Married Men

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2005 - Fiction - 477 pages
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Savvy, smart Kyle runs a booming African-American beauty supply business, but his main job is hiding his wife from the sistahs who would skin him alive for marrying a woman like her. Easy-going Allen can please his bossy Mama and his gold-digging fianc e - just not at the same time. Big-hearted Wil's got a wife with a mouth so big she should consider a career in broadcasting. And smooth and sexy Jay's 'the man' - not only for his wife, but for all the other lovely ladies he can't resist. Lifelong friends Kyle, Allen, Wil, and Jay are finding out that marriage means more than acting like the Huxtables. When each one is shown the door by his furious woman, the result is a rowdy romp through sleazy hotels, divorce court, jail, and Viagra - all in the arms of old flames, young things, and cutie pies. As the friends fend off strippers, trippers, psycho ex-football players, and stuff too freaky to mention, they know there's one thing they can always count on... each other.

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User Review  - Chicagoan - LibraryThing

Many of Carl's books are very good: interesting characters with plot twists and turns you will never see coming. However, this book was an exception. The characters were shallow and the plot was ... Read full review

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Captivating characters and loved the story line!!! Keeps you guessing!!! Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Carl Weber graduated from Virginia State University and holds an MBA in marketing from the University of Virginia. He is an Essence bestselling novelist and author of Something on the Side, The First Lady, So You Call Yourself a Man, The Preacher's Son, Player Haters, Baby Mama Drama and Married Man. He is also the author of several New York Times Best Sellers such as He Said, She Said, She Ain't The One, and The Family Business 2. Weber is a life long reader but wanted to write. When he realized the growing importance of African-American fiction to readers and publishers he couldn't resist writing. He wanted to write a book about ordinary people who have crazy things happen in their lives. His work received immediate positive responce from readers. Once he had one book under his belt, he kept going. His first novel - Lookin' for Luv, was a relationbship story written from the male perspective. In addition to his writing, Weber is the founder and publisher of Urban Books and in 2005, he was named Blackboard's Publisher of The Year. He is also a recipient of Blackboard's Bestseller of the Year award.

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