Four women have two things in common. They're all mothers, and the father of their children is the same man.
Although Emmanuel does everything he can to provide for his own household, and four others, it's just not enough to keep the mothers of his children from just scraping by.
Xavari convinces Denise, Angela and Romina that the four of them must pick up the slack where Emmanuel is unable.
PLEASE NOTE: This book is absolutely not about four women who share one man, which means that it is not about a polyamorous family, which is why "it never uses the tag itself" as one person states in her review of the book. By the time the women agree to work together, none of them is still intimately involved with the father of their children. This book is about what the women do once they realize they can accomplish more together than separately.
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Published August 12, 2011
by Sola Mente Publishing.
Literature & Fiction.