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Whispers Between The Sheets: A Player's Paradise\At Your Service\A Man And A Half based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This was the worst book I have ever read. I don't know what "Kimani" was thinking when they publish this book. The characters, plot, and the concept of this book was a joke. There was no passion or love to make this book work for the reader. I should have left this book at the bookstore because I was disappointed and I want my money back.
'A Player's Paradise¿ by Victor McGlothin. Anything that Kenton, chief of the Marketing and Sales Division of Dream Creams, touches goes golden whether it is the business of business or the business of women. That is until he meets a bird in the hand that raises his mind and body to new levels. However now that he no longer wants to be a player, Delta considers not playing with him. -- 'At Your Service' by Earl Sewell. Franklin feels beleaguered as his mom Lois and his live in girlfriend Cassandra argue until the latter leaves him when he ¿borrows¿ without asking $1000 to give to his mother. Cassandra apparently runs up his credit cards leaving him with enormous debt that could destroy his hopes of becoming a stockbroker. He decides no more Mr. compassionate nice guy that is until he meets Savannah. However, how will he react when Lois disses Savannah? -- 'A Man and a Half' by Philip Thomas Duck. Standing by himself in front of the church after Sheila jilted him turns into an epiphany for Wesley as he decides to become a player. He tries but feels uncomfortable especially after playing brought Norah the stalker into his life. Instead he wants a woman who makes him feel like ¿A Man and a Half¿ to love for a lifetime commitment. Could his woman and a half be right in front of his face? -- These three authors can write! Each story provides a strong look at relationships from mostly the male perspective. The characters seem genuine and the situations they are in seem real, but so well written reader will want more from writers who impart passionate invigorating contemporary romances. --- Harriet Klausner