B. Swangin Webster is the author of two novels, Let Me Just Say This and its sequel And Again…Let Me Say This.
She currently works in a middle school in Waldorf Maryland and is married with five grown children and four adorable grandsons.
She grew up in the Washington DC area calls Southern Maryland her home.
She has over 200 novels, and has read all of them at least twice. Her passion, besides writing is cooking.
Her passions are writing, reading, and talking about the process of writing and being an author.
To learn more about her please visit: http://bswanginwebster.webs.com
Kevin and Cheryl have the perfect marriage (or so we think) from the outside looking in. Kevin, reviled as a distinguished businessman, even bestowed the honor of “premier black businessman of the year.” But beyond the public eye is a man hiding a secret that could threaten what he has accomplished. Cheryl, devoted and supportive wife, puts on a good front. The man she vowed to love forever reveals his other self. Cheryl wonders what she can do differently. Kevin wonders how she could be so selfish. Suffering in silence, Cheryl is hesitantly awakened by a soft and gentle voice. Kevin is excitedly renewed by someone who “understands” him. Will Cheryl come to her senses? Will Kevin leave her? Will Cheryl keep settling and finally see her worth? Will Kevin get the life he feels he deserves, or will they be around to see what they have been missing?
Cheryl Bookman listens to the inner voice, which she has heard many times before, and leaves behind an abusive marriage, both physically and sexually. The end results nearly taking her life, but in doing so she steps into the world of the unknown.Just when she thinks she is finally getting her life back together; her son reveals his secret love, her daughter starts running wild, and her ex husband tries to run her household. A new man in her life; loves her unconditionally; but he is also hiding a secret that could end their relationship before it really begins. Will Cheryl be able to handle the pressures of her new found freedom or will this prove to be too much for her to handle?