(PRWEB) January 17, 2018
C. M. Coleman, a writer who came from humble beginnings and was raised in a single-parent home by a strong-willed mother, has completed her new book “Right Man, Wrong Attitude”: a captivating story on the highs and lows Chayla Caldwell and her family have experienced because of her womanizing ex-husband and banking mogul and her life-changing encounter with Antonio Miller, a lawyer practicing family law.
Author Coleman presents the protagonist of the story as someone who protects herself more after divorce: “You know, Chayla”—he paused—“I have dated a lot of women. They just don’t have that maturity level that I’m looking for. They just seem to be out for what they can get.”
“How do you know I’m not that way?”
“I don’t. But in life you have to take chances, unless you plan to be alone. If I based every relationship that I have had on the bad ones, I’d never meet anyone.”
“Aren’t you scared of being hurt? I just could not take my heart being hurt again. After Richard, I vowed not to fall in love again.”
“You just can’t blame every man for what Richard put you through.”
“Well, all I know is that my trust in men has been shot to hell, no offense to you, Tony.”
“Baby, he really hurt you, didn’t he?”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, C. M. Coleman’s gripping story is about a woman who has to decide if she should let her past destroy a relationship that will make her happy or take a risk and let a man give her what she deserves: true love.
Readers who wish to experience this memorable work can purchase“Right Man, Wrong Attitude” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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