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Shelia Robertson should be happy as she walks into the room filled with family and friends. After all, it is a celebration. Instead, Shelia is terrified of how her family will react. For years, she’s kept a secret hidden deep inside, and figured she’d take it to the grave. But she has no choice; she has to tell it. She owes it to her husband, children, and friends. Now, she’s determined to shine a light on what she’s buried.
But Shelia isn’t the only one with a secret. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that Shelia’s family members and her two best friends are also concealing something. One by one, they’re being exposed. And for some of them, it’s a matter of life and death. For others, the truth will change their lives irrevocably. But can they handle the truth?
Filled with family intrigue, dynamic plot shifts, and a whole lot of mystery, Family Secrets is about the surprises that lurk inside all of us and the courage it takes to open up.
| Ricky Robertson should be on top of the world. His son, Derrick, has just fathered a child with the beautiful Stacey Morgan. There’s just one problem: Ricky is sure that Stacey is his daughter from an affair he had years ago. What’s more, she’s on a mission to become Mrs. Derrick Robertson.|
Now, Ricky feels he must keep his son from marrying the girl he feels is his daughter while also keeping her identity a secret. His fear is if the truth comes out, he will lose his wife forever. As he makes his views on the relationship known, family members are starting to ask questions. Will he reveal the truth – or forever hold his peace?
Meanwhile, Derrick and sister Sade begins to piece together the story of their biological mother’s life. What they find out will shock them – but not as much as what Stacey is about to find out about her parents.
The sequel to Sharon Rhodes’s Family Secrets, It’s a Family Affair continues the tale of intrigue as it explores the boundaries of human relationships and desires. In the process, Rhodes asks us to think more deeply about the commitment we make to each other in love and lust and what it means to be a family. More often than not, the answer is: it’s complicated.