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by Sasha Campbell

Genre: Mainstream, Multicultural

2011 Multicultural Fiction Novel Nominee

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Campbell’s second novel is steamy, hilarious, dramatic and replete with remarkably well-written plot twists. First-person point of view is ideal for engaging readers in the tumultuous lives of the principals. Passionate dialogue and vivid action make this an easy and extraordinary read.

Tiffany is still a virgin. Her fiancé is a handsome, horny businessman, but what her best friend Candace learns about him changes the course of their lives. When Candace drops her guard and falls in love with Chauncey, she learns that her own man harbors an unforgivable secret. Noelle’s empty nest becomes an empty bed when her once-devoted husband’s eye starts wandering. The climax is heart-stirring as true love tries to find its way back into each of their lives. (DAFINA, May, 320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Robin R. Pendleton

Publisher: DAFINA

Published: May 2011

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