The Marrying Kind
Travis Wayne Highgate has been dumped by his wife. He's decided that trying to do things the right way got him nowhere, so he's becoming a player. He changes like a chameleon for each of his new relationships. Once the good guy, now he's devious, conniving, sneaky, and underhanded.
Travis is having the time of his life, until his plan is foiled in ways he never expected.
He realizes his wife is the one he should have worked to stay with in the first place, as chance encounters with her and his new relationships teach him that the grass is not always greener on the other side.
Monique Miller is a 1994 graduate of North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. In 2003, she received an award from the Black Expressions Annual Fiction Writing Contest for the first chapter of her then titled manuscript, Saving the Best for Last, which is now a full length novel titled Secret Sisterhood. She currently lives in Cary, NC with her family.
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