What should a wife believe: the words of her husband, or the diary of his mistress?
Monica counts her blessings: she has a husband who is not only devoted to her but committed to being a strong, caring father to their twin sons. When Carlos surprises her with an unforgettably romantic getaway, Monica knows her husband is still very much in love with her—and she with him. But an unexpected package threatens to change everything Monica’s ever believed about her husband.
Bitter from her experiences with a cheating husband, Angela has adopted a sex-them-and-leave-them attitude towards the married men she’s bedded over the last five years. Then she meets Carlos. Now, she will stop at nothing to get him for herself—even if that means destroying her own life and another woman’s family.
©2006 Meosha Coleman (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I think this book was really great. It has been a while since I have been this excited about a book. Even longer for an audiobook. A must hear. I do agree about the speaker;she could have had more emotion during the angry times. Oh well, it doesn't take away from the plot.
But a good distraction if you need it. Not the best writing but these kinds of books never are.
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My husband and I were on a road trip and took this book along for the ride and listened via iPod. This book was quite entertaining and kept us alert the entire time. We literally hated to get out of the car for rest stops because the book held our attention. What we enjoyed about the book is the fact that there is a life lesson that can be learned from it. The story is well written, has an interesting turn of events, and is quite believable. It is a good example of what a jealous heart can produce in individuals if given an opportunity to exploit someone.
The reader is excellent and makes you feel as if she is talking directly to you so we really felt as if we were in the front row seat at a movie theater without the screen. If a book can pull you in like that, it is a result of excellent writing.
Great job Miasha!
It had a different story line from any other book that I've read. Keep me intrigued throughout the book.
Nothing stood out at the end but it was okay.
Never listened to her before.
I had the actual book for years but I do not have enough time to read it so I got the audio book. I wish I didnt. This narrator shows no emotion during part of the story where I feel she should have lost it.
Great & entertaining story however I would have enjoyed it more with a different narrator. I found her voice to be a little annoying & at times distracting.
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