|About the Book|
Denise Chavers Williams loved being Mrs. DeMarco Williams. She had stayed single until age fifty enjoying independence and her share of lovers but less than a year earlier she had been wooed and won by DeMarco. DeMarco was a bit younger than her, butMoreDenise Chavers Williams loved being Mrs. DeMarco Williams. She had stayed single until age fifty enjoying independence and her share of lovers but less than a year earlier she had been wooed and won by DeMarco. DeMarco was a bit younger than her, but knew what he wanted and had gone for it. He was also not intimidated by her education or success because he came to her successful and a full-grown man. If there were any issues at all, they would be his ex-wife Raven who recently returned to town and still felt DeMarco owed her something and his daughter, Drea. When they first started dating, Drea was warm and open but since the marriage she was less so. Denise was being careful with her because she understood. However, DeMarco was not having it.DeMarco was married for the second time and nothing was coming between him and his wife. Raven’s return meant nothing and he was going to have to make Drea understand that while she was his child and there was nothing he would not do for her, she did not come first in his life before his wife. She was a good, smart girl but had started doing small things to sway his attention. He understood he had made her a princess but it was time she understood the order of things.Raven had enjoyed her six months away but it was time to return home and enjoy her life. She had met a man while traveling who was from Jacksonville and very wealthy. He wasn’t her type necessarily but they both had vested interests and more importantly he had money and was willing to pay for what he wanted and she had love for sale.