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Love VS. Trust

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What I liked about this novel....

I found "Love VS. Trust" was a good urban fiction read and as I read through this novel I wasn't able to put it down until the end. I loved how this author was able to make you feel like you were there. So many times I found myself talking to the novel trying my best to help Erica out with some of her issues that she was going though. Thank God Erica had her sisters their to help her having her back especially Ebony. Now, if only she would listen to them. There seems to have been problems between these sisters for so long but maybe with Erica now needing her sister they could become closer. One could definitely see during this read that Erica needed someone to talk to since it seemed she had trouble talking to her husband Richard. However, Erica didn't need that friend Diane but we will be left to see what will come of that friendship in this authors next book part two. Would I recommend this read? YES! ( )
  arlenadean | May 3, 2015 |
Title: Love VS. Trust
Author: Ms. T. Nicole
Publisher: Pleasure Principle Publications
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
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"Love VS. Trust" by Ms. T. Nicole

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"Erica’s search for the truth will force her to go back and face what she deemed as a difficult past. Her sisters are now back in her life as they offer her true love and honesty, leaving her to make a decision that may cost her everything.

Growing up, Erica felt as if she wasn't loved. After meeting and marrying the person who gave her love and everything in between, Erica was on a quest to finding the truth and her voice. Everything was going according to plan until her husband Richard started to change his patterns and raises her brow of curiosity. With love on the line and a marriage hanging by a thread, will love keep them together, or will lust pull them apart?"

What I liked about this novel....

I found "Love VS. Trust" was a good urban fiction read and as I read through this novel I wasn't able to put it down until the end. I loved how this author was able to make you feel like you were there. So many times I found myself talking to the novel trying my best to help Erica out with some of her issues that she was going though. Thank God Erica had her sisters their to help her having her back especially Ebony. Now, if only she would listen to them. There seems to have been problems between these sisters for so long but maybe with Erica now needing her sister they could become closer. One could definitely see during this read that Erica needed someone to talk to since it seemed she had trouble talking to her husband Richard. However, Erica didn't need that friend Diane but the we will be left to see what will come of that friendship in this authors next book part two. Would I recommend this read? YES! ( )
  arlenadean | Jan 21, 2015 |
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