The Cheating Curve
When two friends come clean about infidelity, what they learn will change everything. . .
Every other Sunday, best friends Aminah Anderson and Langston "Lang" Rogers get manicures in trendy downtown Brooklyn and then have brunch. The two share everything with each other--almost. Lang's been keeping a secret from Aminah. She's cheating on her husband. When Aminah learns about the affair, the news hits too close to home. For Aminah's husband has also been unfaithful. She thought Lang understood the hurt and humiliation infidelity causes. She was wrong.
Lang knows Aminah is disappointed in her, but they have different views. Lang only calls it cheating if she gets caught. Her spouse is devoted to her, yet she needs more. Though Aminah doesn't understand, her friend's admission leads her to finally confront her husband. Now their friendship, their marriages, and their self-respect will be put to the ultimate test. . .
"Realistic and entertaining." --Booklist
Paula T. Renfroe is the author of The Cheating Curve and the editor-in-chief of Juicy magazine. She has written for Time Out New York, The Source, Vibe and XXL magazines. The mother of two is diligently working on balancing life, workouts, and empty nest syndrome.
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