By Norlita Brown
Alyssa, Ahmad, Quan, and Tiffany are again in Sexual Suicide, the sequel to someone Else’s Vows. along with her marriage at the rocks, Alyssa realizes it's time to cease fidgeting with fireplace and choose to whom her loyalties belong. She desperately desires to mend the injuries of her tattered vows with Quan, however the attractive temptation named Ahmad is one she can’t appear to shake. while an unforeseen run-in happens secrets and techniques which have been hidden at the back of closed bed room doorways come tumbling out, forcing all people to return clean…or kind of. Can Alyssa and Quan’s marriage live to tell the tale the blunders of the earlier or is the reality adequate to signal and dry the ink on their divorce papers? An doubtful spouse, a scorned husband, an green with envy lover, and anyone who's made up our minds to win in any way priceless, set the level for a possible homicide, and suicide in a fashion you've got by no means imagined.
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