Jada has two men on her plate and the appetite for both - how can she be true to her marriage and herself at the same time?
Continuing from her previous novel Soul Mates Dissipate, Essence and Blackboard best-selling author Morrison crafts a highly enjoyable, feel-good tale that is deliciously graphic.
©2002 Mary B. Morrison; (P)2003 Recorded Books,LLC
I just love this narrator, she makes all her characters distinguishable. Wellington is a true fantasy worth dreaming about.
I became a audible listener in 2010 and I'm loving it. I'm visually impaired and it works perfect for me.
This was a book I enjoyed. I felt it could have used a little more role development, but overall a good read.
Slow at the beginning. Good real life type of issues in the writing.
Did Mary B Morrison change her name? The introduction mentions Mary B. Robinson?
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