Hangers, Shoeboxes and Love

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Abby’s life is a rolling montage of pleasure: partying, and um, a bit of fun with charming men, till she encounters a dilemma with her current married beau and his son who unexpectedly falls into the picture and for her.Then she gets a taste of hell's fury when the wife discovers the affair. Can she untangle herself from the interwoven mess and crazy spiral her carefree life is fast becoming? More
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Published: June 23, 2012
Words: 84,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476024684
About Zizi Sadie

Zizi Sadie loves photography in addition to writing fiction and poetry. Hangers, Shoeboxes and Love is her first published fiction.

Reviews

Review by: Jerry Sarkwah, Jr on Sep. 16, 2013 : star star star star
The story talks about how young girls do nowadays, without thinking what the future would bring.Lessons in real life situation is embodied in this story.Read a copy and see a young girl who thinks clubs and parties are the real world.
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Review by: Humphrey Okuonghae on Nov. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. As soon as I put it down, I wanted to pick it straight back up again. The characters were believable and really came to life. I would highly recommend this book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: A Soccer Mom's Review on Aug. 09, 2012 : star star star
Abby’s life is to this point is all about fashion and partying. She has been dating a married man, Kess. At the club one night she meets Sesan, Kess’ son, who happens to fall for her. To make things more complicated it seems Abby’s younger sister is falling for Sesan. To further complicate things, Abby and Kess’ wife meet each other at a party and Abby experiences the taste of scourn from a married woman. Will Abby manage to get her life back in order and off the rollercoaster?

I loved Abby’s carefree outlook on life. Her party today deal with the outcome tomorrow attitude is a way of life many of us should incorporate into our everyday life, just maybe not to the extreme that Abby does.

I do feel that Abby is self centered. She admits to not knowing anything about her friends’ personal lives. Especially evident when her friend tells her she is pregnant and Abby did not even know that there was a boyfriend in her life. Yet Abby seems to have no real problem calling them at any hour and bringing them into her life and problems.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy read, check out Hangers, Shoeboxes, and Love by Zizi Sadie.
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