Sweet Forbidden Fruit

Sweet Forbidden Fruit

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by Ken N. Robinson
     
 
Sherri Connolly King seems to have the perfect life. She resides in a beautiful, sprawling home in an idyllic suburb, and has a successful, politically-connected husband and three wonderful children. Indeed, on the surface she is the quintessentially happy stay at-home mother and wife.
But Sherri has begun to harbor secrets. She's discovered a sordid side of the

Overview

Sherri Connolly King seems to have the perfect life. She resides in a beautiful, sprawling home in an idyllic suburb, and has a successful, politically-connected husband and three wonderful children. Indeed, on the surface she is the quintessentially happy stay at-home mother and wife.
But Sherri has begun to harbor secrets. She's discovered a sordid side of the cyber world, and soon realizes that she has an unfulfilled hunger for illicit sex which she can no longer deny, nor at times control. As she gives in to her most carnal desires and thirst for new adventures, Sherri risks losing the wonderful life she has built. Can she slow her descent into decadence before it's too late to save not only herself, but others caught up in her tangled web of deceit?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615536460
Publisher:
Survivor Publishing
Publication date:
11/28/2011
Pages:
420
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.93(d)

Meet the Author

Ken N. Robinson has parlayed a lifelong love of storytelling and writing into what is now his first full length novel. Born and raised in New Jersey, he now lives outside of Atlanta and has now begun working on his next book Players and Ballers.

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Sweet Forbidden Fruit 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
smartshoppermom More than 1 year ago
Great Read, This tell a story of a Wife and Mother, thinking and knowing she needs more in her Love life, and goes through a lot to find herself. In the end she sees all the mistakes she had made along the way, and finds herself as well. At times this book can be very outspoken with words that some may not want to hear towards racism and Love, but gets the point across and I would challenge you to read this book as well. It kept me entertained and the mystery of wanting to know what happens, even though there are parts you wish never happened, but it is a true to life book I could say. Honest to what could happen in real life.