Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Touchstone; Original edition (June 7, 2011)
Reviewed by Idrissa Uqdah
Money, Money, Money, Money...Money!
Who wouldn't jump at an offer of five million dollars, free and clear? The main characters in Victoria Christopher Murray's latest release, The Deal, The Dance and the Devil learn the hard way that some things shouldn't be for sale at any price, for any reason.
Evia and Adam Langston have loved each other since forever. When she found herself pregnant with his child while they were still in high school, they didn't think twice about getting married. With the support of his devoted single mother; they managed to graduate and were determined to make their way out of the poverty-stricken D.C. neighborhood where they grew up.
Adam's mother believed that loving God with all of your heart and getting
a good education were the answers to a life out of the curse of poverty that
had plagued her family for generations. She helped the young couple take
care of their twin daughters while working her fingers to the bone at a
low-wage job at night.
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