Winner of the 2011 International Award for fiction and Literature & National Indie Award for Excellence in General Fiction for 2011!
If you loved Webs of Power, You’ll Love This Book Even More!!!
Twisted Webs grabs, and keeps, your attention from the very first line of the prologue to the very last line of the book. It is truly gripping and I was always eager to get back to this book as soon as I could! Darlene weaves a fascinating story around the abduction of an identical twin girl at birth and thereby begins a roller coaster ride of events and we are never sure of what the outcome will be until the end. This is an outstanding book that I would highly recommend. Don’t lose out – buy it as soon as it’s available!! – Kim Anderson
A baby girl is stolen, and tightly woven webs of deception encase her and two families for eight traumatic years.
The stunningly beautiful and elegant Ashleigh Taylor gives birth to twin daughters while she’s in Long Beach visiting her father figure, Charles Stuart, the founder of Bentley’s Royale. Hours later, a parent’s worst nightmare occurs: Cassie is kidnapped. Twisted Webs unravels the mystery of the abduction of Callie’s identical twin, and why. With the same drama, tension, and high style that hooked readers of Webs of Power, the author invites loyal fans and readers new to the series to step into this provocative sequel set in the 1990s. There is plenty going on to keep them turning pages all the way to the end.
Darlene Quinn probes with candor and sensitivity the shock and despair, the anger and frustration of parents suddenly missing a child and the long-term effects on a family wrestling with these emotions. Each of the novel’s complementary storylines ties to the redemptive theme of motherhood.
Readers crisscross the USA, from LA to New York, as vivid scenes of luxury, envy, retail empire power plays, backstabbing, lust, haute couture, and manipulation play out among the supporting cast of spirited, talented, and oftentimes snarky personalities—some of whom are familiar, others new.
Suspense electrifies the pages of each short, fast-paced chapter—at the close of which Quinn has crafted a knockout ending.