An Accidental Affair

  • by Eric Jerome Dickey
  • Narrated by Christopher Lane
  • 11 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

James Thicke is a man whose mysterious past runs as deep as his violent streak. He’s channeled the intensity of his soul into twin passions - success as a screenwriter and marriage to movie actress Regina Baptiste. In the midst of filming his latest script, starring Regina and leading man Johnny Bergs, James receives a video of his wife caught in the most compromising of situations. Hours later, the clip of the on-set infidelity has hit the Internet and gone viral in the blogosphere and across all channels of social media. James responds to the affront by savagely attacking Johnny Bergs, and the spectacle has both the paparazzi and the police amassing at the married couple’s estate. James goes on the run, but only as far as the city of Downey, California. As James tries to protect Regina from Hollywood’s underbelly, lust, blackmail, and revenge become his constant companions. Does an accidental affair spell permanent danger?


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A Great Story and a Great Read!

An Accidental Affair
First of all, let me say, Eric Jerome Dickey is a wonderful writer.   I always enjoy reading his books. His characters are always multi-layered and interesting people.  They are very well developed, very intriguing and always entertaining. You never end up where you think you might. And even if you do, you can't predict how you will get there because EJD will always throw you off.  I love it!  I wish he would bring out a book more often than what he does. His  writing truly entertains me and takes me to another place, right in the middle of his story.  
The one thing I really like about EJD's books is, you always can come away with a strong moral lesson and the journey to that moral lesson is simply extraordinary. 
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- Sheba "AVID READER!!!!"

Too Retro for Me

Except for the references to cell phones, email, twitter etc., this book sounds like it was written in the 1950's, with all the focus on men, sex and violence and their demeaning treatment of women. Reminds me of a time when women were objectified by hair color - "the blonde", "the brunette" etc. like products in a convenience store.

I couldn't gat past about 15 minutes of this. I see why it's on sale (unfortunately, three days after my purchase) but I was too early to get the sale price. It's still not worth a credit, nor the sale price either.
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- Pamela Harvey "glam"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-17-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio