Somebody Else's Manby Daaimah S. Poole
Nicole and Tia just know nothing can break up their long-time friendship. But when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes along, Tia takes her new boyfriend's advice to sue/i>
Essence® bestselling author Daaimah S. Poole brings you the sizzling tale of two ex-best friends who can't forgive, won't forget. . .and will find out what matters most. . .
Nicole and Tia just know nothing can break up their long-time friendship. But when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes along, Tia takes her new boyfriend's advice to sue Nicole's mother after a car accident. Soon Tia has a new home in South Carolina--and one furious ex-friend out to grab some of the good life for herself. And when wealthy businessman, Dre, starts burning up her sheets, Nicole sees a future as sparkling as the engagement ring she's expecting. . .
. . .until Tia turns up broke, with a new baby in tow. . .and news that Dre isn't the man he seems. Now, between lies, lust, and betrayal, Nicole must gamble on whom to believe, what she really wants--and a choice that may cost her everything. . .
"The voice of a new generation." --Karen E. Quinones Miller
"A DEFINITE MUST READ." --Candice Dow
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This is definitely one of the best books i have read this year. The story had a great pace to it: there were so many times i laughed out loud while reading. I finished it in 2 days!
This was a good read. Nicole got on my nerves A LOT. She seemed to be so naive and it got annoying hearing her go thru all the drama she created for herself. I wasn't surprised with the things revealed about Desmond.
It stayed interesting throughout the story. Quite a few twists and turns and surprises . I listened to the audiobook version which was well done.
Nicole Edwards has had her fair share of ups and downs in life. She has a decent job but may be on the verge of losing it. She bought her first home but was scammed by contractors. She got a man but he has a wife. Adding further to her downs, she and her best friend, Tia, have fallen out and want nothing to do with the other. When things don't look like they can get any worse, Nicole meets Dre. He's everything she's wanted in a man. Finally on an upward spiral with all things going right for her, Tia reenters the picture with some upsetting info about Dre. Who should Nicole believe - her friend of the past or her man of the future? With a provocative title and cover, "Somebody Else's Man" does little to develop any interest on its own. The story was very slow to begin with. It picked up some momentum but often dragged at times. While the book itself had a solid plot/premise, its execution lacked what makes novels memorable. The characters were just okay. The drama was just okay. The climax was just okay. Not good, not bad, "Somebody Else's Man" was just okay. Question. Did the person who wrote the synopsis actually READ the book? Character's name was Tia not Kia. Would have just written it off as an error except for another discrepancy. "Kia takes her new boyfriend's advice." A six-year relationship constitutes a new boyfriend? Reviewed by: Toni