MY HUSBAND'S LOVE CHILD by Brian W. Smith details the lives, mishaps and entanglements of Sonya Lobo-Lucas, her husband Quincy and her lifelong friend and savior, Milton Washington. Far from growing up with a silver spoon, each one of them has had to overcome obstacles in their childhood. Regrettably for Sonya, her past is keeping her from fulfilling her husband's long desire. When Quincy starts to get his needs met elsewhere, is there any reason left to stay home?
A novella, MY HUSBAND'S LOVE CHILD is only 127 pages. While the story is to the point, I still felt as if so much was missing and maybe if it had been a full novel, the story could've built up more suspense. All while I was reading, I kept asking myself, 'what's the point?' I've read better from this author. I can't deny that the neighbor, Nelly, was a hoot! The deception, betrayal and drama certainly keep the pages turning, but for me, MY HUSBAND'S LOVE CHILD just wasn't as filling as I would've liked.