With "high-octane levels of emotion" New York Times bestselling author brings us another scandal filled story of friendship and romance (USA Today).

Things are falling apart in the Richardson household. Angry arguments between Celine and her husband, Keith, have become routine. She resents that he's working long hours and staying out all night, and he accuses her of not giving him the attention he deserves. Their marriage is at a cross-roads and Celine worries how her 10-year-old daughter, Kassie, will be affected.

But the situation turns devastating when Celine is diagnosed with breast cancer. As her relationship with Keith deteriorates, Celine worries that she'll be left to navigate the difficult process of cancer treatment alone. But comfort and support come in the form of Celine's best friend, Lauren. They've been attached at the hip since they were children and it is Lauren who's there for Celine in her darkest moments.

Now, Celine will be forced to make tough decisions-about her marriage and otherwise-and for the first time in her life, she wants to give up. Lauren vows to help by any means necessary and makes the kind of sacrifice only a best friend can. But will it be too late

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Praise

The title of best friend is clearly and eloquently defined in this story. The strength, support, love and loyalty of true friendship is portrayed in such a way that one questions her own friendships to see if they meet this test. Characters are well defined...a great read.
RT Book Reviews
This slim novella packs a punch as the burdens pile up on Celine's shoulders. Roby...provides a strong message about faith, trust, and friendship that will have her many fans cheering for two women who strengthen their bond while overcoming life's challenges.


Rollie Welch, Library Journal, African American Fiction Pick of the Month
BEST FRIENDS FOREVER is a wonderful story in showing what true friendship is and how a woman's faith can get her through the most devastating times.
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