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Love or Loyalty Nikki Alston

Love or Loyalty

Nikki Alston

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310 pages
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They say without love, there is no loyalty, but what happens when love & loyalty war against each other?Sandra McKnight always had a forgetful heart, even when travesties were committed against her by those closest- she still found a way toMoreThey say without love, there is no loyalty, but what happens when love & loyalty war against each other?Sandra McKnight always had a forgetful heart, even when travesties were committed against her by those closest- she still found a way to forget, and move past the hurt.From the abuse of her stepfather when she was growing up, her mothers betrayal in deciding to stay with him, and eventually the betrayal of her husband Sean, Sandy still found a way to pick up the pieces of her broken heart, and forget. It wasn’t until Sean was brutally murdered that Sandy realized that forgetting was not the same thing as forgiving. His death stripped her of the only coping mechanism she had, and that thrust her into a depressive state.Sandy felt like she would never love another man again as much as she loved Sean, but then she met Joe and his family.Joseph Davis was a widower with three teenage kids, and they were all out of control. When their mother suddenly died, it threw the Davis household into a state of turmoil. As Joe dealt with the dysfunction of his family life, Sandy stayed by his side, and eventually their love blossomed. Not only did she love Joe, she loved his kids, and became vigilant in her efforts to save them from destruction. However, her presence was met with a brutal resistance, and then after the announcement of their engagement, it catapulted this family into a catastrophic downward spiral.It was a slow process, but gradually things started to change for the better, and soon their detestation and disrespect turned into love. It finally appeared that they could possibly become one big happy family at least that was until Sandy made a discovery that would induce the greatest dilemma of her entire life.This discovery forced her to decide whether or not her love for Joe, outweighed the loyalty she still had for her dead husband? And if it did, was she was ready to embark on the ultimate test that would determine if she had really mastered the art of forgiveness