"Does fiction get much darker ... Deliberate and creepy, "this taps into genuine human traits like fear, greed, and stupidity."
--Library Journal' on Sunfail
Faith Newsome has it all-a loving husband, beautiful daughter, and a stable life as the owner of a thriving shoe boutique in Washington D.C. Yet a part of her feels as if she's not who she seems to be, as if she's living a lie.
When Faith gets kidnapped by a group of goons while walking to her car, she suddenly remembers who she is-not the suburban wife and mother whom she convinced herself to be, but Champagne, the daughter of one of the most ruthless killers and drug dealers in New York City who went missing and was presumed dead years prior.
As the memories begin to flood back in, Faith remembers why she ran from her past and why, if she wants to stay alive, she has to keep running.