The Worst Dilemma

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Atlanta, the new Hollywood. It's a city full of opportunity. For Chantrelle and her three friends, it's the best place to be. But, a city full of opportunity can make one's life troublesome. More

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About Muhammed Sokhna

Throughout Mr. Sokhna life, he searched for a purpose. At the age of eighteen, he went through some tough times. His girlfriend left him, his finances were not where they needed to be, his family was struggling to make ends meet, he lost my hope scholarship, and was desperately trying to find out what was his purpose here on earth. The depression within him started to build and lead to an attempt of suicide.

With the love and support of his family and close friends, he slowly climbed back on his feet, but there was still one remaining problem. He still didn’t know what his purpose was, until he had a vision.

Something within him told him to write down his story. There was resistance, but he followed the hunch. Five thousand words turn into ten thousand. Then ten turned into twenty thousand. Then all of a sudden, twenty thousand words turned into over forty thousand words. He recognized that he found his true passion. It was something that will challenge him. It was something he was yearning for all his life. It was something he could call “his own” and that something was writing.

Mr. Sokhna purpose is to ignite the creativity within people and help them realize that life is much more than what meets the eye. He wants his readers to know that all that we ever done and all we will ever do in this world is just the tip of this iceberg of what could have been done in this life.


Review by: Michael Panche Dalibor on Jan. 30, 2014 :
I have read many erotic novels, but the "The Worst Dilemma" is totally special from these. It is the real combination of love and romance with real world complexity.

The author makes it lived by four women characters and focused on by Chantrelle who always finding herself as a independent woman. Midpoint of story, Chantrelle Hayfield is affected by sex with her friends and neighbor. Actually this is the reflection of women's real life story. I want to continue reading, please release the next part soon.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

Review by: champi wickramasinghe on Jan. 24, 2014 :
"The Worst Dilemma" is an erotic novel.I read this novel first and foremost in my life. I enjoyed reading it.As well as, I read that from A to Z.Because,This book got and keep my attention from beginning to the end.This book makes me crazy and randy. So, I loved this book so much.I like this author's style of writing. The author does a fantastic job at making you care about the characters,All characters are well developed.A story of friendship over lovers or is it the other way around.
I think that this book is good for the young blood. I look forward to the next book by this author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Author 'Writing with Stardust' on Dec. 30, 2013 :
Muhammed R. Sokhna has managed to pull off that rare feat; a first time novel that manages to engross and enthral from start to finish. The four central characters are women who are sassy, racy and dynamic. As the book hurtles along, the problems for each mount up and you feel like a voyeur watching a car crash. Each of these women is formidable in her own way but has an Achilles heel of vulnerability-usually the men in their lives. The menfolk comprise ex-cons, hucksters, martial arts champions and misogynists, leading to a potent cocktail of sex, intrigue and a desperate fight for survival. The crescendo is reached at the end when the carefully constructed world of the women starts to crash around them due in part to their own flaws, but also because of blind fate. Be prepared for the river-fluid dialogue, the staccato pace of the book and characters who would enrich any genre. It is all set in a world where the simmering undercurrent of violence is never far away, but Muhammed manages to paint a very evocative and credible world. The Casper-white moon of Georgia overhangs a grim fight for survival in this wonderful debut-more of the same for part 2, please!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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