Charmaine is an intelligent and beautiful woman who thought she found the love of her life. In the initial stages, she was showered with love by Devon who placed her on a pedestal. He catered to her every whim and she wanted for nothing materially, physically or emotionally. She was sure she had found heaven on earth and Devon was her angel. Her dreamy existence deteriorates suddenly and without warning, crashes and burns. She continues to love Devon through the agony and ecstasy, but he doesn’t reciprocate any feelings or emotions. Devon disappears and Charmaine vows to find out what happened to him. To further complicate her life, she’s constantly battling a rival at work always vying for the same jobs. Her disdain turns into curiosity and then desire. Looking for attention, she contemplates giving in to her physical and emotional longings. But even through the heartbreak, disappointment and rejection, her heart’s desire is to find Devon and the love they shared once upon a time.
But even through the heartbreak, disappointment and rejection, her heart’s desire is to find Devon and the love they shared once upon a time.
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Leonard Anderson (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
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