Rachel’s Truth

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People who know Rachel Webster would say she’s a hero. Four years ago, her daughter recounts, her mom literally saved her life. Was willing to sacrifice her own in trade. Rachel doesn’t even remember. Things were a little crazy back then.

She’s all better now, she thinks. She’s got everything a young woman could want. She’s got her looks, her health, her lovely family, and her husband Carl, Okeechobee’s automotive kingpin.

But she’s missing something…

When Carl met Rachel it was love at first sight. She was a bad girl with a bad attitude and it excited him. He got the feeling his wife had a wild streak. Hell, Rachel’s sister Jackie all but told him. She’s younger than him, but he liked the challenge to keep up.

Deep in the Everglades, at a place she should never be, Rachel encounters a dangerous man named Truth. It’s a dirty and unexpected encounter, and it going to be one that changes her life.

One minute she’s a pampered princess, living in her palace behind the iron wall of her gated community, the next she’s in gator country, slung over the back of a hot young black man’s motorcycle.

She always liked danger.

Soon, this man named Truth is going to connect the barbed lines of Rachel and Carl’s past, make an electric connection that will excite them all nearly to the point of annihilation.

When Carl is welcomed into her dark world, she could destroy him. But she loves him. He’s straight-laced, got his head screwed on right. He was supposed to save her…

Instead, she’s going to work him over.

She’s going to leave Carl laying in a spreading pool of humiliation at the feet of Rachel’s truth…

1 review for Rachel’s Truth

  1. davidndaria

    Just Drive
    April 11, 2019
    Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

    Rachel Webster knew it was wrong, yet in the morning, on the way to work as a medical transcriptionist at a local hospital, she didn’t buy gas. That evening, on the way to visit her mother, a widow in a nursing home suffering from Alzheimer’s or some other form of dementia, she saw the gas gauge. It was not her first visit to that gas station.

    Carl Webster, Rachel’s husband knew he hit pay dirt in more ways than one when he met his wife. It was love at first sight. He also inherited the Webster auto dealerships. For the first few years of his marriage to Rachel, Carl was ripped to shreds with doubt. Rachel was a wild party girl and that drove Carl insane with jealousy and something else, something much darker.

    Then, it happened. Rachel almost lost a leg because of a car crash with a drunk, spoiled, teenage driver. Years later, she still walked with a limp and suffered from constant pain, but because of a vigorous exercise program comprised of swimming one hundred laps three times per week, she was strong. She was always hot, but now, she was even hotter.

    This is KT Morrison’s new book, Rachel’s Truth. In this book, KT explores the darkness. KT explores the true nature of Rachel and Carl. She does so in the style KT Morrison fans expect. Readers are taken on drives through Florida as if KT has been there. KT’s words have meaning. This book is no exception.

    Truth is often hard to swallow, and these two characters face their truth delivered by a motorcycle club rider coincidentally named Truth. Marvelously direct, Truth is what this couple have needed but never knew until that night when Rachel got gas and lost her wallet in the rundown gas station’s bathroom.

    This is a fun romp where characters go from zero to two hundred mph in a faster than possible way. It’s light switch done right. Humorous, too! Still, this book is not for everyone, but we liked it. My wife and I give this book five stars.

    If you are a fan of cuckold themed stories that go to the extreme side, you’ll like this book… a lot.

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