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Revealing her secret could save lives … or change hers forever.
Ellen Neilson enjoys her comfortable life as the wife of an American CEO. Born in Guatemala but living in America since the age of ten, she has kept aspects of her childhood secret.
When her long-lost cousin Manuel shows up as one of her husband’s managers, Ellen fears that her past will be revealed and her marriage jeopardized.
Then Manual informs her that illegal pesticides have poisoned the water at the company’s banana plantation in Guatemala. People are dying, but she doesn’t know who’s to blame for the cover-up.
The whole city of Charleston seems to be watching, waiting for Northern transplant and new director of tourism, Victoria Russo, to either work a miracle or to stumble and fall.
The change of geography is a chance for multi-divorced Victoria to start a new life. But she hadn't expected the cold reception and the deception she's experiencing. Hoping to gain acceptance, she tackles the renovation of a historic home but soon falls back into her old ways.
Will Victoria find a way to change her world or will she return to the place where her past failures lurk around every turn?
After a whirlwind romance, beautiful Shawna Moore marries Hunter Wilson, the governor of Tennessee. Now, she wonders if the governor ever loved her or only hoped to avoid a scandal.
In this modern re-imagining of the biblical story of Bathsheba and King David, an investigative reporter is asking questions—the wedding took place only six weeks following the death of Shawna’s first husband in Iraq. If he discovers the truth about Shawna’s baby, Hunter’s chances for reelection, as well as Shawna’s reputation, will be ruined.
But keeping their secret is destroying their marriage.
Will Hunter’s choice mean the end of his political career or his family?More info →