Cheatin' in the Next Room

Cheatin' in the Next Room

by Rhonda M. Lawson
     
 
Christopher and Andrea Lee seemed to have a strong, unshakable marriage. They are happy surrounded by friends and even happier with each other. With him being a sports writer for a major Virginia newspaper and her being a popular high school biology teacher, they have the financial stability to get both the townhouse and the Forerunner well before 30. The only thing

Overview

Christopher and Andrea Lee seemed to have a strong, unshakable marriage. They are happy surrounded by friends and even happier with each other. With him being a sports writer for a major Virginia newspaper and her being a popular high school biology teacher, they have the financial stability to get both the townhouse and the Forerunner well before 30. The only thing stronger than the Lees' marriage is Andrea's bond with her lifelong friend, Brenda.

But all bonds are tested when Christopher meets Brenda's cousin, Alexis, who visits during the Christmas holidays. Alexis is a 20-year-old college student who is accustomed to getting what she wants and not quitting until she gets it. Now her eyes are set on Christopher, and she's not letting a little detail like him being Brenda's best friend's husband get in the way. Although he tries to resist, Christopher begins an affair with Alexis, believing it will be their little secret until she goes back home. Yet when the truth comes out, it rocks the worlds of not only Christopher and Andrea, but the worlds of everyone around them. This is the story of how one indiscretion can tear down more than just the lives of the people involved.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780974613642
Publisher:
Restored Ministry Publications
Publication date:
07/15/2007
Pages:
258
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Rhonda M. Lawson, originally from New Orleans, La., is an Army journalist stationed on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. A nine-year veteran, her work has been published in various Army and civilian newspapers, as well as Soldiers Magazine. Currently, she edits Sandpaper Magazine, a local publication for the Peninsula. Although this is her first published book, she's been writing fiction since age 12. Her goal in all her books is to help people realize the God has when He moves on one's life.

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