Thursday, February 3, 2011

Book Review - Broken Promises Never Mend *Special Edition* by Allison "Essence M" Edwards

Broken Promises Never Mend *Special Edition*

 
Tamika Adams never lost in anything she did as a child. Now all grown up she's seeking to win in the battle called Love. Soon she meets a suitable opponent in Quincy Thompson, a man who definitely brings his A-game and quickly sweeps her off her feet. When their two worlds collide, its filled with passion, love and sex. However lurking in the shadows are secrets and lies from the past that will turn their world upside down and cause their alliances to shift. Will they continue to play on the same side or will their fight for love simply be a recipe for disaster!?
Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 26th 2010 by CreateSpace 
My thoughts:
Tamika hooked up with Quincy pretty quick in the beginning of this book.  He was a total stranger and he brought her home.  He "conveniently" left his coat in her house and had to come back to get it. Meanwhile she is upstairs pleasuring  herself in her bathtub.  He can hear everything, but she doesn't know that he is standing outside her door until she hears him knocking.  She lets him in.
I bent over and picked up his jacket from the back of my living room chair.  I didn't get far up before I felt his massive erection poking my ass.  Quincy leaned over as I gasped at the feeling of a man this close to me. p. 29
Tamika and Quincy start seeing each other after that.  Tamika's friend saw Quincy with another woman, but she didn't want to believe it.  Then she started getting weird deliveries, people showing up at her door, then there was the keychain. 

I read this book and one sitting and really enjoyed it.  I look forward to the sequel!
4 out of 5 diamonds!
Really Liked It!
Visit the Author's website at:  illuminnessencepublishing.com

My thoughts on this book were in no way influenced by the author or publicist.They are my personal reflections based solely on MY experience while reading this novel.  I bought this autographed copy from the author.

3 comments:

  1. What was up with the keychains???

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  2. this book sounds pretty good, will keep it in mind.

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