Vanilla Dream

Vanilla Dream

by Chandra West



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985719739
Publisher: La'' Femme Fatale'' Publishing
Publication date: 09/21/2012
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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Vanilla Dream 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Glad i got around to reading this book. Kept the pages turning until the end.
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luv2readTW More than 1 year ago
This was my first time reading from Chandra West and I enjoyed Vanilla Dream. What would you do if your stuck in an unhappy marriage that drains your mind, body and soul? Well that is Sheila's issue. Sheila is smart, sexy and hard working, any man would be happy to have her as their girl, but the man she is currently with, her husband, doesn't see her the same way others do. Her husband abuses her both emotionally and physically, and yet Sheila still tries to walk around with her head held high. Sheila finally meets a man who is the total opposite of her husband, the only time he lays hands on her is to appreciate her. He is successful, and very smart and makes her feel loved and respected. Ryan is everything Sheila wants, the only problem is she is married and has yet to let him know about her situation, and it appears feelings are starting to get involved. When lies start to surface and things are exposed will Ryan continue to be there for her or will she be forced to turn back to the abusive arms of her husband? This love triangle definitly has some twists. I enjoyed the story, it was very well written. It wasnt a typical drug dealer stupid girl, it was a very different story line that dealt with abusive relationships. As you read the story you get to know Sheila's character and you see she is a good person but you just cant seem to figure out why she stays with her abusive husband when she can get so much more. The book was filled with lies and secrets and a few twists that I didnt see coming and shocked me. The book was written differently it had songs attached to the end of each chapter, and the full versus it gave it something interesting but honest didnt read those lyrics i just read to see the song and kept it moving. This was a good stand alone book and I enjoyed it. I would read the authors other work. **Nook Readers**