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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Travis Hunter delivers another edgy, yet genuine story of family secrets and missteps. In this story of two brothers and their sister, the people they love aren't always who they appear to be. Beloved teacher and widower Dallas Dupree spends most of his time with his daughter Aja. But the new woman in Dallas' life is hiding a nasty secret that could cost him his career, reputation and family. His sister Carmen's new husband harbors destructive secrets of his own.
©2004 Travis Hunter; (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
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By A. on 02-05-10

Like Watching a Movie!

This was the first time I've ever read/listened to anything from this author and I was pleasantly surprised. The narrator was great! The story kept me in suspense the entire time I was listening. Can't wait to listen to his other books.

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By Amazon Customer on 06-11-14

Excellent Entertainment

90% of the audio-books I purchase are for my entertainment while I'm walking or driving . I loved this audio book. I usually go through at least three or four books before I find a winner (right story, author, and narrator). The narrator was great and that means a lot to me. This is a winner on all three fronts. My favorite character's are Bold Head and Prince. Bold Head was very funny and Prince is the black sheep of the family but he is respected on the streets and by his family , in my opinion well deserved. I'm going to look for more by this author and narrator.

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