A widow, Camille Young, wants nothing more but to have someone to call her own; with the right man of course. Just when she thinks she found him in Greg Langston – a smart, sexy, and brilliant attorney - who is very married and expecting his first child with his wife Michelle, their future gets put on hold. When things don’t go Camille's way as she hoped, the pain of her past resurfaces.
Camille has a plan that will affect everyone around her. When Greg's wife is targeted, Greg turns to Camille for answers. Was this part of her plan?...Suddenly Greg finds himself in a situation with a woman who will stop at nothing to make him her own, even if it means destroying his family and her own life.
Camille's entire world seems to unravel as she spirals out of control, not letting anything or anyone get in her way. Someone to Call My Own is a compelling story of lies, desperation and betrayal, and the consequences that follow when an encounter with the wrong woman has a man fighting to save the lives of the ones he love.
I will be honest I went back and forth on this one. While I enjoyed the story, I did feel it was lacking in certain parts. I felt the flow of the story went really well in some parts and others were lacking. The characters were interesting and held your interest with their predictable unpredictability. Although I have to say I just hated Camille's character, I wasn't emotionally drawn to her I just felt like she was bat $*%t crazy and couldn't believe she wasn't caught before hand I honestly just did not like anything about her character right out the gate. I had a hard time with some of the dialog as well, but I think that's more of a cultural difference with certain terms and slang. Over all I thought the book was okay. I had it read in a few short days.
I gave this book a 3 out of 5 star rating
I was gifted a reviewers copy of Someone to Call My Own in exchange for an unbiased review.
Reviewers : Kathy & Di
Kathy :I love to read. I learned to read at a really early age and was never without something to read growing up. Reading is a cheap easy vacation, when you can become so engrossed in what you are reading that you can see, smell, hear and taste everything in your minds eye. I'm just a ordinary girl living life one page at a time.