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Caribbean Tears-Psychological thriller about human trafficking 
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Sheila is kidnapped and shipped to Venezuela, where she is sold to a brothel owned by a woman by the name of Bernadette. There her nightmare begins, as she is forced into prostitution. She is tormented nightly by the brutal Victor, who is Bernadette's lover and the brothel's supervisor. Despite her daily tortures, Sheila keeps hoping for escape. She befriends the other women at the brothel, including a teenage girl, who benefit from her positive outlook.
Will Sheila be able to escape her nightmare and get her life back?


Back in Trinidad, a badly burned body of another woman is mistaken for Sheila. Believing she is dead, her husband eventually begins a relationship with a woman named Candice, whose actions are partially the cause of Sheila's family's pain and suffering.
However, it is not easy for Candice to be around him and his children. She also has to deal with the jealousy of her other boyfriend, Terrel. He keeps threatening to kill Miguel if she will not leave him. At the same time Psycho, a fellow gang member, is blackmailing her over a deed done at her request. To keep her secret safe, she must get rid of both men.
Some words might look misspelled or improper in the book because the author allowed the characters to use Trini slang in their dialogue. For example, some in Trinidad use "she" where "her" should be used.

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