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Twist of FATE by Nikki Flower

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Egypt Winters is abandoned by her mother at birth. Raised by her God-fearing grandmother and fast-living aunt, Egypt eventually abandons them for the harsh streets of Pittsburgh. Turning her back on God, Egypt makes one bad choice after another until a single split decision leaves her in the hands of a sadistic, local drug dealer. She is held hostage by the one-time friend, raped and sold into sexual bondage. While repeatedly force fed heroin to keep her from escaping, she coasts through her life, past and present, searching for the answer to one question. How did she get to this point? She slowly connects the dots. An alcoholic by age sixteen, a drug addict for years after that, a street hustler and small-time dealer, a single mother whose father is brutally murdered, and a lesbian who rejects the one woman who loves her, Egypt’s life is adrift. Little does she know that the woman who gave her up at birth may yet bring her back to God. A twist of fate is knocking at the front door, and Egypt must decide whether to turn to hell’s angel and end it all or find comfort from God and family she’s come to hate

Nichole Flowers is an inspiring writer who has breathed life back into street journalism. Writing with pure emotion from her heart, she has already penned many more novels that have yet to be released. With her truth wrapped in a beautiful lie, she can tell a story that will keep you up late at night and into the wee hours of the morning. She invites you into these pieces of her world so that you can experience life through her eyes. Raw and savvy, clear and uncut, street knowledgeable and educated, Nichole writes about the everyday lives of everyday people and will keep you in suspense with every word, every page, and every chapter. With a touch of class, a bit of wisdom, and a dose of harsh reality, she can make the words on a page come alive. What reader could ask for anything more?