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On the surface, Lena Spencer appears to have it all: a wealthy husband, two wonderful children, a life of luxury. In reality, Lena finds happiness elusive. Her husband is emotionally distant, her son has developed a drug habit, and her daughter is disgusted by her mother's "overbearing behavior." After trying marriage counseling, Lena's husband gives her an ultimatum: "Be grateful for all I've done for you -- or leave." Lena chooses the latter.
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Readers familiar with the writing of Connie Briscoe, Terry McMillan, and Be Be Campbell Moore will welcome Jacqueline Luckett to the world of African-American literature during a time when the most ... Read full review
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Lena seemingly has everything, yet feels unfulfilled. I wanted to shake her and tell her she really does have everything, appreciate it! But she's a fictional character and I couldn't. I didn't always ... Read full review