Monday, September 13, 2010

NEW REVIEW: Sasha Campbell - Confessions

ConfessionsSasha Campbell -
Confessions -
Available Now! -
3.5 out of 5 books -

Nikki Truth is a bookstore owner by day and a radio talk show host at night. Those seeking out relationship advice are quick to call into the show "Truth Hurts," wanting Nikki's blunt yet insightful advice. The only problem is that Nikki can't seem to take some of the advice she dishes out to her listeners. Her love life is in shambles. Her husband Donovan is over in Iraq and after receiving a letter from him, she feels as if her marriage is over. In trying to move on, she meets Kenyon, a widower that seems too good to be true. Everyone else tries to warn her about Kenyon, but she chalks everything they say up to rumors or hating.

Nikki's best friend, Trinette Montgomery is married to a wealthy CFO who seems to be out of town more than at home. Trinette is fine with this arrangement because it gives her time to indulge in extracurricular activities...all for monetary gain. Will Nikki realize that she is about to lose the best thing that ever happened to her before it is too late? Will she be able to let go of the demons of her past in order to learn to really trust and forgive?

Confessions by Sasha Campbell is a story of friendship, love, lust and lies. Confessions is a story of two friends who are going through their own problems with their husbands. One is trying to cope with the destruction of her marriage, and the other is thinking that she has her husband wrapped around her finger. Little do either of them realize…they are both wrong and that the truth does hurt. The story had a very slow start, but all-in-all, Confessions was a pretty good read.

Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews
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