Kasen has always picked up the pieces of his brother’s mess, but he will soon find out you can’t help everybody, including your family. Anton thinks the world revolves around him. He believes anything he wants, he can have, even if it hurts the people closest to him.
Venice’s life seems picture perfect, but it’s so far from the truth. She feels like she’s chosen the wrong man to spend the rest of her life with. She knows who she should have selected, and decides it’s time to go after what she wants for a change.
You will see relationships jam-packed with deceit. You will see betrayal at its best. You will see consequences far surpassing anything any of them could have imagined. A Brother’s Divide will have you hooked from the very first minute. This addictive novel poses the question is blood thicker than water?
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- Amazon Customer
The book was ok but when black authors write urban books please stop getting white narrators. They read like they think black people talk.
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- Sweetest pages
I thought this book was amazing. It captivated you from the beginning to the end. Get thru the 1st chapter and you will want to keep going. A previous reviewer had an issue with this narrator narrating this book but I thought he did a great job. The problem with people is thinking a certain race should narrate certain books. Exposed by Naomi Chase, her book was read by Diana Luke, who killed that series and she is Caucasian. Jakobi Diem (African American) has read all genres and is amazing as well. There is a huge list of crossover narrators. When you are good, you're good, Periodt and I think Hayden was fantastic!