In her most stunning, riveting, unstoppable novel yet, best-selling and critically acclaimed author Tracy Brown delivers the not-to-be-missed sequel to Snapped.
Misa has confessed to the murder of drug lord Steven Bingham, her sister’s brother-in-law, and everything is turned upside down. Misa faces jail time and the loss of her son forever, Frankie is out for revenge, and Camille has just dropped another bomb on Frankie, telling her estranged husband (and his mistress) that she is pregnant with his child.
Their friends, Dominique and Toya, gather around Camille and Misa in their time of need, but storm clouds have gathered over their own lives as well. Dominique’s daughter has gone missing, and a dark figure from Toya’s past has come back with a vengeance. Against the backdrop of a high-profile murder case, these four friends will band together like they never have before as they confront the demons of their pasts and an uncertain future. And in the end, they will be forever changed.
©2011 Tracy Brown (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
“[In] Brown’s scorching sequel to Snapped…Misa must deal with her feelings of inadequacy as a mother able to protect her child and face a stirring courtroom showdown.” (Publishers Weekly)
LIFE just happens that way sometimes!
This book was amazing I loved every bit of it. I read the first one and wanted to know what happened after. The ending was my favorite. What comes around goes around.
I couldnt stop listening I enjoyed this book soooo much starting with the first book!!!! This book was a favorite for me!!!
As a way to fill my drive-time, this long story was adequate.
The Racketeer by John Grisham.
When the mom brought her pregnant teenager home.
To appreciate the daily struggles of those forced into survival because of the limited moral and social development.
Too many vulgarities and lack of depth to the story.
This book was absolutely fabulous. I bought Snapped first and immediately bought Aftermath. I hope there is another book coming. I would love more on Frankie, Gillian and Camille. Also on Baron and Misa. Tracy Brown is a great writer. I was captivated and couldn't stop listening.
This book could've been writtin in under 400 pages, but it seems the author was concerned w/details. With the number of characters and detail it made this a long book which wasn't a good pick for a BOTM read. One of our members choose it as our monthly read, we have reveiwers in our group, and members who have personals reads they want to get to and a life...Trying to fit in a book is already a challenge but one over 400 pages is huge.
How all the characters were connected in some way, blood, marriage or sisterhood.
I could stop listening and wishing I read along.... both snapped and aftermath catch my attention.... now I'm left wondering what happen to everyone because it can't be a end... it shouldn't be
I loved White Lines and Book 1 of this series. I just got annoyed with most of these women in Aftermath! I think Toya is hilarious and her Mom. I was annoyed that Camille stopped taking the pill to get pregnant even though Frankie didn't want kids and then did a woe is me act. He was wrong for leaving her but I stopped feeling bad for her when she kept acting like he was awful for not want her and a baby. I loved some other aspects but it was dragged out too much for me. I will always love Tracy Brown and will continue to get her books.
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