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Summary

Life is perfect for Donna and Kim Boon when they move in with their aunt, until her murder unearths a secret that will alter everything they've ever known. 

Donna and Kim Boon moved to Houston, Texas, with their Aunt Lisa when they were orphaned at 10 years old. Lisa raised the girls as her own, showering them with everything a young woman could want. The girls have grown up into beautiful and privileged Houstonites and are two of the most eligible bachelorettes in the city, with more suitors than they know how to handle. 

Life seems perfect, but when Aunt Lisa is gunned down in cold blood, the girls discover a family secret that will change their lives forever.

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  • Astrian
  • 02-02-19

Very disappointed !

It felt like it was a short that was drawn out to make it seem like a long story. The end was annoying and mk misleading. Why we couldn't get better hints about the parents? It was obvious about Big "K"! This was not worth a credit..it should have been free! It does not live up to nbn the other books in the kingpin series!

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  • Nancy
  • 03-01-19

Not good

The book started out interesting. Then after the kids got away and grew up. The book went downhill. The book didn't make sense. The end of the book was okay. But I got to chapter 11, then I couldn't take it. I then skipped to the last chapter. I usually like Treasure Hernandez books, but this one. No go.

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  • Christopher D. Johnson
  • 30-05-19

Similarly Familiar

This book is very similar to a book called The Circle written by Keisha Ervin. I was listening to this book and thought I had already listened to it.