A Tangled Web

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Kimberly never meant to hurt anyone.
But once a DNA test reveals her longtime boyfriend, Damien, is her half-brother, plus she finds out she’s pregnant, she will go to any length to hide her horrible secret.
Unfortunately for Kent Davenport, he’s the perfect fall guy for her plan, having recently revealed his love for her. But unfortunately for Kimberly, dirty little secrets always come out. More
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About Rose Francis

Rose Francis writes interracial and multicultural romance.
She loves reading and writing psychological fiction, particularly stories addressing difficult topics.
She has been writing from a very early age and is thrilled to have a platform that allows her to bring her tales to the public!

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About the Series: Dangerous Secrets
The Dangerous Secrets series includes unrelated new adult BWWM love stories with one other thing in common: one or more of the main characters has a secret so big, it threatens to derail or even destroy their most important relationships, their personal character, or their entire lives.

The secrets are ‘dirty.’ Scandalous. Taboo.

Secrets anyone would be wise to remain tight-lipped on.

But in these tales, one way or another, that horrible secret gets out.

Let the fallout begin.

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Valenciya Lyons reviewed on on June 3, 2017

What a tangled web it is. The moment I started reading the book, I was thinking please don't let the baby Kimberly's carrying belong to Damien, her half-brother. Please let it be Kent or someone else's baby. I feel so bad for Kent. He fell in love with the wrong woman and got his heart broken into a million tiny pieces. I'm thinking all of this until I find out the baby can now possibly be Kent's. And then I keep reading on and find out that Damien has lost his mind. And he's up to something... Kept reading on to discover that the grandfather, Luke, is as evil as they come. I do feel a little sorry for Damien that is until he hits Kimberly. I have no respect for men who do that to women. All in all, this was a great read and I recommend it to anyone who's looking for something with plot twists and drama.
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