FROM THE AUTHOR OF CRAZY LOVE COMES AN OH-NO-YOU-DIDN'T NEW NOVEL ABOUT FOUR FRIENDS ON THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME -- A CARIBBEAN CRUISE FULL OF SUN, FUN, AND MORE SEXY ESCAPADES THAN THEY EVER DREAMED OF!
At first all they have in common is yoga class. Then Blair, Lauren, Madison, and LaShawn start having dinner and drinks every week, and soon they're as close as sisters. Or so they say. But each woman has a scandalous secret.
Redheaded beauty Blair thinks her husband's sleeping around. People-pleasing Lauren's marriage has become a no-sex zone. Sex-crazed Madison's father has dropped a bomb that seriously rocks her foundation. And innocent LaShawn, an engaged kindergarten teacher, is planning her dream wedding but fantasizing about a student's dad.
When the girls finally get real with each other, they decide to go on a two-week Caribbean cruise. The ship is full of single men. The object is 100 percent sexy fun. And everything that happens on the ship stays on the ship.
Day (Crazy Love) follows the tribulations of four stressed-out female friends from Atlanta who take a two-week Caribbean cruise and, to complement the sweet seaboard life (and keep their minds off their problems back ashore), compete to see who can have the most sex (a "dick hunt," they call it). Madison DuPree, the wildest of the quartet, copes with the recent bombshell that Lucius, her freeloading and untrustworthy father, is not really her father. Blair Ricci, mother of three, discovers her husband has been cheating on her with a young waitress. Lauren Hobson, the vice president of a Fortune 500 public relations firm, has trouble keeping up with her job, her busy husband and her 12-year-old twins. Born-again virgin LaShawn Greene, never without a Bible, questions her celibacy after discovering her fianc , Calvin, knocking bondage boots with neighbor Rita. Day has trouble maintaining her varied cast, and Lauren and Blair are half-sketched compared to LaShawn and Madison. And though the prose is swift, it has its saccharine moments. African-American women's fiction with a light touch, Day's novel will jerk tears from the right reader.