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Spoiled Secrets

Narrated by: Cee Scott
Length: 8 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Material things are given aplenty. Money is no problem. Faith is survival. Safety and protection is lacking. For Amber Wallace, the only child of a well-to-do family, it seems as if she has it all. People from the outside envy her and want what she has. As the onlookers wish for her greener pastures, she craves for the normalcy. She might be spoiled, but it comes with a heavy price and plenty of secrets.

©2016 Ebony Nicole Donahue (P)2017 Ebony Nicole Donahue

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An overall well-written and narrated book. You will love some characters and truly hate others as the story unfolds. Ebony does a great job describing the characters and events, so as you listen, you will truly get a graphic visualization.

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Spoiled Secrets

Amber Wallace endured so much! She was indeed a broken soul but was gradually mending. The demented love she suffered at the hands of her sexual predator/sociopath of a father damaged her. But her protector " the miracle of a man" in the form of Chase Williams was there.
The chapter entitled "Letter to God" was so harsh but real. She was venting her frustration to God.
My favorite part was at graduation- Chase's proposal.