The Sisters of Theta Phi Kappa by Kayla Perrin
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Jessica, Ellie, Shereen, and Yolanda were the brightest stars of the Theta Phi Kappa Sorority at Howard University. Now, ten years later, they seem to have it all. Jessica is in the limelight, a TV personality whose star is on the rise. Ellie is an optimist, happily engaged in the quest for love. Shereen is a stunning and powerful executive, and Yolanda, the strong-willed leader of the group, has defied her roots to capture her vision of the American dream. But years before, these four women banded together to keep a devastating secret-and now, ten years later, someone will do anything to see the secret brought to light. None of them anticipated the consequences of keeping the secret-and now, someone is trying to shatter all their lives. Intense, powerful, page-turning, and emotional, The Sisters of Theta Phi Kappa will keep you guessing and will make you think about the depths of friendship, the price of loyalty, and the bonds of sisterhood.
 

About Kayla Perrin

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Kayla Perrin is the author of nine novels. She has received an Arts Acclaim Award for her writing from the city of Brampton, Ontario. Her novel Sweet Honesty was optioned for a television movie. Kayla spends her time between Toronto and Miami, Florida.
 
Published January 1, 2001 by St. Martin's Press. 352 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Jessica, Shereen, Ellie, and Yolanda were the Fabulous Four at Howard University: inseparable then, and, ten years later, still very much a part of each others’ lives.

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In contrast to its well-constructed predecessor, The Sisters of Theta Phi Kappa (2001), Canadian author Perrin's second sorority-themed romantic suspense novel fails to grip.

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But trouble surfaces when Jessica starts receiving mysterious and increasingly threatening letters that refer to an affair she had back in college with Andrew Bell, a handsome professor.

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