Good Peoples and 4 Guys and Trouble, both Blackboard best-sellers, sealed Marcus Major’s reputation as a hot name in contemporary fiction. A Man Most Worthy is a lively story of love, ambition, sex, and friendship. At 36, self-made millionaire John Sebastian has it all - a booming business, a luxurious home, a gorgeous girlfriend, and the respect of his friends - but somehow it's not enough. Returning to the tough streets of Newark, New Jersey, he spots Josephine Flowers, the love of his life, the woman he allowed to walk away seven years ago. He is driven to reconnect with her, even though the cost to his pride is high, and even though she's now married to another. For only her blessing, her love, will prove to John that he is, at last, a man most worthy.
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"Major breathes life into an old formula with his vivid, fast-talking characters and his rich descriptions of their friendships, milieu and workplace politics. His pop culture references are well deployed to give the book a fresh-but not studied-feel." (Publishers Weekly)
"This is an entertaining and insightful novel told from the male perspective." (Booklist)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Marcus Major & Caroline Clay really did a great job! The heroines were completely believable and life-like, which is usually my biggest pet peeve with male authors trying to tell a story from the female perspective and failing...miserably!
Caroline Clay read this book with perfect tonality and timing & delivering just what the author was attempting to relay and the heroes/heriones were undertaking. I will definitely be looking for more of Mr Major's works in print and audio as well as Ms Clay.
The story was engaging. The dialogue between the characters was so believable and fun. The narrator was great! She portrayed each character perfectly.
I enjoyed the storyline and humor.
Not ONE comes to mind.
You felt he emotions of each character.
A think the title fits, but if i had to change it maybe A Woman's Worth.
Even though I enjoyed the storyline and humor, it's a little predictable at times. It's still a very good selection for your novel pleasure or book club discussion. It has plenty of material to fill a meeting's book discussion period.
he never stop loving his first love.
i am not sure
she did a good job
i did listen to it in one sitting.
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