Sanaa Robinson, is a young woman that can't seem to figure that out. She uses her body as a tool and wonders why men look at her the way they do. She wonders why men won't take her serious and want to be in a serious relationship with her.
As a young woman, she's the mother of two small children by two different men and another one on the way by another man. Sex is her downfall. She puts sex and men before her children and herself. It's a wonder she hasn't contracted an STD from having unprotected sex.
This book is supposed to be an Urban Erotica but I believe it's a book about self-esteem and self-worth, along with trying to find herself. Sanaa gets involved with every man that tells her what she wants to hear. Who smiles at her and acknowledges that she has a body on her. She confuses sex and with love.
If you're a female that needs guidance on love and sex, this book may be a read for you. Or even a wake up call.
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Until Next Time,
Jeane' Elliott Bennett