This is by far the second book that I have read under the belt of one of the world's famous author Sidney Sheldon. I admit I'm not really a fan at first (which I really am most of the time). The first work of his, that I have ever read was entitled "Tell me your Dreams" which I just grabbed without looking at the title nor author not until I finished the whole book, and, the only reason why I read it was because my of classmate who thought that I was so bored (which I totally was) while waiting for the time for our shift to end. (OJT's and it's quirks)
Looking back now, I wouldn't have known how awesome his books were if it weren't for that classmate of mine who introduced me (unbeknown to her) to Sidney's work (thank goodness) and for that I'm truly thankful.
Anyhow, this post is about another work of his entitled...
Tracy Whitney almost have everything. She works as an operator in the Bank of Philadelphia. She is engaged to a wealthy heir who came from a prominent family named Charles Stanhope III. She has a promotion coming up when she comes home from her honeymoon and she's expecting a baby. Her life is completely laid out and perfect until she received a very tragic news. Her beloved mother committed suicide after Joe Romano, one of the right hand man of New Orleans Mafia Don, scammed her.
In rage because of the fact, Tracy went to New Orleans to confront Joe Romano which leads to uneventful that land her in prison. Tracy's hope crushed one by one when her attorney who convinced her to take a guilty plea despite her innocence in order to lessen her sentence for three supposed to defend her innocence, sent her in a fifteen year sentence instead.
She soon realized that the judge who was presiding her case and Joe Romano were ally and both work for the infamous mafia Don. Now shunned by her boss, a broken engagement and the man who's supposed to be there for her turn his back to her and their unborn child, Tracy must face the challenges in her life all in her own.
How will Tracy face her life as prisoner?
What will become of her and her unborn child?
Can she still find the justice that was left unserved?
What will become of her?
Find out as you read through the pages of Sheldon's work as you witness how Tracy's tomorrow came.