Don't Ever Tell by Brandon Massey

By Brandon Massey

Darkish SECRETS... With a brand new id, a brand new urban to reside in, and an excellent new husband, Rachel Moore believes she's ultimately freed from the demons in her earlier. yet not anything should be further from the reality. For the lethal secrets and techniques she proposal have been lengthy buried are actually near to being exposed... HAVE A WAY... somebody has a vendetta opposed to Rachel. anyone whom she betrayed many years in the past. somebody who's made up our minds to make her pay--no subject what the cost... OF COMING again WITH A VENGEANCE... Now Rachel is aware it really is only a topic of time sooner than her harmful previous meets up together with her present--and destroys every little thing she's labored so demanding for. simply because if there is something that may be counted on--her enemy by no means forgets or forgives and may do no matter what it takes to determine her suffer...

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The passenger side door of the Tahoe swung open. A refrigerator-wide black man attired like a correctional officer scrambled out and ran to the driver’s side of the van. The ski-masked shooter bounded out of the trunk. The blonde took the ring of keys from Cade’s belt, and unlocked the van’s side door. ” She smiled brightly. ” Moving fast, Dexter and the ski-masked man lifted the guard’s corpse off the ground and laid it across the floor of the van. In front, the guy dressed like a guard had gotten behind the wheel and was propping up the wounded guard in the seat to look like a passenger if one gave him a casual glance.

She smiled mischievously. “I don’t know. I woke you up. ” “You should’ve let me sleep through it. I would’ve finished kicking this mystery guy’s ass and then our conversation this morning would be, ‘Baby, you were beating the hell out of somebody in your sleep last night. ’ ” She was trying to make him laugh, and it usually worked. But he pursed his lips tightly. “I don’t know,” he said. it wasn’t funny at all. ” Sitting between them, Coco glanced from him, to Rachel, as if corroborating his story.

It clanged onto the Corian countertop, the impact chipping the mug’s rim. “Sorry,” he said. ” There was no harsh judgment in her eyes; there never was. ” He carefully took out another cup and poured coffee for her. She took it from him, and then set it aside and came into his arms. The top of her head barely reached the middle of his chest. Standing on her tiptoes, she tilted her head backward to look up at him. “I love you,” she said. ” “You’re the best thing that’s ever happened to me. ” He smiled, a little taken aback by her affection.

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