What's Done in the Dark
ReShonda Tate Billingsley
Felise has everything a woman could need or want—except affection—from her husband, Greg. For the last fifteen years, she’s only existed in her marriage. One night Felise is enraged after planning a romantic evening to celebrate her anniversary, only to have it ruined by Greg. He’s brought no flowers, candy, card, or anything else to express his love. In fact, he doesn’t even remember it is their anniversary.
Felise leaves home disappointed, and later ends up in a local bar, staring into the eyes of her old high school boyfriend Stephen. This is the same Stephen who is now the husband of her best friend Paula. Marital issues, a few drinks, and an old boyfriend are a recipe for disaster.
Felise is debating whether she should take Stephen up on his invitation to his hotel room or walk out the front door of the bar and go home. What will Felise do?
What’s Done in the Dark is ReShonda Tate Billingsley’s latest novel that is full of twists, turns, and surprises. This book is a good read for the individual or perfect for a book group.
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ReShonda Tate Billinglsey Website
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ReShonda Tate Billinglsey at Simon & Schuster
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