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Kennedee Devoe - Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right...It Makes Us Even - Available Now! - 3.5 out of 5 books - -
Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even by Kennedee Devoe is about the author's life. Kennedee Devoe shares her ups and downs and the men that have came and gone out of her life. Her first experience with heartbreak occurred at a young age when her boyfriend showed up at her house with his new girlfriend on his arm. Kennedee stood there hurt but refused to show the hurt. The boyfriend would later get a taste of Kennedee's revenge.
As Kennedee gets older, she experiences some highs and quite a few lows with men. Kennedee has dated the insensitive asshole, the man that could not keep his hands to himself, etc. But Kennedee is not the type of girl to sit back and take any crap from any man. Kennedee has had family members handle some situations, and she has gotten creative in the ways she handled them. As Kennedee gets older, she realizes that it's better to let karma handle the situation instead of taking it upon herself to dole the revenge out.
Two Wrong's Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even by Kennedee Devoe was definitely an entertaining read. I commend Ms. Devoe for taking her life stories and sharing them in written form. I mainly commend her for sharing certain things in her life that can be considered controversial and putting certain things between the pages for everyone to know. The overall story was very good. My only complaint are the gaps within the story. There are a few things I would have liked to read more about. Overall, Two Wrong's Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even was a good, quick read. I hope Ms. Devoe continues writing, and I look forward to reading more by her.