In Search of A Healing Place by Nikki Walker is a good story.
Tyrone is fresh out of jail and has been turned away from the life of luxury that the family hotel chain used to afford him. He is the youngest son and spoiled. He transitions from jail to working for his father as a Mail Department Manager. Not exactly what he envisioned while serving his time. Nor did he think he’d be living in a rental that he would have to pay for out of his new, greatly-reduced salary. Farryn who is his father’s personal assistant, is assigned to help Tyrone transition to a much simpler life.
Tyrone has to figure out how to make peace with his brother and sister-in-law Cherise. Tyrone raped Cherise during a frat party. This assault continues to hurt his family, The family is trying very hard to deal with what happened. None of them have quite figured out how to deal with the fact that Tyrone is the father of Diamond and the child that resulted from the rape.
Tyrone was a mess. He is arrogant and rude and had no problem taking what is not his.
I enjoy the realness of the characters and the situations. The synopsis attracted me to the story. I felt the book was inspirational.
I recommend this book to all. It will make a great book club discussion.
-Reviewed by Barbara
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