Bolingbrook, IL, July 17, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- In her new book titled, Who’s Your Daddy, Michelle Larks delves into the live of a young woman who meets her soul mate two weeks before her wedding, and the chaos that ensues when she makes the wrong choices.
Mallory Peters, a beautiful young African American/Latino woman, in her early twenties has sort of drifted through life, accepting situations that come her way. After dating her wealthy Creole beau Wesley Dubois for five years, the young man pops the question, and Mallory accepts. Mallory knows that she doesn’t share a deep abiding love for Wesley. He’s comfortable to be with, like a pair of worn slippers.
During the wedding rehearsal dinner, Mallory meets Wesley’s nemesis, and childhood friend, Tyler Gillette. The two share a powerful attraction. Two weeks before the wedding, Mallory’s automobile breaks down, and Wesley a confirmed workaholic sends Tyler to aid his damsel in distress. A bond is established that can’t be broken.
True love can’t be denied, even when the participants are married to others. During a blizzard in the Windy City, aka Chicago, Mallory once again has vehicle problems, and finds herself stranded in the suburbs. She eventually calls Tyler for assistance, and they spend a couple of magical nights in a hotel, and begin a torrid love affair culminating in the birth of their daughter. Mallory of course doesn’t confess her infidelity to Wesley, or inform Tyler that he’s the baby’s father.
Who’s Your Daddy takes readers on a roller coaster ride, chock full of deceit, betrayal, and surprising twists along the way.
About The Author
A former student at the University of Illinois, Chicago Campus, Larks lives in the Chicago land area, and has been employed in the information technology field for more than 20 years. She is married and the mother of two daughters. She has also written "A Myriad of Emotions, Crisis Mode" named Best Novella of 2005 by BlackRefer.com. Michelle released an e-book titled, Mirrored Images in February 2006. She’s completed a couple of other manuscripts, and is currently working on a manuscript titled The Legacies. Please visit Michelle Larks on the web at www.MichelleLarks.com.
Contact: Michelle Larks, 815.342.5701