Urban/Women’s Fiction – Behind Closed Doors, Part 2

Behind Closed DoorsBehind Closed Doors, Part 2
By A.L. Smith
Publisher: Kiki Swinson Presents
Published: July 2015
ASIN: B01182WXOE
Genre: Urban/women’s fiction
Formats Available For Review: Kindle

Human Trafficking is usually considered an international phenomenon and women from third world countries are often the first images that come to mind. But step into the world of Dana Toussaint….

Born and raised on the ruthless streets of East St. Louis, Dana was accustomed to a life of privilege; thanks to her father, a Haitian-born immigrant and notorious drug lord. Dana’s mother; a materialistic southern bell from South Louisiana, is consumed by the good life, as memories of her upbringing in an East New Orleans housing project become a distant memory. In spite of the similarities between the Haitian and Louisiana Creole cultures, the marriage unravels and the unthinkable occurs when Dana’s father abruptly abandons the family.

At the age of 12, Dana becomes the ultimate sacrifice and her mother brokers the deal…

Will Dana overcome her dire circumstances or will she become another statistic?

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