|Grouped Work ID||53f1eeac-33be-c96a-26b4-9d6f7554a08d|
|Grouping Title||darius jones|
|Grouping Author||morrison mary b|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-12-12 04:43:39AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-12 04:44:19AM|
|author||Morrison, Mary B.|
|author_display||Morrison, Mary B|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Large Type|
Columbia Pike Adult Fiction
New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison hooks readers with this compelling novel featuring basketball star Darius Jones. He has it all, but when a tragic accident turns his world upside down, he'll have to fight to get back on top of his game. . .
Darius Jones is living the good life. He's got a chance to become the league's most valuable player, he's crazy in love with his wife, and his relationship with his parents has never been better. But just when Darius thinks everything's going right, a drunk driver slams into his car, leaving his wife, Fancy, in a coma with a slim chance of surviving.
Ashlee Anderson, the mother of Darius' son, immediately files for custody, claiming his demanding schedule and emotional tragedy make him an unfit father. When Ashlee is granted temporary custody, a heartbroken Darius struggles to balance keeping his head in the game, sitting by his wife's side, and winning back his son. But a stalker groupie convinces him to escape his sorrows for just one night. . . . He doesn't realize his sexiest fan has much more in store for her obsession, and she'll do whatever it takes to ensure Darius becomes her man and Fancy doesn't leave the hospital alive.
With his life quickly unraveling, Darius must gamble all he's worked for to save his wife, reclaim his son, and stop one night of pleasure with a madwoman from becoming a lifetime of pain . . . .
LT D MORRI
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library|
Connection Crystal City
|series||Soul mates dissipate|
|series_with_volume||Soul mates dissipate|7|
|subject_facet||African Americans -- Fiction|
Coma -- Patients -- Fiction
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction
Darius Jones / Mary B. Morrison
Darius Jones / by Mary B. Morrison
|topic_facet||African American Fiction|