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BOOK REVIEW: SINFUL TOO
BY VICTOR MCGLOTHIN

We hope you enjoy this book review by Teri Davis.



Some women are just born with beauty, intelligence, and a conniving drive that usually gets them almost anything their manipulative little heart desires. Thatís Dior Wicker, the main character in .

Dior works in a menís upscale ethnic clothing store and has the ability to know a manís size in coat or pants by just looking. This gift along with her personality, grants Dior numerous monetary rewards as well as other benefits. She is very accustomed to getting what she wants.

Unfortunately for a minister of an extremely large and wealthy congregation, Richard, is that he enters this store, without his wife, and Dior has definitely set her sites on him. He enjoys the conversational sparring with her and even manages to purchase a new suit coat for himself.

Added to the personal friction of Dior, is her twin brother, Dooney. He has basically changed over the years with the assistance of a prolonged prison visit which at least made him less conspicuous when breaking the law. Also, Diorís best friend, Tangerine, does not want to watch the marriage of this particular family to break up due to Dior. Then, Diorís and Dooneyís mother will soon be getting out of prison. She wants to reunite her family and to make-up for the time spent away.

Naturally, Nadeen, the ministerís wife, isnít thrilled about a vixen going after her husband of eighteen years. Dior isnít shy about their relationship either, since she purposely sits in the front during the church services. This causes the minister to be distracted, the congregation gossiping, and the wife manages to raise her blood-pressure dramatically with the entire church observing.

This book is fun to read. (I would not want to be any character in it.) The high-jinx of Diorís relationships and her manipulations make this sad, for the wife, but humorous for the reader. It is definitely explicit when certain bedroom events are described.

The author Victor McGlothin had difficulty reading through his school years and fortunately for his readers, overcame this problem to receive a masterís degree in human relations and business, a bank vice president, and definitely, an author. He makes his home in Dallas, Texas. Apparently SINFUL TOO is a sequel to SINFUL. However, I have not read SINFUL and found SINFUL TOO a delightful and fast reading novel.

REVIEWED BY TERI DAVIS

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, TERI DAVIS


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