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Looking for a great read this weekend? Try "Another Woman's Husband"
9/19/2008 10:06:00 AM
If your are looking for a Great read for the weekend. Why not get
your copy of the book that everyone is talking about! Another Woman’s
Husband is receiving rave reviews across the board. You can check
them out at amazon.com.
Here is the synopsis and the latest review from EKG Literary Magazine.
**Bree Michaels is young, sexy, single and raising two children
alone. As if being single weren t bad enough, Bree has a problem; she
misses having that special someone in her life. It s been a while,
but Bree isn t desperate or even looking for love, when things jump
off. She never wanted to be someone s slide, and definitely never
wanted to be the other woman . In Bree s mind she was a catch, wifey
material. It was when she met Dre, her fine and married neighbor when
all her self-control and morals flew out the window. Bree surprises
herself by her willingness to compromise her soul to be with Dre.
Things get hectic when Dre s wife Neecy begins to suspect the true
nature of the friendship between Bree and Dre. Neecy goes crazy when
she learns the truth. Neecy vows not to let Bree break up her family
or take her man not without a fight.
**Another Woman’s Husband
Reviewed by Jada Temple
Some women do not want to be a drama magnet but somehow it seems to
whisper their names, despite the consequences that are sure to
follow. With all honesty, the main character really wants to stay
clear of any trouble.
A single mother of two, with family support for her children; a job
that pays the bills -though not glamorous, Breana “Bree” Michaels
does the exact opposite of tossing her mantra “Drama Free Bree” under
the mattress. It is with whom she lies down with on that mattress
that shows though people are human and make mistakes, we often times
choose our own paths to destruction. Temptation is very thick
throughout the novel and so are suspicions. What I really
enjoyed about this novel is that I was able to feel the suspense page
after page. I found myself talking to Bree to let her know that she
did not need someone else’s man in her life, because in the end, that
person would never be completely hers. There were tremendous lessons
to be learned and Bree had some serious soul searching and growing
up to do. The romance scenes were very passionate and laced with lust
between Bree and Dré, with whom she sneaks around. The people who
were close to her were extremely tired of Bree placing the most
important things in her life on the line over a man, but Bree
simply could not see past their advice. All she sees is a man who
told her he loved her and who had his own demons to fight.
I recommend this novel for all the women, particularly in the African-
American community, for two reasons. One, women need to understand
that when we go into a relationship with our eyes closed, the other
person has some undisclosed issues as well.
Two, loving and forgiving yourself first, despite your past, is a
must to have someone
love you back with all good intentions. Thanks to the author for this
**Get your copy TODAY!!!***
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