Irreconcilable Difference

Title: Irreconcilable Difference

Author: Ronnie C. Dawson

Publisher: Ronnie C. Dawson


ISBN10: 1456348566

ISBN13:978: 1456348564

About The Author:

Ronnie C. Dawson is a Social Services Professional from Camden, NJ, who helps the disadvantages get a new start in life. He currently resides in Williamstown, New Jersey, where he lived for three years. His first project “Irreconcilable Difference” (Til Death Do Us Part) combines the possible with the impossible illustrating the effects of love, lies, and loss.

About This Book:

After suffering a tragic loss, Mia Davis looks toward her future, to move on from a heartbreaking past. Will new life, love and laughter help her to find her way? Or will death, deceit,and disloyalty destroy her? Can she trust those closet to her? Can they trust her? It’s often said that, “whatever doesn’t kills is only makes us stronger”. This may be true individually, but is this true in relationships? Does ” No matter what” really mean just that?

Irreconcilable Difference Book Review

What an all-powerful and dynamic narrative about the Character, Mia who is a young woman that is a young woman that is grieving the death of her parents. Later on, Mia discover that her husband, Michael is convicted of the crime. At the same time, Mia is expecting with Michael’s child in which her responsive pain direct her toward making a choice of keeping or terminate the baby. “Irreconcilable Difference” written by Ronnie C. Dawson is truly more of a straight forward story that is way particular than I usually read. All the same, it is definitely a page Turner. The narrative passage was fairly lively that I was driven to read the whole book in one day. I just couldn’t put the book down at all. That’s how great the story is. The best part about “Irreconcilable Difference” was well developed and a clean story that I can really enjoy. I even recommend this book to young teen readers. Ronnie did a marvelous tasks of providing twists and turns, created the narrative suspenseful. I was shocked on how the story ended with a cliff hanger. This will make a blockbuster movie. Now I am going to purchase and start to read “Irreconcilable Difference 2” because I want to continue get into this story.


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