Naughtier than Nice
Eric Jerome Dickey present a riveting tale in Naughtier than Nice.
Each character was well developed and appropriately placed throughout this story.
The McBroom sisters (Frankie, Tommie and Olivia) could be considered a bundle of dysfunction, but what you learn about these women is that together they are a strong unit, but individually, they are forces to be reckon with.
Frankie is the baller of the three with her life in perfect order (man, money and career), that is until she discovers that her man is not all he claims to be.
Tommie has the seemingly perfect relationship with her fiancé and his daughter, if you don’t count her jealousy, lust for another man and his inability to handle his baby mama DRAMA.
Olivia and her husband seems to be the only stable couple, that is if you can discount her obsessive search for an affair of long ago and his attempts to make her happy by letting multiple partners in their bed.
This story is so full of twists and turns that you will think you are on a roller coaster. Too bad that all rides must come to an end, because I could have continued to read this story forever. Each sister had more than enough meat to have their own book, but I am glad that this author blended them into one story because it made such a great read with all of the intricate parts.
I look forward to reading the next installment of the McBroom sister’s lives because the nosey reader in me wants to know what happens next. If I could assign more than 5 stars, this book would have it.