Book: We Were Still Kids by Nataisha Hillcategories: Book, African American Romance, Urban Crime Fiction, Mystery Suspense, Urban Suspense Thriller, Mystery Thriller, African America Interest, Childhood Issues, Chic Lit, Urban Fiction
Nataisha Hillabout this book: No one knows what life may bring. You work hard to have the things you desire and you continue to strive for success until your ultimate goal is achieved. All you really want is the good life in the end. But no one tells you about the bumps and bruises along the way that were unexpected. No one tells you how to deal with hurtful experiences that you didn't think would happen to you. Without finding ways to properly cope with tragedy, we fold and we're left feeling empty and confused. Our frustration begins to play out in our everyday encounters.
Unfortunately for Charlie, she becomes the poster child for suppression. Instead of dealing with her childhood issues, she keeps her plate full by adding work on top of work. No matter how hard she tried to deal with the cards she was dealt, her soul-stirring past continued to interfere with her present. Her means to an end isn't what she thought it would be.
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