Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even

Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even

by Kennedee Devoe


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Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even by Kennedee Devoe

Have you been cheated on by a man? Have you been lied to by a man? Have you been used by a man? Have you been abused by a man? Kennedee Devoe has had all of the above happen to her, but she refused to be a victim of men's insensitive ways towards how he treats women. When you've been too exposed to many men lying, and cheating in your can either become cold blooded, or cold hearted. She became both.

"Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right... It Makes Us Even" chronicles the real life experiences of author Kennedee Devoe as she takes you on a roller coaster ride about her successful and failed relationships with men.

You will laugh and cry as you follow Kennedee on her journey to seek vengeance and get even with the abusers, cheaters, liars, and users who have wronged her. But through it all, she overcomes the obstacles that she faced as a young girl looking for love, and evolves into a mature woman.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985829988
Publisher: Pink Kiss Publishing Company
Publication date: 08/20/2012
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

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Kennedee Devoe is the Author of Amazons Bestseller, Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even. Kennedee is the CEO of Devoe Publications. She also holds an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Studies, a Bachelors Degree in Business Management, and a Masters Degree in Human Services. She has worked for a variety of Parks and Recreations Departments, for-profits, and non-profits agencies. She currently works in the nonprofit sector as a Program Director. Kennedee hails from Carson, CA, and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Kennedee is currently working on her second novel that will be released in Winter 2014.

Contact Kennedee at for your next book club meeting, women's group, or to speak at your event.

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Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
TenBrown More than 1 year ago
Kennedee takes you on her journey of dealing with boys/men through various stages of her life. You will laugh, cry, and smile. You will cheer her on with her revenges and feel her pain when she is hurt! You will appreciate her candor and sense of humor. You may relate to her experiences and have flashbacks of your own. She speaks truth and she does something unique...she tells you what she learned from those experiences and have you reflect on what you learned from your own past relationships. It's an excellent read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was really funny and heart warming. Kennedee really showed how we as women can be pushed because of the nonesene that men put us through. Very good and easy to relate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book grab me from the very start because every woman wishes sometimes she was able to wrong the man that she felt did her wrong. Sometimes it didn't go the way Kennedee hope for but like everything in life you learn from you mistakes.
zaki26 More than 1 year ago
This book was a compelling read. It was incise, penetrating, and honest. I found the Auhor's acts of revenge plausible. At times, I felt sympathy for Ms., the physical assault of Royce. (Ike& Turner Revue). I was disappointed the police didn't arrest Royce and also the family refusal to file a criminal complaint against Mr Royce. But that was probably because it was prior to OJ. when domestic violence is glossed over. The Author had trust and good heart towards men who ends up disappointing her. But, I took umbrage at her continous haste in falling in love so quickly. The Author does not give herself time to heal emotionally before jumping into another relationship. It seems to be like a societal demand or the pervasiveness of sex, or peer pressure that forces the Author to embark on finding a new love so quickly. (That is something I will like to discuss personally with the Author). But it was a interesting read.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Author Kennedee Devoe is the book’s main character as she gives readers chapter by chapter a glimpse into her past relationships. A young woman with a lot of growing to do, Kennedee goes from relationship to relationship seemingly not learning as she continues to make the same old mistakes and falls back on the need for revenge to even scores. I wanted to like this book more than I actually did. My hat’s off to the author for laying bare her soul for readers. Some of our stupid mistakes we’d rather forget and act as if they never happened while this author chose to expose hers to be read by the masses. Because it’s the author’s own true experiences, I can’t judge her or knock her for what she did or didn’t do or how I would have handled a situation, but, as a book published as fiction, the execution of those experiences was problematic. This book offers a worthy message to readers and I appreciate that. Unfortunately, along the way readers are doused with account after account of a relationship gone wrong. After so many chapters, each about a different guy and a new experience, it became monotonous. Too many similar experiences with the same results. The character repeated her actions over and over without learning or maturing. It got so that I just wanted to fast forward to the point where she grew up. Because this book is based on the author’s life, I think Devoe made the mistake that many authors do when relating their own story – thinking everything should be included because it really happened. This book could have been more effective had the experiences been cut in half or only to those that had an impact on getting her to where she is today. Tupac, Malik Yoba, Ginuwine and Tank all made guest appearances. Normally I would be thrilled but not when it’s in exchange for an author actually describing their characters. Cosmetically, the cover was a fail for me. A carry-a-book-with-me reader, I always have a book in hand. On more than one occasion I was stopped and questioned about this book based on the cover. None of the responses were favorable and I have to agree. Also, obviously no book is error free, but the less errors the better. To the author/editor/publisher, please keep in mind the rules of punctuation in relation to quotation marks. Devoe’s debut, “Two Wrongs Don’t Make It Makes Us Even,” can be viewed as a cautionary tale for young women touching on themes such as self-worth. By no means a bad book, it lacks balance in its execution by taking too long to get to the point, resulting in loss of interest and patience. With the assistance of a developmental editor, I think this author has potential. I’m glad that her “time has come” and that she is the woman she is today. Reviewed by: Toni
SistahsonLit More than 1 year ago
Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even is the gripping real life truths of Kennedee Devoe's relationships. Ms. Devoe holds nothing back as she explains her life's journeys and due to her boyfriends' nonsense, it made her act in some ways that is a little less lady-like. Whether admitted or not, we all have experienced some of these stories in one way or another although not all of us would put it in a book like Ms. Devoe has. Reading this book, it helps you see anyone could overcome the negative forces in their life as they grow and turn their lives around. It only took one hard core experience to make Kennedee see that this was not the life she wanted to live. It was God's plan to have Kennedee come through this experience without the rose colored glasses on in order to be able to relate this message to others who are in need of this 'in your face' story. There will be times throughout the story, you would shake your head and wonder what is going on in this young lady's life to make her keep picking the wrong man but as the story progresses, Kennedee becomes a mature woman who now makes the best decision for long term growth. Bravo to Kennedee and congrats on becoming the woman that you can look in the mirror and be proud of.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I haven't read such a facinating book in quite a while. William Shakespeare once wrote: "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned;" however, never before have I noticed that phrase displayed so eloquently in a non-fiction book as this one. Juan Diaz, a
smilley More than 1 year ago
Kennedee Devoe takes us on a journey of a scron young woman Who seems to keep finding love in all the wrong places. Each Heart break becomes and eventful Revenge racey, suspenseful . 3*** I would recommend those who enjoy light urban lit to read this book Well written and a great Tool for young girls to see themselves.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is drama filled and action packed. This book had me reading every chance I got. It was an easy read, and page turner. I truly enjoyed this book from beginning to end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not a typical relationship book. The author is dishing out revenge, and advice. If you were ever in a bad relationship this book will have you thinking why didn't I do that lol Each chapter has a different character with different explosive sceanarios. This book is filled with drama and humor. I really enjoyed this book.