Haven Antonelli and Carmine DeMarco grew up under vastly different circumstances. Haven, a second-generation slave, was isolated in the middle of the desert, her days full of hard work and terrifying abuse. Carmine, born into a wealthy Mafia family, lived a life of privilege and excess.
Now a twist of fate has caused their worlds to collide. Entangled in a web of secrets and lies, they learn that while different on the surface, they have more in common than anyone would think.
In a world full of chaos, where money and power rule, Haven and Carmine yearn to break free, but a string of events that began before either of them were born threatens to destroy them instead. Murder and betrayal are a way of life, and nothing comes without a price - especially not freedom. But how much will they have to sacrifice? Can they escape their pasts? And, most of all, what does it mean to be free?
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One of the best narrations of a book
This book was amazing, I would love to read more from J. M. Darhower, and what really brought it to life was the narrator, Carla Mercer-Meyer she was incredible. I read it twice and look forward to reading it a third time. I have never, ever read a book more than once. This book has ruin me for other books. I am comparing all other books to this one and so far nothing have come close.
I loved Carmine Demarco because he was sooo funny and did not apologize for being himself. But he was also passionate and loving.
I think Carla nailed it when she performed Haven Antonelli. She really made you believe Haven was quiet, shy, innocent and afraid.
Oh boy I was all over the place and could not keep silent, when it came to portions of the book that was sad, my eyes would water and tears fell, and I would bust out laughing when I read the funny parts. People in public would stop and look at me weird wondering what was wrong.
I have not been able to read anything else on Audible because nothing can compare and now I'm spoiled. Please help me find a cure for this illness.
- Deloris Douglas