Secrets, Lies & Family Ties

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Secrets, Lies & Family Ties by Sylvia Hubbard

Perfect Opportunities can lead to perfect wickedness

Book Description
Perfect Opportunities can lead to perfect wickedness

 

 

From the author that brought you Mistaken Identity. The twins are back helping a friend find what he wants.

Grae is given the perfect opportunity to be someone she is not. She gives herself to the man she has dreamed about since high school.

With every twist and turn, Ezekiel Chambers finds that he can never be the son his father wants him to be. Now this mysterious woman has turned his world upside down and for the first time in his life, Ezekiel actually has a reason to stand up for what he wants against his cruel father.

Can Grae tell Ezekiel who she really is or should she just walk away from the best thing they’ve ever experienced?

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 Book Facts: Before going paperback, Secrets, Lies & Family Ties was downloaded over 2000 times!!!There are two books that tell the lives of sub characters from Secrets, Lies and Family:

  • Mistaken Identity
  • Cabin Fever

Book Points

Secrets, Lies & Family Ties explore the fear of being ourselves and the way we deny our happiness to please others.

An interracial novel, Secrets, Lies & Family Ties delve into having a relationship with persons outside of our race, but also our relationships with family and persons we believe are our friends.

Book Discussion Questions:

Why do you believe Grae needed her identity hidden from Ezekiel?

Why do you feel Lizzie felt the real way about Grae when she had more advantages than her friend?

Do you believe a relationship like Jerome, Dana & Tyrone would work in the real world?

The hatred Wrothrex felt toward his son ran deep in him, but do you feel the grandmother’s intention to bring the son and father together was fair or right?

ABOUT AUTHOR:

Detroit Native, Sylvia Hubbard, is the mother of three, Author of Love a Black Woman and Founder of Motown Writers/The Michigan Literary Network, which is one of the largest literary groups in Michigan. In her free time, she writes, reads and has a horrible addiction to buying DVD’s. She’s independently published 4 paperback novels and over 10 e-books. Her website is:

All books mentioned are available to buy wherever books are sold, except Cabin Fever. 

 

  

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