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In Too Deep Paperback – September 1, 2007
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In Too Deep by Dwayne Joseph is a story that will pull you in from page one. It follows the lives of three brothers on separate paths. The oldest brother, Randy, is dealing with baby mamma drama. His ex, Tina, will not get over the fact that he has moved on to form a lasting relationship with Monique. Tina does all that she can to break them up. Little does she know that it is not only putting a wedge between her and Randy, but also between her and her daughter, Jalisa. The middle brother, Abe, is battling the urges to have an affair. His wife, Nakiya, is suffering from a nerve illness that causes her so much pain he can barely touch her. When he runs into the arms of his boss, Taki, he gets a lot more than what he originally bargained for. Abe and his father disowned the youngest brother, Travis, when he announced at the dinner table that he was gay. Travis is now in an abusive relationship with his lover, Paul. Paul is married with two boys and living deep in the closet. Travis decides that it is time for Paul to choose which life he wants to live.
Joseph brings all the characters to life. In Too Deep has many twists and turns; you will not want to put this book down. I picked it up on my way to bed, then realized that it was 3:00 a.m. and I was FINISHED. I definitely recommend this book and cannot wait to read more from this author.
Meanwhile, youngest brother Travis is facing relationship drama of his own. His lover, Paul, has put him in the hospital again. And although Travis has tried to explain to brother Randy how stressful life can be for a gay man who is still in the closet, his brother Randy can simply not relate. But other than his mother and oldest brother, and Paul, Travis has no one. His brother Abe has not spoken to him since he announced his homosexuality, and his father has disowned him. So Travis has little to lose when he issues an ultimatum to his lover...with tragic, plot-twisting results.
Middle brother Abe has a successful career as a high-powered advertising executive. But his marriage to his beautiful wife Nakiya is floundering as she suffers from a debilitating physical illness. In steps Taki...Abe's boss, who is gorgeous, willing, and with as much to lose as Abe does. The two agree to a relationship built completely on the physical..and that works well until Taki announces that she is falling in love with him.Read more ›
I didn't enjoy this book, three fools and a little tramp. It was an exercise in immature, predictable dribble. It's like eating filet mignon prepared in an easy bake oven.
I'm not saying that some men don't have a clue about how to handle baby mama drama; but, give me a break. If your daughter is in her bed in your house, why open the door at 2:00AM for her conniving mother who has repeatedly made it clear that she wants you? Who doesn't know that that is booty call time? Don't cry because you get fired after you have insulted your boss' skills. Who didn't see that coming? You say your wife is intelligent then you come home smelling like another woman and changing your patterns of behaviors and are surprised when she clues you in that she knows about your infertility. Okay so you're an unemployed gay mistress to a closet gay married man; shocker he lies to you. You want him to leave his wife and jeopardize his professional career to be with you. If he did, what would you eat? I guess you could become a professional pick pocket. Then there's the shallow wife who marries a man who does not satisfy her sexually from day one who then decides to seek sexual satisfaction in the arms of other men. Since there's little to no character development, this one is a little tricky. Stomachs may grow but third legs no. The man brings home less money while you bring home more money. The man spends more time with your children while you spend less and less time with your children. Naki instead of saying me me me me can you say adult store or sexual retreat. Come on Dwayne S. Joseph her husband didn't know she had toys?Read more ›
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The book arrived on time & was in great condition. I work full time & a full time mother. I finished this book in like 2 1/2 weeks. That's reading at nights only before bed. Read morePublished on April 4, 2014 by Alicia Reed
I really enjoy reading this book. You will not be disappointed when you purchase it. Well, I liked all the characters in the book, but I liked Nakyia the best though because I... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by booklover4real
"In Too Deep" had me deep into the book. It was exciting and at times very sad. The author is a great writer and story teller. Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by T. Brooks
This books was so good it started off Slow but once it gets started its very food he is one of my favorite authors!!!Published on May 16, 2011 by ATLANTA PEACH
The Novel-lites read this book about two years ago. We agreed that this book was a good read. It was insightful, intriguing, and thought provoking. Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by T.Marie
Randy, Abe, and Travis Lincoln are brothers that live very different lives with different views despite the common blood that runs through their veins. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Tazzyt2bossye
This book was filled with drama and was a great read. The main lesson to be learnt here is the story of Abe who hated his brother because he was gay only to find out in the end... Read morePublished on November 9, 2009 by Angie's #1 Fan
I really enjoyed this story..I just couldnt believe how cruel Abe was to Travis,Just because he led a different lifestyle than him. Read morePublished on June 2, 2009 by Ms. Read
In Too Deep had a great storyline with a hellacious twist at the end of the story. Amazing how three brothers can lead totally different lives with totally different views - each... Read morePublished on January 19, 2009 by N. Silvas