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Ladies' Man by Frederick Germaine

Ladies' Man

by Frederick Germaine

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This was a really good book! I could not put it down!

"Ladies' Man is about Damien Hardy, a young man who gets his heart broken and vows to never let it happen again. He decides to become a Ladies Man, but his decision affects his life in ways he never expected.

I really enjoyed this book, from beginning to end. It is a must read! ( )
  TJoyner | Dec 4, 2018 |
Hurt and Pain

Damien Hardy is one of the most popular guys in Crenshaw High. He excels in academics and sports. He also is easy on the eyes and has a beautiful cheerleader girlfriend. That is until one day he decides to surprise her, but it is Damien that is about to get the shock of his life. He soon finds that his girlfriend has committed the ultimate betrayal. Damien gets it in his head that no other woman will ever have his heart again.

Hurt and betrayed, Damien takes his best friend, Mookie, up on his offer to move to Atlanta. Damien soon puts into play Mookie's motto of having a starting lineup of five women on deck to go on rotation for whatever needs he needs fulfilled. Soon his love life seems to be going pretty good. Key word "seems." All the women that he sleeps with come with some sort of drama and this drama is about to throw his life into a tailspin.

Unfortunately, the synopsis of "Ladies Man" by Frederick Germaine tells most of the story. It is also a little conflicting since the synopsis says he has a "plethora" of women. Plethora means an overabundance of women, and I could literally count on my hand the number of women that graced the pages of this book. Aside from the grammatical and editing issues in the story, I would like to suggest that the author invest in a good developmental editor, because there are clearly gaps that need to be filled.

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  OOSABookClub | Oct 9, 2011 |
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