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Jaded Paperback – July 29, 2014
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Author: Rhonda Sheree
Publisher: Reason Enterprises
Reviewed by Michele Tater for Review the Book
"jaded: The end result of having a steady flow of negative experiences, disappointment, and unfulfillment fed into a person where they get to the point where their anger circuits just sort of burn out and they accept disillusionment." Urban Dictionary
After three years of dedicated work at a seemingly prestigious law firm, Syeesha Green is dismissed. To say that she was in a state of shock is an understatement. Syeesha planned on finishing law school and working her way up the firm ladder. Now she must find work else where or be evicted, that is if her room mate from hell hasn't already done that.
Jade McCann is a congressman's wife, but she fears he is starting to go back to his cheating ways. She goes to an attorney to find out what her options are and much to her dismay she finds she is bonded to the prenup. One provision stands out though, if Jade can prove her husband is cheating, she will get everything she wants. But how can she prove it? Jade devises a plot to entrap her husband in the arms of another woman and that woman is Syeesha. Syeesha is under the impression she is being hired as Jade's assistant, but of course Jade has other plans. Will Syeesha give in to the enticement of money or will she stand on her morals?
What a juicy plot, no? I was really intrigued by the web that the author has weaved in this book. Even though it is a story of two women from "different sides of town" they are placed in the same space to work out their personal baggage for all the readers to see. It also shows how, just because someone has it all doesn't mean they are happy and content. No matter what our background, race or financial situation, we are all women with our share of problems. I would highly recommend this book to all the "sisters" out there. Oh and wait until you read the ending; you won't believe what happens.
She makes all the right moves and proves she can play a game of intrigue as well as anybody. But then the big surprise happens, and I'll admit I didn't see it coming. But I won't give it away.
I thoroughly enjoyed "Jaded". It was written clearly with none of the problems that plague a lot of Kindle novels. It's story and plot are well formed and I always know where I was and what was going on without having to struggle. The book is well worth the price.
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