I Should'a Seen It Comin'

I Should'a Seen It Comin'

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by Danette Majette
     
 
Zsaset realizes that she must've been a fool to get married so young. Now all she can think about is a new life in the fast lane. Once she breaks from the chains of her controlling husband and leave Norfolk behind, she finds a whole new world is waiting on her in Richmond. One filled with strong, sexy, bad boys. Enter O.B., a manipulative, young, gangster who promises

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Zsaset realizes that she must've been a fool to get married so young. Now all she can think about is a new life in the fast lane. Once she breaks from the chains of her controlling husband and leave Norfolk behind, she finds a whole new world is waiting on her in Richmond. One filled with strong, sexy, bad boys. Enter O.B., a manipulative, young, gangster who promises to provide for all of Zsaset's needs. Soon she's draped in designer gear and is the hottest thing on the block. However, still naïve, she does not yet understand that the price for her new life grows higher every day. Sex, drama and deceit are just the beginning. Followed by danger and succumbing to a life of violence that threatens to spin out of control. Chasing the drama from one man to the next, she finds herself hoping the future will be brighter with each promising new lover. As fate would have it, she's dealt the ultimate test, trying not to burn when she finds herself out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780972400350
Publisher:
Life Changing Books, LLC
Publication date:
01/28/2006
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.63(d)

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I Should'a Seen It Comin' 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
KRYSTALC More than 1 year ago
The book is a must read.. If you love drama you will LOVE this book!
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OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
In Norfolk, Virginia, Zsaset is disgusted by her husband Deonte, who she barely had a chance to build a relationship with before they became parents. Instead of trying to work out their problems, she finds relief in the streets with her single girlfriends.
On a road trip to Richmond in search of a party, Zsaset and company meet up with some of Richmond's most suitable bachelors.

I SHOULDA SEEN IT COMIN', tells the story about a foolish young woman who makes mistake after mistake without allowing herself time to heal from the previous catastrophes. The female protagonist makes it hard for you to feel any compassion for her with her trifling ways as she proclaims to be over men and in search of self, yet she's on the path to destruction time and time again. The ending is rushed and the author's climatic build ups are blocked each time as the female protagonist alerts you that there is still more left to come. I like drama like everyone else, but at the same time people must take a responsibility for their own actions.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book i shoulda seen it comin is a good drama book for those who love drama books. the action in this book seem so real that you can't put the book down and also characters seems so real that in reality people really do go through these problems so i would recommended this book to anyone who love drama books
Guest More than 1 year ago
In Norfolk, Virginia, Zsaset is disgusted by her husband Deonte, who she barely had a chance to build a relationship with before they became parents. Instead of trying to work out their problems, she finds relief in the streets with her single girlfriends. On a road trip to Richmond in search of a party, Zsaset and company meet up with some of Richmond's most suitable bachelors. I SHOULDA SEEN IT COMIN', tells the story about a foolish young woman who makes mistake after mistake without allowing herself time to heal from the previous catastrophes. The female protagonist makes it hard for you to feel any compassion for her with her trifling ways as she proclaims to be over men and in search of self, yet she's on the path to destruction time and time again. The ending is rushed and the author's climatic build ups are blocked each time as the female protagonist alerts you that there is still more left to come. I like drama like everyone else, but at the same time people must take a responsibility for their own actions.