Pregnant: He's Married to My Best Friend

  • by Tamara Butler
  • Narrated by Lacy Laurel
  • 2 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kiara Jones thought that love would be the answer to all of her problems. She's never been in a successful relationship. If beauty and brains was all she needed, then why was she lonely. Here she was, a 27-year-old successful black woman with her own career, a house, and a car but no one to share it with. Men were constantly going in and out of her life with excuse after excuse. Several years prior, Kiara's cousin Whitney came to town and forced Kiara and her BFF Princess to a part of town that is rumored to be run by a big drug lord who goes by the name of Gino. Whitney introduces Princess and Kiara to her boyfriend Ryan and his homeboy Gino.
Gino is a bad boy but Kiara is captivated by him. They began spending a lot of time together and for years they snuck around seeing each other whenever they could. The only issue is that he's married - and to whom you might ask? Gino is married to Kiara's BFF Princess and has been for the past three years. This was not something that happened intentionally she simply thought that she had found love. Like a fool she quit her job and let Gino support her financially.
Gino made promises that he'd leave Princess and that he wanted to move far away and start a family with Kiara. She thought she'd found her Prince Charming and was expecting a baby in seven months. After telling Gino the news she thought he'd be happy but he gave her the money to abort the child and broke things off with her. Gino is very powerful and everyone does exactly what he says. He froze her bank accounts, took back the car he bought her and also stopped paying her rent. Now Kiara must decide what decision is right for her.
Months later after discovering that Kiara had not gone through with the abortion Gino decided to turn his life around and do what was best which is be in his child's life. But the last thing on Kiara's mind was getting back with him.

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If you are unfamiliar, unclear or unsure of word usage or its meaning, you should stick to what you know. Between the sophmoric style of writing the inaccurate usage of everyday words and the backwoods, anxious narration the story came across as a comedy and I don't think that was the author's intention. I'll try the author and even the narrator again. This body of work was just a miss for me.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-31-2016
  • Publisher: Marvelous Leaders Publications