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After almost six years, Maceo and Chrissy's marriage could be over. Maceo has overlooked the vow of "forsaking all others". It's hard for him to stay faithful. Maceo is extremely sexy, and women are always throwing their goodies at him. He loves his beautiful wife Chrissy, but he keeps a hot thot on standby. He has a weakness for fine, freaky women.
Their marriage seems to be perfect from the outside looking in. However, everything that glitters ain't gold. Big trouble is brewing, and Maceo is creeping out the bed to meet up with different mistresses. It's just sex to him and nothing more; but, what happens when one of his side chicks fall in love? She's willing to do whatever it takes to make Maceo her man.
Chrissy has overlooked her husband's cheating over the years; but, after learning of a particular mistress, Maceo might have crossed a line she can't forgive. Maceo is scandalous, but he's not the only one hiding secrets. Chrissy's past ain't pretty, and both of their secrets will be exposed.
When life changing secrets are revealed, can Maceo and Chrissy forgive each other? Or will the cheating, lies, and secrets be too much to save this troubled marriage?
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setting a negative precedent for her ebooks
• decent plot
• entertaining enough
• lack of character development
• the "big reveal" by chrissy is treated/written callously.
• maceo's character unfortunately wasn't used as a way to show how not to react to react to this type of “reveal”. The character treated her secret as worse than his countless acts of cheating…sad
• the story stopped which what could only be the intro and lead into the body of the story and then left with the reader with a cliffhanger.
• this author is setting a negative precedent by choosing to give you a piece of a story rather than making sure that each book in the series can stand alone
the use of “second father” instead of “stepfather” . why? Maybe it’s a regional thing.