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"Lured by the hope of a better life for her and her son, Celeste Vanek must deal with the emotional and physical resistance of her compulsive gambler husband when she tries to make a clean break from her marriage. She wants to start a new life with her young son, Jake, but her husband demands his family back, and things get violent. Jake, who witnesses the shocking scene between Celeste and her husband, struggles with his own emotional and ethical issues while attempting to help her. And at the same time, a married and childless police detective has a private agenda to pursue when a crime is committed that will link all the characters together. Can any of them make a clean break from their troubled lives?"--Provided by publisher.
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