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Guilty Pleasures by Niyah Moore
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Mar 11, 12

Read in January, 2012

When First We Practice to Deceive

Hassan Walker has a secret he keeps from his wife. He spends his Friday nights at the strip club fantasizing about Cinnamon. His wife, Roxi, has a secret of her own. She spends her Friday nights and long work day lunches in bed with her boss and friend Dawn. When their dirty secrets come to light and hit too close to home, can their marriage survive the rollercoaster ride of deception?

Niyah Moore’s “Guilty Pleasures” is a well written story for the most part with few grammatical errors. Since the story line kept moving, it was hard to predict what was going to happen and it is important to pay attention to the story. While I felt there were parts of the story that dragged and played out unrealistically, “Guilty Pleasures” contains enough drama to keep a reader engaged.

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