Monday, April 16, 2007

The Forthcoming: Nishawnda Ellis - Wives and Girlfriends


Nishawnda Ellis
Wives and Girlfriends
April 24, 2007


Betraying vows taken for a night full of lust can lead to a lifetime full of pain. Wealthy Black prominent entrepreneur Dominic Jones' livelihood rests on money, power and women. He enjoys splitting his time between married life and serial love affairs with his girlfriends. Suffering from depression, being overweight and having to be the disciplinary for their bratty spoiled rotten daughter, Dominic's wife Donna has enough on her plate and is not ready to deal with the kind of man she married. Although Dominic proclaims to love his family, he's very careless with the women in his life and is use to them falling in line. That is until he meets Tera Larou, a woman who makes a career from dating married men. She and Dominic share a lustful and erotic affair. Against all her rules, Tera falls in love with Dominic and demands he leave his family for her. Under no circumstances is Dominic willing to leave his family for any woman.

Left with no other option, Tera plots to get rid of Donna and become Dominic's wife. But When Tera's advances threaten! the safety of Dominic's family; an already suspicious Donna is finally ready to do something about her cheating husband. Dominic has to act fast before he loses everything. Tera winds up brutally murdered and Dominic is the primary suspect. With his unfaithful ways out in the open and his ex-girlfriend death's hanging over his head, Dominic soon realizes the consequences of living a double life between his wife and girlfriend. Wives and Girlfriends is a seductive and suspenseful tale of lust, infidelity and murder, with a surprise twist at the end. Get ready to be entertained, as this story takes you through the life of a cheating ruthless husband and the women that love him.

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