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L.A. Tripp has written Money Talks, his debut novel, and it's first sequel, Monica.
Money Talks is about flipping society as we know it, on it's head. The wealthy lose their wealth and the broke gain it. Along with romance and sex sprinkled within, this book has received rave reviews.
Monica focuses on a timeline from when Money finishes and follows one of Money's characters through about a week of her life, through her own eyes. The reader gets the joy of experiencing a pregnancy, finding a lost love, a big move, and all of the emotional ups and downs that such a roller coaster will bring.
Tripp has also published The Dating Doctor Diaries, which chronicles his career as a dating and seduction coach.
He's also propelling a new series that's completely different from his previous works. He says people will be able to relate to it and it's very comical! It's called All Jacked Up.
He has written several articles for Examiner.com and has been featured in the local magazine News4U.
Tripp resides just out of reach of the Bible Belt.
on Jan. 04, 2012 :
In this second installment, Monica is a woman torn. Facing the desire for one man and the love of another, she is lost and confused. To add to the mix, she must face both men on a daily basis. During this inner turmoil she faces several life changing incidents that threaten to throw her over the edge. Instead, Monica fights back. She finds the strength to keep going and make the right decisions and learn from her mistakes. A far cry from the selfish and manipulative wife of Troy, this Monica is a woman learning that her past actions do come with a price - at times very high.
Monica is the second in a series. It's a well-written tale of a woman's growth, almost a coming of age. All the characters in this series are very realistic and honest, and the pace of the novel is fast enough to keep you turning page after page. Monica is a tough and independent character with a big heart and sassy demeanor that you can't help but like this time around. As she comes to terms with her losses, some heartwrenching, you feel her inner turmoil and sadness, and there is also the regret that makes you want to shake some sense into her. But through it all, Monica's charm is that she does realize what is the most important and wise thing to do, and she accepts these life-changing decisions with a mixture of graciousness and appreciation that warms you to the end. Mr. Tripp continues to grow with this interesting storyline, and I'm really looking forward to the next installment!
(review of free book)