Baldwin Hills Housewives by Patricia Anne Phillips

05 May
Published Author Debut New Novel
Baldwin Hills Housewives

BALDWIN HILLS HOUSEWIVES is entertaining, gripping, and at the end of the book readers will want more. The TV sitcom doesn’t have any African American housewives in Los Angeles, California, and Baldwin Hills Housewives will be the first novel in Los Angeles that will relate to all the surroundings in the city. There are five professional housewives living with everyday problems, loss, and disappointments.

Shonna Dupree practices Family Law, and fight to win cases as she is struggling through her divorce. Her husband is a doctor, and has been living a lie that causes Shonna doubts about herself as a woman.

Robin Flanigan seems to have problems selecting the right man. She has a void in her life until she takes in her cousin eight year old child. Later a stranger rings her doorbell and stir up another problem that changes her life.

Karla St. James is a bestselling writer, she and her husband are financially secured, but Karla has a secret that her husband doesn’t know about, Karla shoplifts in stores.

Sky Landers
husband Monte, has his own construction company and takes a job in Las Vegas. He stops at a florist to buy flowers and is caught up in a dangerous robbery.

Candace Brown and her husband is a religious family. The housewives depend on her for advice and wisdom.

Baldwin Hills Housewives can be purchased on Amazon for books and Kindle, and various book stores.     

Baldwin Hills Housewives by Patricia Anne Phillips
ISBN-10: 0989184706;   ISBN-13: 978-0989184700

Meet the Author

As an enthusiastic fan of the romance genre, Patricia Anne Phillips was inspired to begin writing her own novels. Her novel June In Winter was featured in Romantic Times as Best Multicultural and Best First Multicultural Romance. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California and is now working on her new novel.


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