Tuesday, July 15, 2014

NEW REVIEW : Havoc of a Homewrecker by Mz. Robinson

4 out of 5 books

Toi Underwood has recently been scorned by the man she thought she was going to marry. Unbeknownst to her he was planning to get married…just not to her. After a nearly fatal decision, Toi decides it was time to step back and reevaluate things in her life and takes a break for a while from dealing with any man. That is until the night she goes out with her girls and it is the first time in a long time that someone catches her attention to the point she is ready to let her guard down. But she is soon about to find out she is about to play the “other woman” in this scenario. Will it all be worth it in the end?
Carlton Thomas is a sexy, career driven man that is more than willing to provide for his family. The only thing is his wife Lisa is always complaining about something or another. One day after an altercation between the two, Lisa does the unexpected and Carlton decides to leave to stay with his cousin. Lisa was just so angry she reacted out of spite but she wants her husband to come home. Little does she know Carlton has met someone else, Toi. Although Carlton is honest with Toi about his marital status, Toi makes the decision to continue to see him. When Lisa gets wind of the affair she is determined to get her husband back. Toi begins to wonder if being with Carlton is worth the drama. Will Lisa get her husband back or will she eventually let him go? Will Toi continue the affair after all the drama and lies?
Havoc of a Homewrecker by Mz. Robinson was a fast, drama filled novel that will have you guessing until the end. Just when you think you know how the story is going to end….well read the story and you will understand what I mean. Mz. Robinson definitely knows how to tell a story to keep her readers engaged in the story and the characters. One minute you are rooting for one character the next you find yourself siding with another.  I really enjoyed this novel and I look forward to reading more by her.
Reviewed by Leona
Urban Reviews

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