When Faith finds out that her boyfriend has been cheating on her she begins to think that love may not be in the cards for her. But then she meets Armon Carter who wants to show her that love is right in front of her if she would only give it a chance. (Revised)
After Faith returned to work from one of her many afternoon lunches with Armon she was feeling really good considering the only thing she had eaten were some grapes and a few strawberries off of Armon. As the elevator opened and she stepped to the side while people exited, her mind was still on her lunch with Armon that she never heard someone calling her name. But just as the elevator was about to close, a man’s hand stopped it and when it reopened he stood there looking at Faith with despair in his face. Faith could only look in shock as Malcolm came into the elevator and the doors closed behind him.
This book is spectacularly bad.
I can't help wondering about the age of the author. I got the impression it was written by a child, or perhaps a young adult with English as a second or third language.
The story itself was banal, puerile, and poorly written.
The use of the English language was abysmal, and the misuse (or lack of use) of punctuation was atrocious.
One of the few books I've not even bothered to finish
Two thumbs down.