One Moment. . .
Hope Williams doesn't know what happened--the dream life she worked so hard to get suddenly feels like a trap. Her successful husband wants her to be wife-and-mother 24/7, her solid career is becoming a rut, and none of her friends get why "everything" isn't feeling like much to her. Only Anthony understands.
One Night. . .
A successful colleague, Anthony sees Hope's frustrations and the unfulfilled person trying to find out who she is. Although his low-key sensitive ways and good looks are so sexy, Hope is sure they can keep their relationship strictly friendship--until they spend a sizzling night together. Now she can't resist the incendiary passion Anthony promises.
One Chance. . .
But Hope is fast finding out that too much of a good thing may not be nearly enough. With her marriage shattered and her life in turmoil, she'll have to decide what she's willing to lose. . .and how much more she dares to risk.
San Culberson has been an avid reader her entire life and feels privileged at the opportunity to share her imagination with others. She shops, writes, and lives in Houston, Texas.
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Hope Williams lives a life of privilege - to some. She has a handsome, sexy husband that provides well for his family. She is the mother of three adorable sons. She has a luxury home and works outside of the home by choice. Hope should be ecstatic, but instead she feels overworked and unappreciated. And then she meets Anthony Bolden, a man who provides an escape from her mundane life. But is the grass truly greener on the other side? Is Hope willing to risk it all to find out? San Culberson delivers another fun yet serious story that is significant without being too heavy. She tells her tale well, peppered with witty dialogue. Her novels are grounded in truth and laced with humor. San Culberson is two for two and I look forward to what's next. Reviewed by: Toni
San culberson did a phenomenal job it was very descriptive.....Very real i recommend this book to all married women....Be careful ladies when you have a good man appreciate it... Thank god for that.....
Hope and Ray Williams are raising three children while both work full time jobs. Whereas Hope is a bank supervisor, Ray would prefer she stayed home as they do not need her income to live comfortably even as a family of five he wants her to be a housewife and full time mother. She admits to herself the job is not fulfilling, but has doubts about staying home 24/7 as that sounds even less satisfying though she loves her family.------------------ A friend introduces Hope and Anthony to one another. Unlike her spouse who grouches a lot about her job, Anthony is kind and caring and makes Hope feel life is good he fills her with hope. However, their friendship changes when they make love Anthony wants more of her demanding she dump her husband and three kids for him. He has brought a smile back into her life, but Hope wonders if the price is right or is it with dependable Ray. This an interesting character study of a woman pulled in two opposite directions with each pole having attractors and detractors. Whereas Anthony makes her feel good, her family needing her makes her feel as good if not better. On the other hand her family¿s needs at times are wearying while Anthony¿s demand to move on frightens and excites her. San Culberson provides a strong look at a woman who must choose between men that is if her spouse even gives her a ray of hope that he still wants them together.-------------- Harriet Klausner