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Sand Cove 2 : Cold Summer
by Niyah Moore




Overview -

"Some secrets you have to be prepared to take to the grave, but if you truly want to keep a secret, you must hide it from yourself."

From the outside looking in, the residents of Sand Cove are perfect, but their countless secrets and lies are under the guise of expensive perfumes and honey-sweet smiles. Summer has come around again, yet it doesn't feel like summer. The sky isn't blazed in blue, and the sun isn't a celebration of oranges and yellows. It has been eight months since Luca Moretti's murder, and Agent Tyler must deal with the fact that Luca's murder may never be solved.


Alohnzo is in love with Tahira and is anxious for the perfect moment to propose, but her nightmares of her husband are taking a toll on their relationship. He also wants to run the family business without Alistair, but his father's wish is for both of his sons to run the company. When Pops has a stroke, Alistair returns to Sand Cove with a surprise of his own with Kinsley. He feels confident that he can fulfill his father's business dreams, making Alohnzo wish he stayed away.

Noble and Tru Mason need to find a way to save their multi-million-dollar cosmetic company. Still, with social media and technology dominating the industry, they are faced with the tough decision of selling or shutting down for good. Tru is ready to move forward, but will Noble's relentless spirit ruin their marriage?
Tahira sells her home to retired reality court TV Judge Sidra Embry. She's a divorced mother of three and her youngest gorgeous daughter, Tori, still lives at home and is filming a reality show of her own. What happens when Sidra and her boyfriend discover a hidden room that reveals a deep dark secret that will shake things up for Sand Cove once again?

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Overview

"Some secrets you have to be prepared to take to the grave, but if you truly want to keep a secret, you must hide it from yourself."

From the outside looking in, the residents of Sand Cove are perfect, but their countless secrets and lies are under the guise of expensive perfumes and honey-sweet smiles. Summer has come around again, yet it doesn't feel like summer. The sky isn't blazed in blue, and the sun isn't a celebration of oranges and yellows. It has been eight months since Luca Moretti's murder, and Agent Tyler must deal with the fact that Luca's murder may never be solved.


Alohnzo is in love with Tahira and is anxious for the perfect moment to propose, but her nightmares of her husband are taking a toll on their relationship. He also wants to run the family business without Alistair, but his father's wish is for both of his sons to run the company. When Pops has a stroke, Alistair returns to Sand Cove with a surprise of his own with Kinsley. He feels confident that he can fulfill his father's business dreams, making Alohnzo wish he stayed away.

Noble and Tru Mason need to find a way to save their multi-million-dollar cosmetic company. Still, with social media and technology dominating the industry, they are faced with the tough decision of selling or shutting down for good. Tru is ready to move forward, but will Noble's relentless spirit ruin their marriage?
Tahira sells her home to retired reality court TV Judge Sidra Embry. She's a divorced mother of three and her youngest gorgeous daughter, Tori, still lives at home and is filming a reality show of her own. What happens when Sidra and her boyfriend discover a hidden room that reveals a deep dark secret that will shake things up for Sand Cove once again?


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781645561880
  • ISBN-10: 1645561887
  • Publisher: Urban Renaissance
  • Publish Date: February 2021
  • Page Count: 304
  • Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.4 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.62 pounds


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