The reviews for In The Mirror are pouring in. Here is another satisfied reader.
On June 3, 2014, In The Mirror will be available for your reading pleasure. I can’t wait until everyone is able to read it, and you, too, will say what Beverley says.
I’ve just ordered the final proof for In The Mirror. I can’t wait until it gets here. I am so excited about this book. I believe people are going to love it. It has everything readers would want in a story about the other woman–love, romance, drama, self-discovery, suspense. All the questions a person may have about why the other woman is the other woman and how she maintains in that role is answered by Jasmine, the protagonist. Reading In The Mirror will take you deep inside the heart and mind of the other woman, and you will emerge seeing her in a totally new light.
If you were to ask the other woman what she knows about her boyfriend, she would probably say something like, he is not in love with this wife. He’s only there for the children. As soon as the timing is right, he’ll leave his wife and marry her. If the wife was doing her job he wouldn’t be sleeping with me. His wife is not as pretty as I am. His wife doesn’t listen to him the way I do.
If you ask the other woman about her married boyfriend, she would tell you a slew of things about his wife.
In The Mirror, like most of my stories, takes place in my wonderful hometown of Baltimore. So I’m going to share Batlimore through the eyes of Jasmine, the main character of In The Mirror. So hang out with Jasmine as she takes you on a tour around the city and shows you a Baltimore few people see.
I met a young woman named Sharell yesterday and I asked her to look at the cover of In The Mirror and tell me what she thought the book was about. Here’s what she said.
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How is Jasmine different from every other woman whose stories we’ve heard?