I received a copy of The Mission by C.C. Solomon in exchange for an honest review.
Sheila and Denise are very good friends who are successful and attractive, but they are both single, not that that’s a bad thing because they’re holding out for someone who they think would be a perfect complement to them and their successful lifestyle. They are both under pressure from family and friends who think being a single gal is not where they should be and the pressure is on for them to get hitched or be part of a couple at least. They come upon a “fail proof” way to get a man in three months and so begins a string of dates with some not so ideal men – from mama’s boys to can’t get over the ex-wife to not sure if he’s gay or straight. They’re exhausted, is being single so bad after all?? I have got to say some of the guys these girls dated would send me to a convent to spare myself the grief! I liked the friendship between the girls and their silly banter. Some of those family member though, self-centered to say the least. This book touched on family, friendship, looking for love, and how friendship can turn to love.
C.C. is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and has actively written fiction since the age of eleven. She is an avid “chick lit” reader and urban fantasy fan. In 2012, she participated as a writer and actress in the 48 hour film project. In her other life, she works in Equal Employment and Civil Rights for the Federal Government. Before becoming a public servant, C.C. briefly practiced law after graduating from the University of Maryland School of Law. C.C. currently resides in the Washington D.C. area and is an active blogger. The Mission is C.C.’s first novel and she is working on her next novel in the genre of urban fantasy.
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