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Married But Still Looking (Paperback)
Women have flocked to Genesis Styles ever since he was a teenager. He’s a good-looking, smooth-talking former pro-basketball player, but he has a problem: He has never been satisfied with just one woman. Then he meets Terri and everything changes. Sort of.
Genesis knows that Terri is perfect for him, and they become engaged. But Genesis just can’t seem to stop cheating on Terri nearly every chance he gets. Genesis’s best friend, Prodigy, constantly warns him that he’s going to mess up the best thing ever to happen to him, but Genesis is not ready to listen.
After dealing with a family crisis, Genesis realizes the importance of his relationship with Terri, and he begins to change his cheating ways. He knows that once he says, “I do,” everything will fall into place. But it may be too late, because one of his past indiscretions comes back to haunt him, and Terri has a few surprises of her own for Genesis.
About the Author
Travis Hunter is the author of the bestseller The Hearts of Men and the upcoming Trouble Man. He is a motivational speaker and founder of The Hearts of Men Foundation, through which he mentors underprivileged children. For more about Hunter, his books, his tour events, and other news, visit his website, www.travishunter.com.
“Hunter’s writing is fluid and fast, and the dialogue is often raw and gritty yet comical.” —Black Issues Book Review
“Travis Hunter offers insight into the male psyche in ways that will captivate the reader, with stories that are both entertaining and compelling.” —Lolita Files, bestselling author of Child of God
“Despite its title, Married but Still Looking is about the sanctity of marriage, accepting responsibility for one’s actions and understanding the consequences of bad choices.” —The Dallas Morning News