Carl Weber Books Represent for the Ladies With Curves!
Someone just emailed me and asked was this me on the cover of the new Carl Weber book, “Torn Between Two Lovers”. After I googled the book and saw the cover I was like wow, she does resemble me a little. Then as I read the synopsis I see that the book is based in Richmond, VA. Now I’m really interested in reading it. Upon further research I see that the author Carl Weber also has another book entitled, “Full Figured” that is focused on a plus-size woman. Gotta love a man who appreciates the curves. I’m gonna make it my business to read this book now just for pure curiosity. (Plus I must represent VA). If any of you all have already read it please give me your review.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Big Girls Do Cry comes a deliciously provocative new page-turner starring plus-sized diva Loraine Farrow, and the two men in her life…
One of Richmond, Virginia’s hottest, most successful women, Loraine Farrow is finally putting the relationship drama behind her. There’s nothing she wants more than to settle down with her husband, Leon, and focus on her marriage. Trouble is, her ex-lover, Michael, isn’t about to let her go so easily.
But things aren’t so simple with Leon either. He’s dealing with painful issues from his childhood – and some of them are starting to surface in the bedroom. Leon’s seeing a therapist, but what he’s uncovering could destroy their marriage for good-unless Michael does it first.
The short time Michael spent with Loraine was the happiest he’s ever known, and he-s fired up about winning her back – until he discovers a secret Leon’s been hiding. Now he’s faced with a wrenching choice: either sacrifice what he wants most, or cause the woman he loves unbearable heartbreak.
Taking us on a passion-filled wild ride, here is a gripping novel of three indomitable people torn between love and lust, secrets and lies – and the momentous decisions they must ultimately make…
Other Books by Carl Weber:
Carl Weber brings together two popular Urban Books divas to give readers what they’ve been asking for: stories about big, beautiful women. Age is just a number, and whoever said that full-figured women don’t know how to bring fire to a relationship was sadly mistaken.
Who Ya Wit’ (by Brenda Hampton): Desa Rae Jenkins just turned forty, and she’s alone now that her divorce is final and her son has gone away to college. Since her divorce, she’s taken to her bed, watching life pass her by. When Roc, a twenty-four-year-old with a jaw dropping body comes along, he completely changes the game. Desa Rae can’t keep her eyes open or legs closed to a man who excites her like no other man has. But, can she really be serious about a man who is almost the same age as her son? Why not, especially if he’s the one responsible for shaking her from her misery? If she can learn to deal with his occupation and the other women in his life, things might turn out okay for Desa Rae.
Seven Year Itch (by La Jill Hunt): Etienne Chanel Frederick is a diva in her own right. Smart, sassy, and successful, she has always had it going on; so much so that not only did the full-figured beauty catch the eye of Major, the sexiest dude on the block, but she encouraged him to leave the dope game and become legit. Now, seven years later, Etienne is working hard and trying to move ahead, but it seems that Major isn’t feeling the same way. She’s realizing that things aren’t the way she dreamed they would be, and maybe in addition to their growing up, they’ve grown apart. Working with Vaughn, her attractive coworker who seems to be more understanding than Major, isn’t helping her situation either. Is the love between Etienne and Major strong enough to keep them together, or will the strength of that love make them realize it’s time to let go?
New York Times best-selling author Carl Weber pens down-and-dirty fiction packed with the highs and lowsof characters struggling with family and tumultuous relationships. In this sequel to Something on the Side, two Rubenesque beauties kiss the Big Apple goodbye and launch a new chapter of the Big Girls Book Club in Richmond, Virginia. But this time, the size-14-and-over ladies’ club is welcoming a chunky (and very male) player into its ranks—and plus-size shenanigans are sure to follow.