“No” is definitely not your favorite word.

You can’t stand to hear it in any form. You can’t stand to read it and you very rarely say it. You hate the word because it only means you can’t have something you want. That’s a word you’ve removed from your vocabulary.

So how far would you go to get your heart’s greatest desire?  In the new book “Nothing to Lose” by Angela Winter, three friends want what they want—and they’ll destroy lives to get it.

Sherise Robinson was “demanding and spoiled, and that was the way she liked it.” She’d grown up on in Southeast D.C. and had clawed her way to where she was, working with the man who would surely be the next President of the United States.

Yes, she was at the top of her game, but it hadn’t been easy. Sherise had slept with a lot of men, both for revenge and for social position. It had almost cost her marriage but she and Justin had been in therapy and were now more in love than ever before. Sherise only hoped that would be enough if, for some reason, the lid was ever blown off the biggest potential scandal of all-time.

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