A Woman’s Worth
by Nikita Lynnette Nichols
Monique Morrison is a confident full figured woman and the Executive Producer of WGOD, a FM gospel radio station. At 29 years old, she was living the good life. Monique possessed everything a woman could ask for, except the commitment of marriage from her live-in boyfriend, Boris Cortland. She had made a huge mistake when she moved into a home to play house with Boris. With on again then off again wedding plans and a woman who had already signed on to play the role of his wife, Boris was in no hurry to seal the deal. In his mind, Monique wasn’t going anywhere so why not continue to play the field? Though she was in church, Sunday after Sunday, praying for God to touch Boris’ heart and turn him from his wicked ways, it seemed Monique’s pleas were constantly unanswered. Suffering from neglect, rejection and verbal abuse, Monique had all but given up on her dream of having a relationship that represented true unconditional love until Adonis Cortland moves in and do for Monique all of the things that Boris wouldn’t do. Could Boris’ cousin be the man that Monique had been praying for? Would Monique allow Adonis to steal her heart and show her what she’s truly worth?
Nikita Lynnette Nichols resides in Naperville, Illinois, and is employed at the Chicago Transit Authority. She is the best-selling author of “Amaryllis” and “A Man’s Worth”, which was chosen as ‘book of the year’ by the Black Pearls Book Club. Her January, 2010 release, “A Woman’s Worth”, was listed as # 73 on the Black Expressions Top 100 Best-Seller’s List while still in the pre-order stage and was the editor’s pick for the month of January. Nikita is the youngest daughter to William and Victoria Nichols of Richton Park, Illinois. She’s a member of The Progressive Life-Giving Word Cathedral under the leadership of Apostle Donald Lawrence Alford. Ms. Nichols will release, “Crossroads”, her most anticipated novel, the 3rd and final installment of the “Amaryllis” series in April, 2011. She is currently writing “Lady Elect”, the sequel to “A Woman’s Worth”, slated to release in March, 2012.
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