Tash Hawthorne -
Karma 2 -
Available Now! -
2.5 out of 5 books -
After the birth of Karma and Money's son Mekhi, Money distances himself from the two. He lies to Karma about his whereabouts, telling her that he is working overtime, but that is far from the truth. In all actuality, he is pounding the streets late at night in search of his father. The same man that was responsible for the murder of Karma's mother. Little does Money know, his father will never be found.
Karma cannot understand why Money has refused to be there for her or their child. The loves she has for Money is slowly dwindling. When Money commits an unspeakable act towards her, she is torn on whether or not to tell her family. Karma knows if her family finds out what Money has done, he is as good as dead.
Karma 2 by Tash Hawthorne is a story of love, lies and abuse. It is a story of what lies can really do to destroy a family. Although the author had a decent plot, I felt the story was a bit outlandish and unbelievable. This was especially prevalent near the end of the story. The author has potential, but I think with a good developmental editor, Karma 2 could have been a lot better.
Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews
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