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What really happened to Keysha? Did Treasure really kill her mother? Did Keysha even survive? The lives of Monique, Harmony and Treasure are about to change forever Life of terrible choices has taken Keysha down several dark roads, but to be stabbed by someone she loved. All she could think about was Treasure, how would she make it with out her? She had to fight to live and would not die like this she promised. Anyone could be forgiven. Monique had gotten the news of Keysha's death and it was too much for her to take. Even though Monique had been living her life as a good girl, she realizes now that good girls finish last. For once she wanted to win the race. Now, that she was married to Eric and quite wealthy. Until she got the disturbing call that Davon was out of prison. This is where the tables turn. A good girl makes a terrible decision. Harmony is in love with Tristan who's in love with another. She wants him in everyway and decides to marry him. Tristan loves her, but not as much as he loves Jeff, Alex and Elijah. The hardest thing to find out about your man is he's cheating; it's even harder when it's not her, and it's a him. Harmony finally takes the blinders off and takes a page from the book of Keysha. Treasure realizes it is time to take control of her family situation, with the help of someone from her past. Everything was spiraling out of control. Treasure was so much like Keysha and she knew how to play the game. She had put herself in a position to get the women in her family back on top and she didn't care who she stepped on to do it. If she had to lie, betray or kill, she would do just that. The Treasure Box will take you on a journey of lies, deceit and sisterly love. A family love that is ultimately to die for and for some they will.
This is Andrea Lige-Saddler second urban novel. She is the business owner of the company called RISK & RISE. Andrea's company consist of youth empowerment and teen reduction programs. Her plans are to reach as many teen and young emerging adults as possible. To give them the tools to be successful in life, when there is no one to cheer them on.