Publication Date: September 30, 2014
5 Stars=Non-Stop Page Turner
Sullivan, Lawson, Angel, Reginell and Kina are back but this time their friendship is put to the test. Sullivan is expecting a baby boy and excited about having another child. She is so ecstatic seeming that motherhood is the only thing she gets right. When a tragic incident occurs, Sullivan receives bad news that changes her whole world. Lawson is the proud mother of a college student and has become close to her step-son. When her eldest son, Namon comes home to announce his surprise, Lawson’s old ways resurface. Lawson doesn’t like not being able to control any given situation but this time she just may have gone too far.
Angel has been patient and waiting for Duke to make her an honest woman again. Everything is going good until a co-worker accuses Duke of the unthinkable. Will Angel stand by her man? Or will she turn the other cheek. Reginell’s life has finally come full circle. She has been able to put the past behind her and she is in love with a wonderful man. The only problem with being in love with your sister’s baby daddy is that your sister doesn’t understand boundaries. Reginell has had it and this time under certain circumstances she definitely has to put her foot down.
Kina has had success but looking for a new venture since reality television is not going as planned. When Kina is offered a book deal and receives a nice advance she is thrilled until the publisher assigns a ghostwriter to help her produce the final product. Unbeknownst to Kina her ghostwriter, Desdemona has a hidden agenda that will either make or break Kina and her friends.
Flawbulous is by far my favorite book in this series. These ladies finally had to face their truths which cause some unsuspected consequences. I appreciated Desdemona’s character and loved that she entered into these ladies lives even though she frustrated me at times. This book had twists and turns but brought suspense, anticipation and entertainment. I definitely recommend Flawbulous to others.
This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.
Reviewed by Teresa Beasley