My Husband's Love Child Perfect Paperback – Jun 1 2009
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Quincy Lucas wants a child, specifically a son to be his heir and carry on the family name. He loves his wife, but he can't seem to get past his yearning for a child.
Some nine months later, Quincy is the proud father of a baby. Problem is Sonya's not the mother. Can their marriage withstand infidelity?
Although the story had a strong premise, its execution was mediocre. Character development was minimal. There were some twists and turns but not enough to turn this novella around. I also found the way some scenes played out as unrealistic. Maybe if this was a full length novel those issues could have been worked out for a smoother flow. There were also editing issues. "My Husband's Love Child" is not a bad read, but it's simply okay.
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.
How Brian gets to the point in such a short distance while turning out such a good read is a mystery to me and a rarity. Will definitely be purchasing more of his novels.
Continue to be real Brian because most writing/authors/literature is becoming so dull it's almost impossible to find something that sounds real. Like sifting through a haystack for a needle.