I’ve been a fan and friend of Janice Ross for some time now and admire her genuine and passionate writing, her reflective and balanced outlook on life and her charming personality. I may not be all objective when it comes to her work but I truly do enjoy it.
“A Man is Just a Man” starts off beautifully with an odd encounter at work, the first day at a new job at that, and it turns out that a slightly emberrassing moment involves the new and rather handsome boss.
As Leah Daniels starst dating this wonderful Nate and begins to find her feet at work, she is subject to jealousy and work intrigue. Of course, it couldn’t be this easy.
Playful, charming, warm and passionate this romance digs deeper into the emotions and complications and had me hooked from an early stage.
The two alternate endings, however, make this particularly interesting, as the reaeder is confronted with their own response to opposite ways of dealing with Leah’s problem. What was a simple romance fairy tale becomes a tool for reflection and assessing your own strength – at least that’s how it affected me. Read for yourself, it’s definitely worth it.
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Janice Ross was born in Guyana, South America and migrated to the USA in 1980. Although her citizenship certificate now reads the United States of America, she considers herself a citizen of the world. Sure she has not physically been around the world and back, but she’s travelled in her mind and dreams.
Janice enjoys Zumba, Kickboxing, and most exercise classes. When she’s not pushing her physical limits, Janice spends time working on her craft, as well as lending a hand to other aspiring writers.
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