OUT OF A CLEAR BLUE SKY . . .
Since being taken in by wealthy Mrs. Jordan March and living in her exquisite home like a daughter, Sasha Porter’s traumatic past—destitute on the streets, and the shattering accident that killed her mother—seems like a fading nightmare. Beautiful and sophisticated, as bold and daring as her “sister,” Kiera March, Sasha still keeps her mother’s wise words close to her heart: never fully trust anyone. Inside her privileged new world, it’s advice that will prove more precious than gold.
. . . CAN ANYTHING STOP THE DOWNPOUR?
Against the wishes of Jordan’s husband, Donald, Sasha attracts the attention of Duane Banks, a shy, handsome athlete, and maneuvers her way into his heart. But Duane’s hidden torment soon explodes in a horrific tragedy that pulls Sasha into a flood of guilt and despair. And when someone she thought she could trust targets her vulnerability, Sasha recalls her mother’s warnings—and a violent storm of dark deceptions and shocking family secrets is unleashed. Will she sink or swim?
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Desilu42 - LibraryThing
Kiera is in college and Sasha is living the dream life with her foster parents. A soap opera star joins Sasha's exclusive school and they find a connection. They are in love but something is holding ... Read full review
Other editions - View all
afraid Alena anyway asked beautiful bedroom began breath called calligraphy can’t Caro daughter dinner doesn’t don’t want Donald door Duval e-mail Entertainment Tonight everything eyes face father feel felt friends Gary Stevens girls glanced going guess hadn’t hair hand happened hate He’s head hear heard heart hope I’ve imagine Jessica Jordan Kiera kissed knew laughed lips lived looked lunch March mother never nodded ofmy ofthe ofus Okay Pacifica parents parking lot paused quickly realized remember Ryder Garfield Sasha seemed Shayne Peters She’s shook sister sitting sleep smiled someone sorry sound stared started Steiner stood stopped Summer sure surprised talk tell There’s they’re things thought told tomorrow took trying turned V.C. Andrews waiting walked watch We’re What’s won’t wondered worry you’ll you’re