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Author: Ashley Antoinette Narrator: Nicole Small Publisher: Urban Audiobooks Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Ethic Series Release Date: November 2018 ISBN: 9781538413647
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Love should burn slow, but with Ezra “Ethic” Okafor it is always fast and fleeting. After an accidental killing affects Alani, the woman he loves, she thinks he’s a monster. Separated by tragedy, the pair endure a loss like nothing they have ever felt and their connection is impossible to repair.

Ethic is reduced to misery and raising his children alone once again. With Morgan in the throes of a passionate love affair and Bella in need of guidance that he can’t provide, Ethic is in turmoil. He’s failing as a man and the fingerprint he is leaving on the world is a bloody one.

In this second installment of this epic love story, Ashley Antoinette taps into the soul of her readers as she explores the limits of love and forgiveness. Is anything truly unforgivable? Or is Ethic the one man who can love a woman back from the edge of madness.

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About the Author

Ashley Antoinette Coleman is one of the most successful female writers of her time. The feminine half of the popular, married Ashley and JaQuavis duo, she has cowritten over forty novels. Several of her titles have hit the New York Times bestsellers list. Born in Flint, Michigan, she was bred with an innate street sense that she uses as motivation in her crime-filled writings.

About the Narrator

Nicole Small (a.k.a. Shayna Small) is an actress/singer born and raised in Chicago. In the middle of her freshman year of high school she relocated to Baltimore to attend a performing arts school. She holds a BFA in drama at the Juilliard School. Her theater credits include Hurt Village and The Threepenny Opera.