Arielle Crowell -
Mr. Undesirable -
Available Now! -
4.5 out of 5 books -
Longtime friends Freddie, Corie, and Damon were three of the most self-centered and egocentric men that lived in the D.C. area. Freddie was the ladies' man because could charm a woman out of her money, car, and panties with just one glance. He was very good at his craft because he couldn't hold down a job to save his life, and the fact that he lived with his momma didn't make it any better. Corie was a married psychologist who didn't know the true meaning of faithfulness. While his wife was taking care of their daughter, he was taking care of his patients in more ways than just helping them with their problems. And then there was the NFL player, Damon. Damon thinks that all eyes should be on him. His ego was bigger than the football field he played on. These three friends will encounter drama, tragedy, and death. Will they prevail and still walk among Washington D.C. as the undesirable men that they are? Or will the new events that happen to them change them for the better?
Mr. Undesirable by Arielle Crowell is filled with so much drama that I don't know where to begin. All I can say is that this book will keep you engrossed until the last page. There are some twists that you would not expect. The author does a great job of keeping the attention of her readers because each chapter gives you enough detail to understand each character and the issues they are going through. While reading, you don't know if you should hate them, laugh at their foolishness, or feel bad for them for what they're going through. The only small issue I had with the story is that there was a lot of grammatical errors. But other than that, Mr. Undesirable is a great read.
Reviewed by Jackie for Urban Reviews
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