A Silken Thread
For Erica Sanders, finding a soul mate was the easy part. Brian Lawson is the man she wants, and everyone agrees they're the ideal couple. Almost everyone. The one exception is Erica's mother, Karen, who prefers her daughter marry another man. Karen even hires a private detective to investigate... show more
For Erica Sanders, finding a soul mate was the easy part. Brian Lawson is the man she wants, and everyone agrees they're the ideal couple. Almost everyone. The one exception is Erica's mother, Karen, who prefers her daughter marry another man. Karen even hires a private detective to investigate Brian, but the truth he uncovers is the last thing she expecteda devastating betrayal that rips both families apart.Convinced that her relationship can't be salvaged, Erica ends her engagement. Yet she has lingering doubts over her decision, especially once Brian's attractive single neighbor starts pursuing him. A chance meeting proves that the passion between Brian and Erica hasn't dimmedbut neither has the determination of others to keep them apart, or the shocking lengths Karen will go to in order to undermine her daughter's relationship.As secrets old and new are revealed, Erica and Brian find themselves caught between the bonds of the past and an uncertain future, each making painful discoveries about who to believe and trust. Masterfully told and laced with the sensuality and drama that Brenda Jackson does best, this is an unforgettable story of relationships at their most complex, and how hard it can be to choose between living separate livesor holding fast when love hangs by a silken thread
Publish date: March 1st 2011
Publisher: Kimani Press Single Title
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
WOW! This was quite a story. I just could not but this book down. Brenda Jackson has shown why she is worthy to be on the bestselling author’s list. Silken Thread is a story of love, deceit, loss and jealousy. It shows the lengths one would go through just have their own way even if it means dest...
Wow. This story had more potential to be a 4 or 5 star book but the main characters were boring. Some of the major twists was so obvious. The secondary characters are the best part of the story. Good but could have been better.
What can I say, it's Brenda Jackson. I loved this story. It was something different for me and not one I expected to read from her. Mrs. Jackson is simply a seasoned writer and with that being said, she can weave a story seamlessly and flawlessly. That's what I love about her. In addition, she keeps...