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Trouble Loves Company
     

Trouble Loves Company

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by Angie Daniels
 
The acclaimed author of In the Company of My Sistahs returns with a sexy, sassy, and moving new novel about three friends who've had their share of life's ups and downs-with no sign that the rollercoaster is going to stop anytime soon.

For romance author Renee Moore, true love only exists in books. Despite a wealthy, adoring husband, Renee is unhappy-and deeply

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The acclaimed author of In the Company of My Sistahs returns with a sexy, sassy, and moving new novel about three friends who've had their share of life's ups and downs-with no sign that the rollercoaster is going to stop anytime soon.

For romance author Renee Moore, true love only exists in books. Despite a wealthy, adoring husband, Renee is unhappy-and deeply unsatisfied, which explains her bed-hopping habit. But Renee's husband will do anything to keep her, including embarking on an erotic lifestyle that includes swinging, which forces Renee to confront some painful truths about her marriage-and herself.

Practical Nurse Danielle Brooks has always had a thing for young thugs-until her latest, Ron, pushes her too far with his baby mama drama and freeloading ways. Danielle realizes it may be time to rethink her choices in men. But when her troubled teenage daughter ends up pregnant, Danielle's worlds collide as she finds herself torn between a girl who has a habit of crying wolf-and a man who swears he's not the father.

As far as administrative assistant Kayla Johnson is concerned, Reverend Leroy Brown walks on water-despite the fact that he's cheating on his wife-with her. Kayla is convinced the naughty Reverend is going to leave his family for her-until she catches him in bed with another woman. But walking away from Leroy is only the beginning of Kayla's troubles.

As Renee, Danielle and Kayla band together, they discover a world of secrets they never imagined-and learn a lesson about the power of love, truth, and friendship that makes it all worthwhile.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780758217455
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
09/01/2007
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
5.58(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.89(d)

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Trouble Loves Company 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Trouble Loves Company is the sequel to In the Company of my sistahs. The book continues from the last the characters kayla,Renee and Danielle all three women discover and recover from the ups ans downs of life, through friendship and sistahhood, with many real and suprising twist and turns.Overall,the book is easy to follow and a great read. I will recommend it.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Although her husband adores her, romance author Renee Moore does not return his affection. Instead she believes that true love only exists in fairy tales or her novels. Her spouse fails to satiate her needs so Renee seeks other lovers, but her mate is willing to go kinky to satisfy Renee. --- Practical Nurse Danielle Brooks cherishes young thugs. However her latest lover Ron is too far out for even her he wants to be her baby while she is his mama. As she reconsiders the men in her life, her teenage daughter becomes pregnant accusing a young hunk as the father a stud that Danielle desires he denies he had sex with her daughter. --- Administrative assistant Kayla Johnson is having an affair with the man she loves, Reverend Leroy Brown. She expects him to soon leave his wife and children for her. However, she revises her opinion of her beloved when she finds him cheating on her. --- Friends Renee, Danielle and Kayla form a sisterhood as they depend on each other to help them through relationship crisis with the opposite sex. --- Rotating perspective between each of the lead female trio this is a deep look at three women whose respective self destructive behavior is deeply rooted from long time internalized demons. Each begins to overcome their detrimental makeup when they meet one another and form a support group. Readers who appreciate this well written tale that at times is difficult to read because realism is often not pretty. Angie Daniels takes the audience inside the heart of low esteem people who bond because troubled souls love miserable self-loathing company yet finding one another brings self searching and the first flicker of optimism. --- Harriet Klausner