Baby drama and political scandal don’t mix in this sequel to Suzetta Perkins’s Behind the Veil.
Margo Myles is getting ready to give birth to twins, but she isn’t sure who the father is—her soon to be ex-husband, Jefferson Myles, or her one-time fling, Malik Mason. Malik is running for a state senate seat and no one is going to take the sweet smell of victory from him.
Ivy Myles, Margo and Jefferson’s eldest daughter, is moving back home. She’s been estranged from her parents, but a new love calls her back—and her love is none other than Malik Mason. Malik intends to make Ivy his wife, but will she be a distraction on his way to the senate?
Scandal and politics always seem to make perfect bedfellows. And Malik Mason must decide which woman he loves more, mother or daughter, or risk ruining everything.
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Suzetta Perkins’ “In My Rearview Mirror” is about Margo and Jefferson Myles, a couple going through a divorce. Margo, at age 40, gives birth to twin boys but. . . . With who? Jefferson, being the man that he is, has done his share of sneaky stuff but feels hurt by the fact that Margo doesn’t know who the father of her twins are. Is it really that important to Jefferson? Why or why not? Malik Mason is in the race for the senate position and is trying to make sure that there are no skeletons falling out of closets. To make him look more of a family man and not a bachelor, he marries Ivy Miles, but is this a good move? Ivy just may have some ulterior motives and a surprise or two of her own. With plenty of twists, turns, drama and romance ‘In My Rearview Mirror’ is an awesome read. It lets the reader ‘feel’ the emotions throughout the story. This is my first book by this author and I look forward to the next one. Reviewed by: Sophia
In My Review Mirror by Suzetta Perkins Modern times meet southern soul and big city ways that come home. There is nothing new under the sun, but the old and feels new and gets messy in this novel. In My Review Mirror, Suzette Perkins lets us see her characters cross lines as in real life moments of weakness. Blood VS blood unknowingly, and can’t we all get along that keep you turning pages quickly to read the answer, In My Review Mirror. In well-written conversations, we fall into the thought that family is everything, but secrets and lies, or shall I say, unspoken truths has this novel spinning you in directions that are great for the reader to be smile, laugh and cry. I applaud the author in how she set us down at a family dinner table like-feeling. We hear the false harmony and hidden messages and comments from a family that loves each other, but also has dirty laundry that is being carved and served. We feel each characters worry and denial come from different angles on the same subjects. The writer has penned that very well in an enjoyable fashion penned from such great writing talent. Alvin L.A. Horn Best-selling award winning multi-nominated novelist and poet