|"What's Done In The Dark"|
|Author, Reshonda Tate Billingsley|
How many times have you heard someone say, "What's Done In the Dark, Will Surely Come to Light?"
It's one of those clichés that most of us African Americans have heard all our lives.
But, imagine being the one who was caught in the dark and exposed for all to see.
This was my book club's selection this month. My pick. And true to Reshonda Tate Billingsley form, she has written another novel that will leave a sister girl with the expression "SMH."
I'm still shaking my head and I finished this book two weeks ago.
From Reshonda Tate Billingsley:
"Felise is not the kind of woman to cheat on her husband—especially with her best friend’s man. But after one perfect storm of a night, it happened…and she can hardly believe it herself. To top it off, when she woke up in the morning, she found that the man to whom she guiltily made passionate love died of a heart attack overnight. Felise, who is a nurse and a good citizen at that, leaves the hotel room without reporting his death.
When her best friend, Paula, finds out about her husband’s sudden death a day later, Felise is overcome with guilt and grief. She must be there for her friend and her family, but when her husband repeatedly tries to apologize for his absentminded behavior and Paula starts investigating who Stephen was with the night he died, Felise finds it hard to hold herself together. Should she come clean and tell everyone what she did? Or should she just let it go and move past the mistake on her own?"
This pick certainly evoked a lively discussion among my book club members, along with some mixed feelings about "Should you tell or shouldn't you?"