Best-selling author Daaimah S. Poole cooks up a juicy page-turner with Somebody Else’s Man.
Nikki’s life was a wreck—three years wasted with a deadbeat boyfriend, and then a huge fight with her best friend, Tia. Now, with a promotion at work and a loving new man—who respects her—life is finally going as planned. Until one day, when Tia reveals a secret that will blow Nikki’s new life apart.
©2009 Daaimah S. Poole (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
This was my first book by this author, I believe this is the authors first book and you could tell she will have to develope her passion scenes better but I did enjoy the story.
I definitely love audio over print anytime. This book was great to listen to. I almost finished it in one work shift.
Most memoriable moment to me was when Nikki kicked her friend Tia off the limo bus on the way to the wedding and left her stranded in the middle of nowhere.
She read the book as if painting the image of what she was reading so that you can not only hear it but actually envision it.
yes it was!!
yes, i have relistened to everything this author has ever done
If i had to say i would say either We Take this man or Yo Yo love just because of the concept of a man being somebody else's
Yes and i love all of her performances
I love all book by Daaimah S Poole. I always feel like i am listening to something that happened to a girlfriend. The dialogue is always great. I would give any book she did a listen or read
i heard a lot of books from simi howe, Daamiah i dont know i so struggled with this story it was sooooooooooooooooooo slow.
Made since, this book could have been wrapped up in 20 chapters tops! omg ! I think she was trying to do to much subplots.
when the best friend bust out and said she had a threesom with dru! I mean come on, when i got to that part i wanted to press stop! I just didnt flow well! i mean she could have done something with the baby momma aspect, something I mean i DON'T WASTE YOUR CREDIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! REALLY DON'T DO IT
Crazy drama that kept me on the edge of my seat. Some things were a little unrealistic but funny. All in all, a decent read.
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