Separately, they could be anyone's sister, brother, mother or father- but together they could only exist as the Alexanders- an affluent, Long Island, New York family whose lives changed forever with one unforgettable Thanksgiving toast. Tired of living a lie, family patriarch Bruce Alexander's revelation would slowly dismantle a carefully crafted lavish lifestyle into a spiraling tailspin of lust, love, lies, and deception. A Woman's Game unfolds through the eyes of daughter Ary Alexander and her internal conflict to recapture the once perfect life she d shared with the family she adored. Her untiring obsession with men, money, and power would come at a price not even she was prepared to pay.
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About the Author
Paula McCoy-Pinderhughes is the author of 'A Woman's Game' and How to Be an Entrepreneur and Keep Your Sanity, and Quite Simply How I Feel, a collection of poetry. Formerly an editor at a prominent New York business magazine and the publisher of a small business newspaper in her suburban New Jersey hometown, Paula�s venture into fiction began more than a decade ago when these intriguing characters began taking shape in her mind and developed over time to become A Woman�s Game.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Woman's Game based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
'A Woman's Game' was captivating from start to finish. All the characters are incredibly relatable, especially Ary. I look forward to seeing what's next for the Alexander family. Do yourself a favor and read 'A Woman's Game'. You won't regret it.
Job well done Paula McCoy- I enjoyed reading "A Woman's Game" it was Steamy, suspenseful and emotional. An easy read one that I will remember for a long time. Definitely sharing this with my Circle of family and friends. Looking forward to seeing this in movie form and looking forward to the sequel.
A Woman's Game had my full attention from the start with Bruce Alexander's announcement to his family. I had fun getting to know the characters. Ary was over the top and Marcus was pitiful but I found myself hoping both would get their acts together. I loved hating Joseph. I cheered Dwayne on through out the book. I give this book 5 stars. It kept my interest to the very last page.