The Prisoner's Wife
As a favor for a friend, a bright and talented young woman volunteered to read her poetry to a group of prisoners during a Black History Month program. It was an encounter that would alter her life forever, because it was there, in the prison, that she would meet Rashid, the man who was to become her friend, her confidant, her husband, her lover, her soul mate. At the time, Rashid was serving a sentence of twenty years to life for his part in a murder. The Prisoner's Wife is a testimony, for wives and mothers, friends and families. It's a tribute to anyone who has ever chosen, against the odds, to love.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KatieHeflin - LibraryThing
This is an awesome read. It takes us into the story of this woman who happened to go to a prison one day to read her poetry to the men and happens to meet one of prisoners there and they start to fall ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - spoko - LibraryThing
I don't even know where to begin describing this book. It's absolutely stunning. One of my all-time favorite books, and one of very few that I would give a perfect ‘10' to. All I knew going in was the ... Read full review