Poole’s latest sizzles with sex, dazzles with drama and captivates with boundless emotion among family, friends and lovers. Poole skillfully weaves in and out of the lives of three sisters, keeping readers mesmerized. Divorces, deadbeat dads, dead-end relationships and disastrous dates are enough to cripple any woman’s faith in finding a good black man. The possibility that a white man or an older man could be the right man is introduced so smoothly, it’s easy to root for the unlikely pairing. Another Man Will is exciting and compelling from the first to the last page; definitely a must-read.

Crystal has three baby daddies, so her family is appalled when her new man moves in within a few months. Yvette struggles when her ex-husband gets her fired; nevertheless, she’s not sure she’s the type to like a sugar daddy. Highly successful Dana is surprised to learn true romance may be colorblind. Each sister discovers, in her own way, that when the man they want won’t do right, another man will. (DAFINA, Sep., 352 pp, $15.00)

Reviewed by: 
Robin R. Pendleton