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Book Review - Where I Want To Be

by Deltareviewer (writer), OKC, November 26, 2007

Do you want to read a book about love and all the issues it can have? This is for you.

Alexis Hunter thought she had life all under control. She was a 20-something teacher living in Detroit and in love with Kevin Washington, the man of her dreams. Her life was turned upside down by an early morning phone call from Kevin's wife. Her perfect man unraveled bit by bit and things spiraled totally out of control. Alexis' girlfriends, Morgan and Claire, step in to help cheer her up by taking her on a girl's only trip.

New Orleans is a vibrant city full of fun and romance. The girls go out on the town dressed to impress and meet three members of the New Orleans Hornets Basketball team. Morgan and Claire were ready to throw caution to the wind and ride on the wings of whatever happens but Alexis is very guarded. Until she meets Massai, he is a complete package – intelligent, handsome, and awesome ball player. Massai was determined to get to know Alexis even though he had a live in lover. Will cupid be able to soften Alexis' heart and open Massai to commitment?

Where I Want To Be is a fast moving tale of love and all the issues that rise up because of it. The ideas of honesty, trust and forgiveness are uncovered and brilliantly dealt with one at a time. The characters jump right off the page and the reader will become involved in their lives like personal friends. Diaab has hit a home run with her freshmen book and this reviewer can't wait until her next.

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1 comments on Book Review - Where I Want To Be

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By Credo on January 09, 2014 at 12:03 am

The concept of love that you pose in your article is striking. But nevertheless as we read between the lines what we see is the harsher challenges of today's brand of love, where the complexities of modern living seems to confront the opportunity for love.


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