HAZLEHURST, Miss. (PRWEB) May 26, 2021
Dorothy Perry, who lives in Mississippi, where she has raised three children, has completed her new book “Do Not Be Deceived": a gripping work that describes how Nicole meets a suave, debonair Dominos, with a secret of his own. She turned away from God for just a minute, and everything went chaotic.
Perry writes, "Before long, Nicole had got caught up in the party life; the taste of wine and other alcoholic substances was an acquired taste she had gained. Nicole just wanted to party all the time, but the thought of her children and her job made it impossible to do at that time. She tried to remain responsible and dependable, and she did that for a while, but when she found out that she could do both, the party was on. She couldn’t wait to get off work to get home, take care of the children, and get ready for some fun and games. She really enjoyed being out there, playing the big girls’ games; lying had become easy for her. She began to tell Keshia how she had missed out on all this because her father is a minister.”
Published by Page Publishing, Dorothy Perry’s riveting tale that explores how Nicole was in a bad place in her life when she met Dominos. She had just left the only home and world she ever knew.
After a difficult experience in her life, here comes another experience that was tall, dark, and handsome. He was half-Indian and half-African-American, with a cocoa color complexion and pretty, wavy hair that lay down on his head. He also had big brown eyes that could hypnotize you when looking into them, but she could not see through him, she was naive to his way of life. Her life started to fall apart right before her eyes. She could not see anything that year.
Readers who wish to experience this emotional book can purchase “Do Not Be Deceived" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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