Victory Via Deceit by Justice Gray

Victory via Deceit is about a woman who marries her best friend, and when she is diagnosed with Hepatitis B, she questions Matt’s infidelity.

Victory via deceit

Victory via Deceit is about a woman who marries her best friend, and when she is diagnosed with Hepatitis B, she questions Matt’s infidelity.  Money becomes tight, as Matt is in real estate, and the economy is dwindling, yet after following him and discovering he has male partners he is spending money on, she wonders who she really married.  They end up losing their house, Blair loses her job, and begins a path of self-destruction, until Matt threatens to take their daughter away from her.  What waits around the corner for Blair as she begins her new life deceiving people to hide her past?

This Justice Gray story of confused sexual preference and dysfunction within the family, unfolds with its suspense and intertwined webs of romance, lies, sex, crime, and a plethora of unusual events as they climax, as it conveys deep emotions, and vivid erotic images..

The Minnesota author, Justice Gray, creates her realistic characters in this great piece of literature. While reading this romance novel, it may seem at first to be unusual circumstance, but happens every day. You may know of someone who has a secret life just like her characters.

This is the 6th book in a series.

Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 49,458

Sample text:

Over the years he had hosted barbeques and had invited friends over who often stayed the night.  They would sit outside in the den and drink till the sun came up.  Blair had always been jealous of Maria and her string of lovers.  She would invite them around to their barbeques and watch Matt chat with Maria and Jim, or Maria and Tony, or Maria and Kyle.  He shared a joint with Stan out back while Sara would drink wine in the kitchen.  It all seemed so clear now.  He was never interested in Maria; he was interested in her lovers.

Sara could see the shock in her friend’s eyes.  Her expression was blank.  She was not feeling anything yet, but Sara knew that her emotions would swell soon.  She started the car and reversed out of their parking spot.

“Where are you going?” Blair demanded, indignant.

“There isn’t anything else for us to see.  We need to leave.  We need to talk about this.  We need a few drinks.”

Blair nodded and put her hand to her forehead.  She squeezed her temples; a headache was moving in.

“Geez,” she said.

“I know,” Sara replied.

“I mean…wow.  Shit.”

Blair could only shake her head in disbelief as Sara drove her home.  They went inside in silence, poured two strong drinks, and sat down.  Sara was not sure what to say.  She’d certainly had never been in this position before.

“Where is his computer?” Sara asked.

“What?” Blair replied, dazed, “It’s in the office.  Why?” Without an answer Sara left to retrieve it and returned to the living room.

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Already translated. Translated by Graziele Camargo dos Santos
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