About the Book
This story focuses on 4 different woman, but is narrated by one. One of my least favorite things about audiobooks with multiple POVs is that often times the narrator doesn't do enough to separate the characters. Adenrele Ojo does a pretty great job at giving each of them their own voice and personality.
Each of these women are completely different, and it is almost hard to see how they have any sort of connection. There is much drama surrounding each of the main characters and their relationships.
Some of the scenes are difficult to read, because they can be particularly painful as this deals with topics such as infidelity, sexual abuse, questioning ones sexuality, and struggling relationships with parents. It is helpful to read about characters struggling in life at times, but these women needed a hug. So much thrown on top of more stuff, and not all of them get any sort of resolution. And some of them ended up dealing with things in an unhealthy way. I assume this is to help make them more realistic.
Destiny's story was my favorite. And I don't want to get into reasons, but I felt a strong since of relief after reading it. But she deserves better than that.
I didn't realize some of these characters are crossovers from previous works by Eric Jerome Dickey. I especially would like to read Chasing Destiny (you can guess who is in that one) and Friends and Lovers (because it has more of Ericka in it).
I had no expectations when I started this book, because I didn't know the author and I am fairly new to the erotica scene, but I enjoyed it.