Based on lust and hate, “Nothing Can Come Between Us” is a page-turning drama laced with sex, drugs, money, and betrayal. After she suffers a broken heart, an evil persona emerges in the beautiful and sexy McKeisha.
Becoming unstable, McKeisha develops an unhealthy obsession with her naive best friend’s boyfriend. When a crisis occurs, McKeisha uses the opportunity to commit the ultimate betrayal, going on a path of backstabbing, deceit, and stopping at nothing to get what she wants.
Seeing her childhood friends, Sha’Lena and Dominique, achieve their dreams of musical stardom, adds fuel to the fire and McKeisha’s jealousy soon boils over. One girl’s life will be tragically cut short. Will they find the courage to end this deadly friendship, or will McKeisha get caught in her own web of deception?
“Nothing Can Come Between Us”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Brenda Tashia
Damn, this was my first read by Cherlina and I must say she did not disappoint. I was hooked from the very beginning, Mekiesha, was one of the wild jealous best friends that wanted everything her way. Plus she didn’t mind getting her hand dirty to do so, she was very scheming, and grimy
I can’t believe how naive Sha’Lena was after all those years of everyone especially Dominique letting her know of the individuals she shouldn’t trust. Instead she dismissed it, and still were around the individuals who were betraying her.
I’m glad Dominique finally found love because her first love was beyond crazy. She’s a real friend, and sister that sees right through people.
It sad how when one person came around havoc seemed to follow. When the truth was revealed my jaw dropped because I would of never excepted the outcome, yet the saying goes that karma a bitch. This was a amazing read, ill recommend to anyone.
About the Author
Cherlina Works was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. She enjoys creative writing, aerobics, watching sporting events, and music. She is the author of Jewel’s Magical Christmas, and her debut novel, Nothing Can Come Between Us: Well, Maybe a Hater received the Princeton Literary Review Bronze Standard for Literary Excellence. Her sophomore novel, When The Nigga His Brother was just released.
“Always write with passion. Think of writing as a way of bringing all your hopes, thoughts, and dreams to life.” Cherlina Works