Don't miss Scandalous Secrets, the next sexy and irresistible book in Synithia Williams's Jackson Falls series featuring the Robidoux family!
Byron Robidoux's dreams are right in front of him for the taking. He's so close to a seat in the Senate that he can taste it...until a man threatens to expose him as a deadbeat dad and ruin his political career. Byron would love to deny the rumors and expose this man for the liar he is...but things aren't as simple as they appear. For years ago, Byron agreed to be named on the birth certificate of his close friend--and first love--Zoe Hammond to keep her out of reach from her abusive partner. He'd even agreed to marry her, but then she disappeared and he never heard from her again. Now, with everything on the line, he still won't ever betray her...but he has to find her and know she's okay.
Zoe Hammond has made a life for herself and her daughter and she's incredibly proud of that. Protecting her daughter is the only thing that matters to her. So when Byron comes back into her life, the last thing she wants is the white-hot attention of a political campaign. But as word of their secret starts to leak, they're forced to deal with the situation together. They never counted on sparks flying between them or for their friendship to ignite into something more. But when Zoe's daughter is targeted, Byron will do anything to protect them...even sacrifice his dreams for a chance at his first love.
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About the Author
Adenrele Ojo is an actress, dancer, and audiobook narrator, winner of over a dozen Earphones Awards and the prestigious Audie Award for best narration in 2018. She made her on-screen debut in My Little Girl, starring Jennifer Lopez, and has since starred in several other films. She has also performed extensively with the Philadelphia Dance Company. As the daughter of John E. Allen, Jr., founder and artistic director of Freedom Theatre, the oldest African American theater in Pennsylvania, is no stranger to the stage. In 2010 she performed in the Fountain Theatre's production of The Ballad of Emmett Till, which won the 2010 LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award and the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for Best Ensemble. Other plays include August Wilson's Jitney and Freedom Theatre's own Black Nativity, where she played Mary.