Black author reveals the dark side of giving in to forbidden desires Chicago, IL (BlackNews.com)- Its been almost two decades since Fatal Attraction sent a quiver down every married mans spine by dramatically illustrating the consequences of a one-night stand. However, its not just married men who should be concerned, but the women they are fooling around with as well.
Single Black Female, a cautionary romance by Carrie Carr will remind readers of the consequences of dating married men. The author nails the message by painting a nightmarish tale of infidelity, but this time, its the mistress that suffers the repercussions, not the married man.
The author attempts to answer the question every woman wants to know. What does it take to keep a man monogamous? Readers will be intrigued with her findings.
According to a recent survey, only 14% of married men actually leave their wives for their mistress, which should make the endeavor less appealing to the single women on the prowl.
Though choices may be limited for the single woman in search of that special man, the author encourages women to rethink their decision before settling for a married man. And although Single Black Female is not nearly as dark as Fatal Attraction, the message is the same - Stay clear of married men.
Single Black Female will enlighten women about the male psyche, provide hope to the single woman in search of romance and inspire women to love and value themselves.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Carrie Carr is a novelist and screenwriter with several screenplays to her credit, and is currently at work on her second novel.
The author would like to hear from women who still choose to date unavailable men for possible inclusion in her upcoming book. Those interested in sharing their views may send their thoughts about why they choose married men to: email@example.com.
All replies should be fifty words or less. Responses chosen for publication will be awarded a $100 American Express gift card. The results of the survey may be published this winter. The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2005.
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