally I really enjoy audiobooks, but I had a hard time getting into the story and following and connecting with the characters.
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- Candace M. Lucas

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-22-2013
  • Publisher: Recorded Books