My Husband's Whore Part 2 By Racquel Williams



Book Description...

"The drama continues as Destiny Clarke, vows to claim what’s rightfully hers—Hassan Clarke and his money. Sick and tired of lies and betrayal, Destiny decides to take matters in her own hands, by creating havoc in the lives of the people who've done her wrong. 
Hassan Clarke is so engulfed into his deceitful ways, that he becomes oblivious to the fact that his life and his freedom are up for grabs. Friends become enemies and in the end, he has no one to call on, but himself.
Imani Gibson is too naive to realize that some things are not worth fighting for; in this case, another woman’s husband. She soon realizes that games are for children and not everyone is playing with a full deck.
Watch the drama unfold with this trio, as more secrets are revealed and lives are torn apart, all in the name of love. How will it end? Will Destiny finally get her man, or will her husband’s whore end up on top?"


Title:  My Husband's whore Part 2
Author:  Racquel Williams
Publisher: Racquel Williams/Leo Sullivan Presents
Series: Part 2
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Five
Review:

"My Husband's Whore Part 2" by Racquel Williams

What I liked about this novel.....

All I can say is this author really know how to get and keep your attention with this well written
story.  I was so happy to get the rest of this story as the reader is able to find out what all was going on with Destiny,Amaiya,  Hassan, Imani, Cory, Spencer and a few other characters.  I will say there was so much drama, twist and turns that I wasn't able to put this book down and above all this is not a predictable read. There were so many things that happened in the story was down right unbelievable that you would not think one would do but the reader will find out that this did happen and definitely leaving you shaking your head and saying wow!  The story really had a interesting banging ending that will leave the reader wondering.







  

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