I’ll Never Let You Go by Leonard Anderson Jr

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41D5Nn9OvkL._SX323_BO1,204,203,200_Kevin is debonair, well educated, loyal and willing to do anything to make his significant other happy. Yet he has been unable to hold onto Brenda after being involved for over fifteen years. Kevin’s attributes, which would be appreciated by most women, are considered to be boring, routine and predictable to Brenda.

Brenda has a wild and insatiable side that she feeds by frequently going out on manhunts seeking new conquests. Once amused and satisfied she returns to Kevin who welcomes her back with open arms hoping she’ll finally commit. But was there always more to Brenda than meets the eye?

Was Brenda’s immoral behavior lying dormant and then suddenly awakened upon meeting Kevin? Will Kevin ever experience true love or remain a victim of Brenda’s sorted and twist life?

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Five Star Review on Amazon By Jaime Jordon

Wow wonderful eye opening book, the beginning information about alpha males caught me, i love this book, i fell like i could relate a lot, i love it. i was completely mesmerized right from word 1 to the last word, this book is eye catching and just great, it would be better if the cover was a little more eye-popping though, its a really good book in general.

About the Author

Leonard Anderson Jr is a native Philadelphian who currently resides in Plymouth Meeting Pa. Leonard recently obtained his Master’s Degree in Health Administration from St. Joseph’s University May 2012. He is employed as a Billing Manager at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. Leonard’s love for writing begin when he penned his first song as a member of the Acapella group The Thorough Tones entitled ‘We’re Making Love. His compassionate side led him to write two poetry books entitled “Damn Right I’ve Got Attitude” and “Two Began the Loving.” Since then he has written 5 novels, 2 plays and is currently working on a movie script for his novel “The Blackavellian Knights”. Leonard’s website is www.leonardandersonjr.com