The Cheating Curve

The Cheating Curve

Book - 2010
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Aminah and Langston are best friends who have found themselves in a dilemma. When Amina learns that Langston is having a sexless but very emotional affair, she's forced to look into her own relationship and examine whether she's confused loyalty and forgiveness with simply tolerating unfaithfulness. Thought-provoking, steamy and insightful, The Cheating Curve explores issues of sex, family, parenting and infidelity in a story that is at once vividly realistic and thoroughly entertaining.
Publisher: New York : Kensington Publishing, c2010
ISBN: 9780758238894
Branch Call Number: RENFROE
Characteristics: viii, 276 p. ; 21 cm


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jgoody Dec 08, 2011

A story of two female best friends. Lang, married, decides she wants to be sexually liberated and "have her cake and eat it too", hence, engaging in an extramarital affair/adventure with a younger man. Aminah, also married, experiences the shame and disrespect of a cheating husband. Lang's husband finds out and demands a divorce...of course. Aminah decides she wants to put an end to her husbands cheating ways and finally stands up to him...certainly. A boring story...written in less than sophiscated language and much name dropping as if the author has something to prove with her knowledge of NYC streets...really?


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