Murder Through the Grapevine

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Urban Books, Apr 1, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Roni Jarrett was once in love with a high-rolling strip club owner who used her and abused her. He caused her to lose the job of her dreams, not to mention her self respect. With nothing left but her newfound faith in Christ and her old BMW, she hits the road and ends up where she started, in her old hometown. With a new job in an upscale beauty salon, and a position as music director for her church, she's doing all she can to live a life that's pleasing in the eyes of God. Unfortunately, other people's drama has a way of following Roni Jarrett and it follows her to her new life in Florida. When her best friend from childhood turns up dead in the streets, the local police behaves as if Roni may have had a hand in that death, and everything changes. Roni finds herself caught up in a dangerous maze of gossip and lies that could lead to her own destruction. The only man willing to help her, Police Chief Don Gillette, is a gorgeous hunk of a human being who makes Roni's heart pound, but his own reputation causes even more drama to enter her life. Roni is tested time and again as she struggles to understand what is happening around her. Her budding relationship with Don Gillette, a relationship that seems sent from God, may get caught in the wreckage too. Will Roni's newfound faith be able to withstand so many trials, and will Don Gillette turn out to be the love of her life or the worst thing that had ever happened to her?
 

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This book was awesome! I finished this book in two days. I wish there was a sequel so we could see more into this relationship.

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FIVE
EIGHT
NINE
ELEVEN
TWELVE
FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
SIXTEEN
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McClain-Watson holds a bachelor's degree from Florida State University and a Master's degree in history from Florida A&M University. She is currently employed by the State of Florida.

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