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In Fire & Brimstone, Laurinda D. Brown began the turbulent love story of Chris and Gayle, two women struggling with finding comfort in each other and in themselves while teetering on the verge of self-destruction. Chris Desmereaux and Gayle Evans. Two women. Two mothers. Two lovers testing the boundaries of 21st century morality with two lives torn between different idIn Fire & Brimstone, Laurinda D. Brown began the turbulent love story of Chris and Gayle, two women struggling with finding comfort in each other and in themselves while teetering on the verge of self-destruction. Chris Desmereaux and Gayle Evans. Two women. Two mothers. Two lovers testing the boundaries of 21st century morality with two lives torn between different ideas of right and wrong. Now in UnderCover, the author expands the story, introducing Nathaniel, the monogamous lover of Patrick, a high roller at the Memphis nightclub where Nathaniel transforms himself into a female diva before a standing-room-only crowd until Patrick breaks his heart. Devastated by his lover's rejection, Nathaniel leaves his flamboyant former life behind and reinvents himself yet again. This time it's Nathaniel, the committed family man -- a loving husband to his wife, devoted father to his three children, and brother-in-law to Chris. Patrick is a distant, still-seductive memoryĆ until financial woes force Nathaniel to return to his old fast-money way of life. This fateful decision culminates in exposure -- and Nathaniel's subsequent downward spiral. Domestic crises abound as Nathaniel struggles with painful issues surrounding his sexual identity, and he must face the ultimate truth about himself in a harrowing climax. UnderCover is a powerhouse novel by a gifted storyteller....

Title : Undercover
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ISBN : 9781593090302
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Undercover Reviews

  • Sabrina
    2018-10-29 01:35

    Good plot. An easy read that definitely kept me engaged until the end. My only criticism is that I really felt that Ms. Brown could have done a better job transitioning being the past and the present.