Should Have Known Better

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 25, 2011 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When your dreams come crashing down, what's next? In Essence® bestselling author Grace Octavia's moving new novel, one woman must begin again when betrayal shatters the life she knew. . .

Dawn Jones's sorority sisters thought she made a big mistake marrying blue-collar Reginald. But thanks to hard work and belief in each other, Dawn and Reginald left the big city and made their own happiness, complete with a comfortable home and two lively children. Dawn can't wait to show everyone just how perfect her choices were especially when her mega-successful best friend, Sasha, shows up to visit. But she never expected Sasha would like Reginald so much she'd steal him for herself. . .or that Reginald would see Sasha as a second chance to pursue hopes he never fulfilled.

With her perfect life now in shambles, Dawn will do whatever it takes to regain what she's lost. But the road back will mean facing the hardest of truths, even tougher choices and risking more than she ever imagined to discover what her life could really be.

"Wonderful . . . holds your attention from beginning to end." Romantic Times on Something She Can Feel

"Funny and sexy." Essence® on Take Her Man

"Octavia pens a great tale." --The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers

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About the author (2011)

Grace Octavia is a native of Long Island and a graduate of New York University. She also completed her PhD in English at Georgia State University. A proud sister of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, she is also a member of the Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society. The former editor of Rolling Out Urbanstyle Weekly, she lives in Atlanta, GA. She enjoys international travel, hiking, cooking, and being with her girlfriends. She currently teaches writing at Spelman College.

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