True Lies by Margaret Johnson-Hodge

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The last time Dajah Moore took a chance, she was eight, and a wild, downhill bike ride left her with a scar on her knee - which is nothing compared to the ones that now criss-cross her heart. Life has made Dajah into a cautious and wise sister who’s a hardworking accountant that doesn’t hand out second chances. When she meets Rick Trimmons, the handsome corrections officer, she falls hard. Everything about Rick, from his soulful eyes to his straightforward talk, tells Dajah she’s met someone who will never play her, but Rick‘s five year old daughter Kanisha and the antics of Kanisha’s mother —Gina— says different. With the emotional resonance of real, complicated lives, True Lies is about life’s uneasy answers, and how sometimes we live lies for so long, it becomes our truth....

About Margaret Johnson-Hodge

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Margaret Johnson-Hodge has always loved words and reading, and became serious about writing when she took a writer's workshop with Brenda Connor-Bey. She has been published in "Long Journey Home," a poetry anthology, and is the author of "The Real Deal," She lives in the northeastern United States.
Published July 15, 2013 by Kensington Publishing Corporation. 387 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Dajah and Rick argue constantly, and unemployed Gina is a relentless irritant—manipulating, blackmailing and stealing from Rick, using Kanisha as her trump card against him.

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