Monday, August 15, 2011
Mistress no more
Mistress no more
New York : Dafina Books, c2011.
281 p. ; 21 cm.
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Dafina; 1 Original edition (May 31, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x
The much-anticipated sequel to the bestseller Message from a Mistress is here! Will the wives finally get their revenge on their notorious "frenemy"? Niobia Bryant thrills readers again with another bold, sexy, suspense-packed story!
In Message from a Mistress, Jessa Bell shocks her three married girlfriends by texting them all that she's sleeping with one of their husbands--and refused to reveal which one. All three women had reason to believe they had cheating liars on their hands, and much chaos and heartache ensued. But for some of these women, the curse may actually have been a blessing.... Jaime Hall starts to see her husband for who he really is--a judgmental, controlling man who only cares about himself. Aria Livewell turns to therapy to cope--and learns things about herself that actually improve her life. And Renee Clinton has a hard time grappling with what's true and isn't, but may eventually see what's really important when all is said and done. So Jessa may be ready to confront the ladies and move on. But she may soon learn that revenge isn't just sweet: It can be deadly. Because nothing will ever be the same once Jessa Bell decides that she's a mistress no more....
About the Author
Niobia Bryant is the author of more than twenty books in three different genres. She also writes as Meesha Mink and Simone Bryant. The Newark, NJ native currently lives in South Carolina.
"Jessa Bell shocked the hell out of her three best friends when she announced she was having an affair with one of their husbands--then refused to say which one. She has been reveling in watching her friends self-destruct while trying to figure out which dog of a husband has been getting some on the side. But now, caught between as ex-lover who won't let her go, and a new lover who's more than happy to, Jessa's ready to confront the ladies, reveal the truth, and move on. Maybe her stunt will even send her latest married man back into her waiting arms for good..."--P.  of cover.