Reactions: Every Action Has a Reaction

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Reactions is a sexy novel that will hold your interest from beginning to end! *************************************************************************************************** Shameka Nicole Williams- a savvy, sexy businesswoman who secretly loves having sex with strange men in strange places and has no interest in settling down. When she starts having the same reoccurring nightmare she seeks professional help. What Shameka discovers will change her life forever. *************************************************************************************************** Tracy Marie Jackson- Shameka's best friend since kindergarten and the sweet girl next door. She's married to her successful college sweetheart, Eric Jackson, runs a non-profit organization, lives in a million dollar condo in downtown Philly, Tracy has the perfect life. The only thing that's missing is a child. Just when things are going as planned tragedy strikes that rocks Tracy's world. *************************************************************************************************** Christopher Jamal Johnson- the retired NBA player turned ESPN sportscaster. He's married to his college sweetheart, Tina Johnson, has two beautiful children and is trying his hardest to leave his past behind, but this is proving to be the toughest challenge he has ever faced in his entire life. Can Chris gain the courage to put his philandering ways aside and become the faithful husband his wife always desired or will someone from his past prevent him from doing so? *************************************************************************************************** "C Double R is definitely the new Zane on the block! Reactions is a sexy well written novel that captures your attention from the first page to the last" - Sandi Burgis, author of Feelings Flow

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