The Corrupt Gene

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AuthorHouse, May 16, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 220 pages
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The Corrupt Gene is a novel interwoven with four people that shows how life predisposes us to fall in love and seek certain relationships. The story unfolds with Sunita, a Wedding Boutique owner, who wants to be married as much as the customers buying her gowns, so to become married, she increases her efforts to make her boyfriend propose to her. Meanwhile, her best-friend, the tantalizing Katie, who has no problem making men commit to her, can no longer ignore the harsh and cold ways she breaks up with them.

But as the consequences of Katie’s actions catch up to her, and begin to toil on her conscious, she finds apart of herself more humane when meeting the most unlikely of people, Stew, who is an inspiring actor, and who also happens to be stalking his ex-girlfriend.

Just as friends are naturally acquainted through mutual friends, Novice, friend to Stew, becomes deeply affected by Sunita, even though he is married. And as the ties of affection increase between him and Sunita, it is thwarted by the same ideals of faithfulness that they both espouse.

 

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