National best-selling author of Married Men and a recipient of the Blackboard Bookseller of the Year Award, Carl Weber is popular for his passionate modern love stories. In Baby Momma Drama, sisters Jasmine and Stephanie struggle to understand the complicated relationships they have with the men in their lives. Luckily, they’ve got each other to turn to when the going gets tough.
©2003 Carl Weber (P)2003 Recorded Books, LLC
A absolute MUST READ!!! I love that Carl uses various Narrators with most of his books, Caroline Clay is one of my favorite Narrators, she did a great job. I could not put my iPhone down, the title is so very appropiate, straight up BABY MAMA DRAMA!! I had to catch myself, totally forgetting that I was actually in "the office", bursting out with laughter...
This is halarious!!!
LIFE just happens that way sometimes!
Drama and love in one story these ladies in this story were unforgettable. Carl Weber does an amazing job again telling this story and the characters reminded me of different people in my life who have faced the same challenges as the ones in this book.
I love Carl Weber but this was not one of my favorites, I thought it was funny, but not as funny as most of the reviews said.
Daughter of the King
Yes. I listened on the way to and from work.
The female narrators were not the best. The voices were irritating.
I listened to it with my husband on a rode trip
At the end when reality set in and the women started taking responsibility for there own lives.
Real and suspenseful
There wasn't too much that I did like about Baby Momma Drama....the least that I liked was how STUPID these people are in this book. I can't understand for the life of me how they put up with what they are putting up with, I mean come on. And the sad part is that there are people in this world really like this. I couldn't really enjoy the book because the things they were going through were really crazy and uncalled for. They were so gullible to deal with their situations and I couldn't understand why.
The performance was ok
This was just an ok book for me, but I would have like to see the characters have a little more backbone, instead of just accepting.
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