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Yesterday’s Lies is a poignant tale
of a circle of close friends who lives are more intertwined than they realize;
that is until the blurred lines of love, lust and friendship begins to reveal
the half-truths and lies that exist.
Will the secrets they all hold from the past ruin their friendships and
Toni and Jada have been friends since High
School. They dated best friends David
and Benjamin and the foursome even decided to attend the same college together. A tragic event in the final semester of
senior year starts the web of lies and deceit that will follow them into their
adult lives. The story begins seven
years after graduation from college. The
secrets and lies from their past start to unravel when an old friend returns
from a seven year hiatus. Where has he
been? Does he hold the key to unlock the
secrets and lies from their past? Others
in this small group of friends have their own secrets they have been keeping. When the truth is revealed will, the life
changing decisions that were made based on what everyone thought they knew be
enough to rip friendships apart.
Things are seldom, as they
seem. High school sweethearts Jada and
David, Jr have built a wonderful life together post college. Two beautiful children and both have
successful careers. When an old friend
returns to the scene the half-truths are in danger of being revealed and the
consequences could be devastating for everyone involved.
Yesterday’s Lies will leave you
asking yourself the questions. What
secrets do you keep from the one you share everything with? How far would you go to protect your
friends? Could your friendship survive
this type of deception? Can a true love
survive the deception and lies?
Praise and Reviews
"A TOUCHING STORY OF FRIENDSHIP BECOMES A POIGNANT, HEARTFELT DRAMA!"
, May 5, 2011
This review is from: Yesterday's Lies (Paperback)
Jada and Toni are best friends, but do they have hidden secrets between
them? Jada lives a happy, beautiful life with her family, is Toni
jealous? Why did Toni date Darien, and was she ever attracted to
Benjamin? How did the lives of the characters interwine in unexpected
ways? Friends share joy, tears and are there for each other, but do they
lead the same lifestyle? When secrets from the past are revealed, will
the friendship ever be the same? What did Toni do when she found out she
was pregnant? How did Toni react when Benjamin was back in her life?
Who became upset about Gina's pregnancy? Who is Toni's true love, and
what was their favorite song? Why did Benjamin go to jail, and who was
Vince in love with? I highly recommend this novel to all contemporary
fiction lovers, who enjoy compelling stories, with a blend of romance
and drama. Terri D. creates an intriguing story, packed with
twists-and-turns, based on the trials-and-tribulations of friendship and
relationships that can indeed return to haunt us. The author introduces
a plot that becomes thought-provoking page-after-page as the reader
craves for more. Terri D. makes one think about insecurity, self-doubt,
and traumatic issues that women deal with throughout their lives.
Touching, enjoyable moments exist as well as betrayal and redemption. Do
the female characters that come to life within the pages of this
emotional story exist inside all women? Will Jada and Toni be friends
forever? Will Toni lead the life she longs for? Does a fine line exist
between love and hate? "YESTERDAY'S LIES" is as compelling as THE COLOR
PURPLE and as entertaining as WAITING TO EXHALE, with Whitney Houston,
and Angela Bassett.
I am from Harrisburg, PA. I am a single mother of three and I have been writing mostly journals, poetry and short stories since my early teens. Yesterday's Lies is my debut novel.
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