Otis Redding probably said it best in his rendition of "If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don't Want To Be Right": An affair between two married people can sometimes be more, mean more than just sex and infidelity. It can mean everything to two love-starved people.
Former Texas beauty queen JaiHonnah Reise Chapman, of African and Native American ancestry, is finally moving back to the United States after studying abroad for the last four years and completing her doctorates in architecture and structural engineering at Arcadia Laboratories, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. A new career opportunity awaits her in Washington, DC, away from her wealthy, powerful, and manipulative father, Jake Hawkins, and the brutal man she should never have married, international financier Calvin Chapman. The last thing she needs or wants at the beginning of her professional life is to have an unguarded moment with another woman's husband, her new boss.
J. Roderick Baylor, known as the sports icon JRock, has shed the highlights of his illustrious, professional basketball career, and the lowlights of his disastrous marriage to Monique, a would-be starlet. Now he has custody of his twin five-year-old daughters, Shelly and Shelby, a highly successful construction and property development business, and loving, supportive family and friends around with which to build a new life.
Little did he know that an illicit affair with another man's wife, his new employee, had the power to refurbish the torn parts of his life and erect a monument to the power of love.
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I don't usually read romance novels, not since high school. I have to say that I am more than pleasantly surprised by Ann Jeffries', "Unguarded Moment". I listened to this book in two days. I enjoyed the plot twists, conflicts, and detailed descriptions of the characters.
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the narrator needs to have his salary taken back.
the story was excellent but it was hard to get past the first two chapters because the narrator sounded like a robot. after about an hour into the book The narration became better. if you can hold out it's a good ending.