Rayvon Laws swore he'd never get married. There were too many beautiful women in the world to choose from and he was too greedy to settle down with just one. The longest he'd been in a serious relationship was two weeks. But that all changed when he met Stacy who finally snatched up his heart... and all his other drama.
What he didn't know was that Stacy, the self-proclaimed good girl, could get down and dirty when pushed to her limit. Dealing with her husband's other women causes her to pull a few tricks from her own bag and sends everyone into a tailspin of confusion.
In a story of sex, lies and cheating who does it best Rayvon or Stacy?
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.60(d)|
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My Husband’s Other Women is the debut novel of Regina Swanson. I have to be honest and say that I have never read anything in the urban genre before this book. I may not be the best person to give a review, but here is what I think about this particular novel. Overall, I thought the book was okay, especially for the author’s first-time. I am impressed. The author does a good job with the character development in this book. For example, at first glance, the people that you are reading about seem some of the most morally reprehensible individuals that you will ever read about. We do find out later that there are several layers to each of the characters in this book. There are things that have happened to them that have shaped the way that they are now. I feel that the prose flows rather well despite the many different characters that are propelling the story. What I didn’t like about this book is that it reads like Jerry Springer meets Madea. The dialogue used for the characters makes them sound like high school kids from the “Hood” and not the educated professionals that they are supposed to be. There are also places in the story that seem a little rushed. You have two characters meet in one chapter and all of a sudden they in love and getting married by the next. I also have a problem with someone praying to God for a married man to leave his wife. I get where the author is trying to go with this novel. I feel like she is trying to show that things aren’t what they appear to be and when you rely on God all things work out for the good. As I stated before I have not read any urban fiction so this might just be the norm for the genre, however I feel that you can have strong black characters that present themselves well. The author left the end open on this book and I feel that there may be more to come from this group. I can see good things on the horizon for all involved.