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Publisher's Summary

The past always has a way of catching up with you.
Charisma Canton was born and raised in the heart of Baltimore, where she learns that a moment's pleasure can sometimes lead to a life of pain. Against her better judgment, she has a one-night stand that changes her life forever. Turning over the family business to her cousin, she leaves behind her past. Charisma moves to Miami, where she meets Mr. Manny Manifesto, aka Mr. Baseball. Manny is coming off his best season ever, bringing with him a freshly inked $250 million-plus contract. After a chance meeting, Charisma sees an opportunity to start anew, and she and Manny attempt to build a relationship. The sex might be good, but will their omissions and the deeds of their pasts come back to haunt them?
©2017 Nikki Turner (P)2017 Recorded Books
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By Kindle Customer on 06-26-17

very boring surprised to see Nikki Turner

very boring surprised to see Nikki Turner wrote this book. very boring and did not like this book

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By Nikki on 07-07-17

Unusual Story

What didn’t you like about Lynnette Freeman’s performance?

Lynnette's reading made this story completely boring and a joke. The different voices she used were annoying and jokey. I especially hate the way she read in the male characters voices. The narration was more like listening to a Saturday morning cartoon rather than a book reading.

Was Charisma worth the listening time?

No. I managed to get through it but it wasn't enjoyable.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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