Starts with a hook and then seems to slow down but catches up quickly and stays fast paced.
Following a daughter of a brothel house, her mother and daughter and how everyone is connected in New Orleans or any town for that matter, Forbidden Fruit touches on relationships in a complicated way.
What would you do if you lived amongst people who sold their bodies? Would you change your name, conceal your identity and marry someone of great wealth in efforts to change yourself? Believe your first, and only, child to be a curse based on her being a female in a long line of female heritage?
What would you do if at age 30 you discovered half of who you are and were meant to be was stolen from you? By your own mother?
Forbidden Fruit answers what Lily, the madam, went through when losing her daughter because of her wicked ways. But do your controversial choices in profession change or make you evil?
See how a young boy of a murdered mother who chose a similar path as Lily faces his own demons and connects three generations of lost soles, attempting to find his own but possibly finding more.
An outstanding book by a now best-selling and such a personable author. If you haven’t read Erica Spindler make sure she’s on your to-read list.
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