Savannah May Lovely learned that a satisfying life for a smart, ambitious and beautiful woman-child came with a hefty price. She had perfected the illusion of emotional maturity to pay that price, embracing an oath of silence that stifled her freedom. kept is a journey into a superficial world of tangible pacifiers and monetary gains that cost Savannah agonizing sacrifice. Faced with loneliness and isolation while on the heels of a disgusting self-revelation, Savannah manifests that there would be no one with whom she could confide her most vulnerable, desperate, and vulgar atrocities. She would have to suck it up no problem; she'd been sucking it up for years. kept is a raw exposure of time, a lens into the tumultuously seductive, yet imprisoned life of Savannah May Lovely. Sonpri Gray narrates effortlessly through this fiction while exposing Savannah's complicated choice of submission to a fraudulent life of luxury as a kept woman and the escape from her own albatross.
Literature-Fiction, Womens-Fiction, Domestic-Life,