In It's Only Love, fate brought Victor and Natasha together and nothing seemed to be able to keep them apart. Not Natasha's stagnant relationship with Lloyd, nor Victor's fear of the hurt and disappointment of any loving relationship with a woman. So they began as friends and that allowed them to get to know one another and what they found was a great love between them. But they both find that love is not all that is needed; not even in a fairytale romance. Natasha worries that it all happened too fast, too soon and if it really is as good as it feels? What she doesn't know is that Victor has wondered the same thing. He wonders whether he's ready for the heavy commitment his heart so desires with the woman at his side. It seems that fear of commitment runs in the Matthews' family, because Victor's sister Rhonda has those same relationship issues. After being cheated on, disrespected and humiliated by men, she has chosen to give up on relationships and focus on family, career and having great sex; when she can find it. But after meeting Randall Washington, Rhonda discovered that sometimes a man really does want more than what you have to offer him between the sheets. So when he suggests that they do something with their clothes on, Rhonda is resistant, damn near hostile to it. Rhonda has to learn to let go of her apprehension in order to experience life's pleasures. Can they figure it out in time before ruining what is right between them?
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 127 x 203 x 15mm | 281g
- 30 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white