In TRUE LOVE, Brenda Jackson writes with a smooth pen and a very distinctive voice. Prepare yourself for twists, turns, and family secrets that only add wonder to an already enjoyable story.

What starts out as an act of revenge for Shayla Kirkland turns into something more than she ever imagined. She wants to destroy Chenault Electronics, but as the story unfolds, Shayla faces one of the biggest decisions of her life.

When Nicholas Chenault interviews Shayla and finds himself completely attracted to her, he decides she is not the best person for the job. He just doesnt want that much temptation around on a daily basis. When his head of security convinces him hed be a fool to let her get hired by the competition, Nicholas reluctantly offers her the job. So begin their attempts to ignore the strong attraction they feel for each other.

There is a touch of intrigue as breaches in security are happening to Chenault Electronics and everyone is wondering who the culprit is. The competition is an obvious suspect, but when Nicholas discovers Shaylas objective the plot thickens, and long-kept secrets are soon brought to the surface. (Sep., 307 pp., $6.00)

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Tullos