#CKBookClub: Secret Society By Miasha

Happy Tuesday! Can you guys believe it is July already?! For today’s post I’m sharing a book review of a novel that I recently finished called Secret Society by Miasha. If you are interested in learning more about this book then keep reading for all the deets.

#ckbookclub: secret society by miasha

Description: It’s 2001, and Celess and Tina are at the top of their game with Celess’s fine features and Tina’s voluptuous body, they attract attention from wherever they go. From New York to Philly to Delaware, they hit all the clubs and every big party with the baddest outfits. And they don’t pay for a thing. Celess has no job and no need to worry about getting one with boyfriends like O, Tariq, and James lining up to buy her the latest designer clothes, the hottest jewelry and the most expensive cars. But Tina’s and Celess’s fast, packed lives are about to catch up with them. The two share a devastating secret, and when it’s revealed, Celess will need every ounce of her street smarts to survive. This book has a twist that will leave you shocked!

# Of Pages: 174

About The Author: Twenty four year old Miasha was born and raised in West Philadelphia. She currently lives in the suburbs outside Atlanta  with her husband and young son. This is her first novel. For more information, visit her website at www.miasha.com

My Thoughts: Oh my, where do I begin? This book definitely has a twist that I did not see coming and I was on the edge of my seat every time I would read this book. I typically read for leisure while I’m eating my lunch and I am so glad that I picked this book up it was full of drama, action, sex, and violence. The main characters Tina and Celess really take you on a journey through their entire lives from kids to adults and they share all the good and bad, and trust there is a lot of bad that they have been through. This book covers a lot of important issues from deception, sexual abuse, and sexuality and I must admit there are some parts of the book that may be a little hard to read at times just because of what the characters are going through. This book is a quick and easy read because it is not that long and I definitely recommend this book to all of my readers.

What book are you currently reading? Let me know in the comments.

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