Just when Sasha thinks her life and her marriage are finally coming together, someone sends her an anonymous email, blackmailing her with information regarding her and Levi’s indiscretion in the boys’ locker room. Her only way to appease her blackmailer is to convince Levi to return to Xavier High and lead the school’s basketball team to the national championship. Levi’s untimely resignation is causing quite a stir, and has the potential to ruin Sasha’s life. But Sasha could be facing a bigger problem: Levi has moved on with another woman and has made a valiant attempt to cut all ties with Sasha. How will she convince him of anything when he won’t even talk to her?
And then there’s Annalise, the unpredictable wife of Armando Beckford, who is hell bent on keeping Armando away from Rena Henderson, especially after catching them in a compromising position. But what Annalise doesn’t realize is that her husband’s love for Rena is so deep that it won’t be an easy task to keep him away from her. However, Annalise is a determined woman and if she gets her way, this love triangle is bound for disaster.
Despite the crazy love drama going on in Devin’s Cay, Kevin and Hunter appear to be making great strides in the right direction. They’ve avoided the traps set for them by the flirtatious, conniving business professional, Shiloh Bethune. Marriage seems certain, as they are taking steps to ensure that God stays in charge of their relationship. But will that be enough for Shiloh to keep her distance?
The love battles continue and it will be a toss-up: which of the couples will experience a happy ending? Indeed, Book 6 in the Real Love series is teeming with its own emotional ups and downs, but it is only a prelude to what’s to come in the shocking finale.
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About the Author
Husband, Father, Muscian, Writer... Conceived in the chills of Switzerland, Fowler's parents journeyed back home to the Bahamas where he was born and reared a Caribbean product. A cosmopolitan at heart, Fowler's interest in the power of writing was ignited at the impressionable age of thirteen, awarding him the opportunity to share his furor with his family and close friends. His first poem, inspired by his Literary teacher was published at age fourteen by a recognized publishing company in Washington D.C. He's a graduate of Remmington College in Tampa Florida and was elected to deliver the graduation speech for the Bachelor program. Most of his reading and writing experiences have been immensely touched by noted prolific writers such as, Agatha Christie, John Grisham, Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim Lahaye. He now introduces his new novel, "Church Boyz". Fowler's favorite activities, besides writing and reading, include playing the piano, traveling, and meeting new people. Visit his blog at www.churchboyz.org "I am fascinated by storytelling, and how characters develop into people I feel as if I've known all my life."