search for true love, romance, heartbreak, mystery, humor, true
friendship, love that only a mother can know
and an inner journey to wholeness.
All I Ever Did Was Love a Man
has it All!
It wasn’t easy being a single mother. Sabrena worked hard
to make her daughters happy, to give them a solid, secure home.
Getting away from her cruel and abusive ex-husband was almost easy—compared
to making ends meet and balancing a job with single parenting. But,
finally, at long last, Sabrena felt her life was coming together.
She had a good-paying job at a department store, two beautiful daughters
who were growing up with love and security, and a wonderful friend,
“Rach” who was more like the sister she never had. To
put the icing on the cake, Sabrena had a man, Steve, in her life
that she loved with her whole heart and dreamed of finally holding
onto the love she deserves.
Except for one thing. Steve said he loved her, but he was
unreliable, a liar and in her heart she knew that he was not 100%
hers. There were countless nights that she was left sitting by the
phone, waiting, worrying, praying and crying over the man that she
loved. She freely gave love but where was the love that she desired
in return, something just for her and her aching, broken heart.
All of this becomes secondary when Sabrena’s world is turned
upside down by a simple visit to Dr. Scott that ends up leading
her on a frightening and unfamiliar path. She finds out what really
matters to her the most and while she secretly still longs for unconditional
love, her priorities have shifted and she is on a mission to LIVE
despite her diagnosis. Sabrena faces her challenges with courage
and fear; tears and isolated bursts of joy, heartache and love for
her daughters, anger and faith, and holds onto a thread of hope
that somehow she can make it through despite the odds. Sabrena must
face her monumental challenges and she feels drawn to courageously
revisit her past in an effort to find the answers to looming questions
that haunt her.
This book is for those with the courage to address today’s
challenges head on… self esteem, love, friendship, health,
how society deals with HIV/AIDS, and a host of other issues. All
I Ever Did Was Love a Man is a novel that will challenge you to
revisit your life, your thoughts, and decisions and is an excellent
tool to open a full discussion with friends, family, young teens
and older adults. This is the first novel of its kind… fiction
with a purpose…one that entertains and teaches while demanding
that you look within yourself.