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Publisher's Summary

The notorious gold digging Gibbons women of Chesterton, Virginia are minding their own highly-paid business when second eldest sister, Dawn, is reunited with the one man she never dreamed she'd see again.

Dawn Gibbons is shocked when her long-lost father reappears in her life. Seriously ill, his dying wish is to reconnect with her. But for Dawn, it's complicated - her wealthy father comes complete with jealous relatives - and a handsome young lawyer Dawn finds dangerously sexy. Dangerous because he's engaged - to her newfound half-sister. One thing a Gibbons woman doesn't do is steal her sister's man. Yet, for the first time, Dawn may care about love more than money.

Xavier Hughes isn't easily thrown, but the electricity between him and Dawn leaves him unsettled. And when his fiancée insists he investigate Dawn's background, it only pushes him closer to the one woman he should resist. Soon, both Xavier and Dawn will have to face the consequences of breaking the family rules.

Nominated For an NAACP Image Award

Author bio: Shelly Ellis is an award-winning journalist who earned her journalism degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her novel, Another Woman's Man, was nominated for a 2014 NAACP Image Award. The romance and women's fiction author is also a film buff and amateur painter. She lives in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, not far from Washington, D.C., with her husband.

©2014 Shelly Ellis (P)2017 Recorded Books

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"An immensely talented writer." (Cydney Rax)

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Horrible narrator!!!

Can't get past the 1st chapter. The narrator is horrible for this book. So disappointed because the book probably is good. Can't do the narrator male voices so painfully bad. Could've gotten someone better.

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No No No! Wrong Narrator!!!!

This may have been a good book but I wouldn't know because I didn't get pass chapter one with this narrator!! I mean gosh!!! Sounds like she has a very bad cold, mucus backed up, half sleep and everything else HORRIBLE! What happened to Lisa Smith or Nicole Small or Honey Jones or ANYBODY but her!! I recommend the paperback because this will make you give the whole book zero stars simply because of the narrator!! Refund Please!!!

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Narrator is horrible

What would have made Another Woman's Man better?

Narrator is horrible which the author would have had the last narrator this one is not good for this book, it is making it very hard to get through it.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Lynette R. Freeman?

LISA SMITH

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This is the worst narrationsever!!

This was one of the worst narrations ever! I'd rather have read the book myself. Lisa Smith is a better choice for the Gibbon series..... hands down!

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narrator was the WORST!!!!!!!!

book and story was good. I gutted it out despite the worst narrator i have ever heard in 8yrs
with audible. If i ever ever see Ms.Freeman's name attached to anything again I will just skip that book. Don't want to be cruel to Ms Freeman no doubt she is talented in her own right but she has to get better with doing men's voices. Listening to her at times was like fingernails on a chalkboard.
Book was great, I really like Ms Ellis.
charles.J

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Great read

To be honest, after hearing all her other books, and the narrators which were great. It was a little difficult for me in the beginning to get use to this narrators voice. But, I knew all the other stories were great, so not listening wasnt an option. The choice of narrators became clear once I heard the entire story. So KUDOS... loved it.

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Great good but......

The continuation of this series was good but there was a bit of discrepancy with Dawn's character from the last book but that I handled. What I could not hamdle was the narrorator. I had to work hard to concentrate because of her voice. She sounded like she was getting over a cold or laryngitis. I called audible and gave feedback as well