Chosen 3 : A Street King's Obsession
Christina Jackson was chosen by Diego Caraway, simply because somehow she seemed to have stolen his heart and soared above many others in what was only supposed to be a competition to choose his bride. After backstabbing Dena pulled unrealistic and drastic stunts to prove a point to Diego's mother Keisha, and to show Diego that he'd made a mistake by choosing Christina over her, it leaves the couple in shambles. Diego's thoughts, unfortunately, aren't on his marriage, which drives Christina to fantasize about an affair with her close friend Chad. He also neglects his friendships as he wallows in Dena's glory of defeating him and ripping through his family. To her dismay, Diego only serves a sentence of three months behind bars before he's free, and the hunt was on to find the villainous young woman. In the final installment, the couple comes face to face with Diego's addiction to liquor and money, and if he doesn't snap out of it, then he might have to come to grips with losing Christina for good. If not losing her because of his long nights and early mornings and his drunken messes, then it would most definitely be to a tall, corporate Black stallion whom Christina has already had relations with. Will he finally step up and leave the past behind him, and sober up just enough to prove his love for her before it's too late? Even the Caraway family is at odds when the truth about what Markiesha did to Dena is brought to the forefront. Christina must stand in between the three conniving people and try to patch things up before she makes the ultimate decision to walk away from all of the drama. But is there a shimmer of hope to stay and marry into the craziness? Is love even strong enough for her to claim Diego's hand after all that's happened? Is she as strong as she appears to be? Hopefully, Diego can show his woman why it was she was chosen in the first place before she slips out of his grasp and walks away into a much better life than the troubles that Jackson, Mississippi has held.
- Paperback | 286 pages
- 152 x 229 x 15mm | 387g
- 14 Feb 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform