Where Did We Go Wrong? by Monica-Mathis Stowe

Title: Where Did We Go Wrong?

Author: Monica Mathis-Stowe

Rating: 4

Headline: Girlfriends to the End!

Monica Mathis-Stowe writes a story that most women can relate to in Where Did We Go Wrong? Gabby, Maxine, and Joy believe they are thick as thieves but what happens when the ties that bind are challenged. Gabby is the diva of the bunch. She is determined to get whatever she wants at whatever cost normally forgetting about that little word called karma. Maxine is the one that seems to have the perfect husband and family life but everything changes when she finds out it was all an illusion. And, Joy has an overbearing mother who controls her even as an adult.

Monica Mathis-Stowe has done an excellent job at developing the characters as I could relate to an aspect of each of them and could feel their pain as well as their victories. Where Did We Go Wrong? is full of drama and will keep you excitedly turning the pages. I look forward to reading more work by Monica Mathis-Stowe.

Where Did We Go Wrong? can be purchased here: http://www.amazon.com/Where-Did-We-Wrong-ebook/dp/B007QE3Y60/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Visit the author’s website at: http://www.monicamathisstowe.com/

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Teach Me by Iris Bolling

Title: Teach Me

Author: Iris Bolling

Rating: 5

Headline: Take Notes!

Joseph and Sally Lassiter have twelve children and Teach Me by Iris Bolling is the story of the fifth child, Diamond. Diamond is beautiful, intelligent, and is ready for love. Enter Zack Davenport. Zack enters into Diamond’s workplace and he is loud, rude, and very obnoxious but somehow she finds herself attracted to him.

Diamond is determined to have Zack in her life but she is new to love and relationships. But, with the simple phrase of “teach me how to love you,” a romance blossoms between the two. Ms. Bolling writes a story that is full of laughter, struggles, realistic situations, and it leaves you waiting for more. This was my first time reading Ms. Bolling’s work but it will definitely not be my last as I plan to now read the entire “Heart Series” so I can get familiar with some of the characters.

 Just remember when you think you are the one being the teacher, you might end up being the one who learns a lesson!