Drunk In Love 2

By Cole Hart

What would you do if you’d caught your husband in a compromising position after just having sex with your best friend?

Olivia is more confused than ever by returning home unannounced and finding out that her husband, Mark had slept with her bestie, Felisha. Upon learning of his infidelity, Olivia turns psychotic, and then departs the country. Meanwhile, Mark struggles with not knowing the fate of his marriage as him and Felisha think of lie after lie to keep their long term affair under wraps.

Olivia turns to Zay as he comforts her in her time of need. However, all is not what it seems as Zay becomes the puppet master inside their love triangle.

In this second edition of Drunk In Love II the action continues, the drama deepens, and the sex is even more off the chain. Relationships blossom just as other’s are tested. Who will Olivia choose? Does love finally win? One thing that’s for sure is that KARMA will always be a hard bitch to face, no matter the circumstances.



About the Author

Author Cole Hart was born and raised in Augusta Georgia, at the age of twenty-four he made a life changing decision that cost him many years of his life to the Georgia prison system. But it took that for him to turn his life around. While incarcerated he fell in love with reading, then he found some his favorite authors like Sidney Sheldon, James Patterson, Dan Brown and John Grisham. After years of studying his favorites he wrote his first book with pen and paper. From that point on he wrote twenty books in prison and started his own publishing called Cole Hart Signature. He was released in March of 2018 and continued his writing and publishing business. Cole Hart is now home and resides in Atlanta Georgia. He has released his first African American christian fiction novel called The Sunday school Teacher 1&2. Now with nearly fifty authors under his umbrella. To this day, people ask him how did he do it. And his reply was. Pray every morning and night. Stay focused, stay consistent, keep God first and remain humble even when it seems as if the world is crumbling around you.
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