Different is all the Same
Marissa's Books & Gifts, LLC
While other ten-year-old girls were marrying their Barbie dolls off to Ken and G.I. Joe, Monica's Barbie had her pink Corvette all packed, ready to do things solo. It was around this age when her father had walked out on the family, leaving her mother an emotional mess. Monica grew up determined not to end up like her mother. She refused to let a man get close enough to break her down. Now, at thirty, Monica has a successful career in advertising. She's making close to six figures, driving her dream luxury car, and living in a pricey Chicago home on Lake Shore Drive overlooking Lake Michigan. She credits all her success to having stayed man-free, but all that changes in one Friday night. That's when Marshawn comes sweeping into her life, and things will never quite be the same. Now everything she has fought so hard to avoid most of her life will be the very things she fights so hard to keep.
December 31, 2007
Yes (black/red mark on bottom edge of pages)