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Loving The Wrong Man

Kimolisa Mings

Publisher: Kimolisa Mings

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Summary

Can the good wife resist temptation? 
Amanda Jones is the good wife. She takes a job in the Whitfield household to secure a job for her husband, but with the job comes temptation. 
Maxwell Whitfield is a playboy who does not respect the institution of marriage and out of all the women at his finger tips, he wants the one who strives to be faithful to her husband - that is until Maxwell puts her in a position that forces her cheat. 
But Amanda isn't the only one in her marriage who has been unfaithful. The more she tries to keep her marriage together, the more secrets come forth, some that are unforgivable. 
Can the good wife forgive and forget? 
The playboy. The unfaithful husband who is the wrong man to love?

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