Careful of the Company You Keep

Here is goes!  A few days ago I stopped in Barnes and Nobles Bookstore.  Can’t remember the aisle I was in, but the cover caught my attention.   Two black women sitting at a table on the cover of the book.  So, I picked the book up and the first page was a shock.  Someone was caught with their pants down? WHAT?!  I knew this had to be a juicy one.  I think we have a winner here folks.  Follow my blog as I unfold all the drama that takes place in the book.  Go grab you a copy and join in on Wednesday at 10am to see what’s going on in the first few chapters.  Leave a comment if you like.

Back of the book

After finding her husband in a compromising position, romance author Renee Moore goes back to her hometown, hoping to start over. But once again, she finds herself looking for love in all the wrong places. To make matters worse, just as she decides a healthy relationship may not be her destiny, her ex delivers shocking news that could change her life forever.  Practical nurse Danielle Brooks’ professional life is picture perfect, but her personal life is a mess. Her daughter is about to give birth to a baby believed to have been fathered by Danielle’s ex. In an attempt to mend her shattered heart, Danielle has been dating Calvin Cambridge, a truly nice guy. But when Calvin proposes, Danielle wants to be sure she is ready to commit. She enlists Renee to test his fidelity, but when the seduction goes too far, all their relationships may be in jeopardy.  Meanwhile, their best friend is getting married, and she is counting on Renee and Danielle to help her plan the wedding-whether they are speaking to each other or not. But with Renee now being threatened by a mystery woman, and Danielle facing her most serious crisis yet, they can not help wondering if it is all going to get worse before it gets better.  As things come to a head in each woman’s life, there is a whole lot of praying going on-and Renee and Danielle soon realize they are blessed in spite of it all-with faith, second chances-and each other.

About The Author

Angie Daniels is a African American author who grew up on the South side of Chicago but later relocated to Columbia, Missouri. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration as well as a Master’s degree in Resource Management. Daniels lives in Missouri.



5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Tiffany on January 12, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    Young PR Groups says way to go on your first blog!

  2. Congrats on your first post lady! Looking forward to following the blog 🙂

  3. Posted by Leslie on January 12, 2009 at 6:46 pm

    I been looking for a reason to turn the tv off and read a good book.

  4. Posted by cmgamble on January 28, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    This is a great idea for a blog. I recently started a blog and came across yours. I added yours to my blogroll. I am interested in following the book.

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