(PRWEB) June 06, 2014
PIKE ROAD, Ala. – What is the price of desire? In her debut novel, Yolanda Ferguson examines the intricacies of relationships in the blinding light of human yearning. “Sorry Ain’t Enough” is a story of trust and betrayal, romance and loss, pain and redemption and of men and women who hoped to find true love in the midst of it all.
In “Sorry Ain’t Enough,” Ferguson introduces a group of men and women, richly drawn and indelibly characterized, who plunge into the turbulent depths of desire. One of them is Roxy, a woman and wife who struggles with a strained marriage. Roxy finds light and comfort in Bret, her husband’s employee, who, just like her, has experienced the bitterness of betrayal and is yearning for love.
Through their experiences, readers will see and feel what it is like to love and lose, want and waver and finally what it is like to be a player in the high stakes gamble of life and relationships. This compelling novel sizzles with the fiery passion that sometimes drives people to do the unthinkable.
Filled with excitement and sexual intrigue, “Sorry Ain’t Enough” is a glimpse of the different shades of love and lust and the lives of those who have been entangled in the complex web of these two sensations.
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About the Author
Yolanda Ferguson is a native of Montgomery, Ala. She has been married for 15 years and has four sons. Ferguson has worked in the healthcare industry for 20 years.
Sorry Ain’t Enough * by Yolanda Ferguson
Publication Date: May 12, 2014
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