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About The Book
Will Tracy is a good, God-fearing man who had a shaky childhood as he watched his father abuse his mother. But now he’s grown and feeling confident and secure that he has finally met the woman he’s been praying God would send him to be able feel the security he’s always craved. Morgan is beautiful and appears to be the perfect Christian woman. But once Will pledges his life to her, he nearly loses his.... After a series of strange, inexplicable “accidents” plague him, he starts to wonder if the woman he married is all that she outwardly appears to be—or if he’s indeed sleeping with the enemy. He continues to honor the vows he made to God and to Morgan. But is this wife of his really a gift from God? Or is she the devil in disguise?
Do you really know your spouse? Do you really know what he or she is capable of? Monique Miller answers these questions in the pages of Quiet As It’s Kept. Will Tracy believes he has married the perfect woman in Morgan Tracy. Will has a beautiful wife, a healthy son, and wonderful home but all is not as it seems. The Tracy home is plagued with stress and its taking its toll on Will and Morgan.
Morgan Tracy is living the high life with the security she has always wanted until… When her husband is laid off from his job and Morgan has to pick up the slack, her behaviors take a drastic change. Morgan soon finds out that she has a solution to their financial problems and sets out to eliminate the stress that has her family on hold. When Morgan’s solutions help the family or hinder them?
Quiet As It’s Kept is domestic violence at its worst. It can be unsuspected and can even go unnoticed. After reading this book it has now became my favorite book by this author because it kept my attention, had me on the edge of my sit to the point that I could not put it down. Readers will be frustrated and will be anticipating the main characters next moves. Quiet As It’s Kept is entertaining, suspenseful, and worth reading. I look forward to the author’s next installment and I definitely recommend this book to others.