Teganjaz Books Presents...Author, Tracy L. Darity

Bringing you the best in contemporary fiction, one book at a time

A View From Tracy's Point

Post Reply
Forum Home > Book Reviews (Tracy's Books) > Web of Deceit, October 5, 2010

Tracy L Darity
Site Owner
Posts: 116

4.0 out of 5 stars

By L. Romich "Book Nympho" (Akron, oH) 

Reviewed by Leona

APOOO BookClub

 

 

 This review is from: Love...Like Snow In Florida On A Hot Summer Day (Paperback)

 

LOVE...LIKE SNOW IN FLORIDA ON A HOT SUMMER DAY by Tracy L. Darity is the story of married couple LaDamien & Kim Bryson. Their story is one that many people can relate too: a one-sided marriage. LaDamien Bryson is unhappily married. He married his wife, Kim, for all the wrong reasons. While at a party one night, he approaches a woman by the name of Mya. From there a whirlwind romance ensues. To LaDamien's credit he is upfront with Mya on his marital status. Unfortunately, LaDamien forgets the carnal rule of Affairs 101: "never fall in love with the affair."

 

From the outside looking in, Kim is happily married to LaDamien. Little do her

friends know she is miserable. She is sick of LaDamien and his constant cheating. She has stuck by LaDamien through the thick and thin and loved him

throughout all the mess that he has put her through. She is tired of his disrespect for her and their family. When LaDamien's latest affair is brought to

the surface, she realizes that this affair is not like the rest. Too ashamed to

confide in her family or friends she turns to the one person she should not.

 

LOVE...LIKE SNOW IN FLORIDA ON A HOT SUMMER DAY by Tracy L. Darity is a love triangle told from the point-of-view of each character-LaDamien, Kim and Mya. It is a story of love, lust, lies and betrayal. There are two things to keep in

mind before entering into an affair: 1. "...remember the grass isn't greener

across the way, sometimes it's just the time of the day and the position of the

sun." 2. "God ain't gonna bless you with another woman's husband. Not today,

tomorrow, not ever." The author does an excellent job in tellling each characters' side of the story, although I did feel like it was a bit repetitive.  The beginning of the story was a bit slow but it does pick up. In reading this tale, you are sure to see how the consequences of your actions of being the one cheated on or the cheater affects the other party.

 

This book was provided by the author for review purposes.

 

Original review is located on Amazon.com

November 25, 2010 at 12:54 PM Flag Quote & Reply

You must login to post.