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ISBN:
1601621442
Author:
La Jill Hunt
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Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Urban Books; Reprint edition (January 1, 2009)
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Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda is an entertaining novel by La Jill Hunt. Hunt brought a story that was full of excitement and drama. I liked Paige as a character and how she was trying to make the best decision for herself and her daughter

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda is an entertaining novel by La Jill Hunt. I liked Paige as a character and how she was trying to make the best decision for herself and her daughter. This author showed how women can be stuck in long term relationships and still not get the fulfillment that they desire. I also enjoyed the drama between Paige and her cousin Celeste. Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda is a true page-turner and is the perfect lead-in to the sequel Too Close For Comfort. One person found this helpful.

Shoulda Woulda Coulda book. Published November 1st 2005 by Urban Books (first published January 1st 2005). Shoulda Woulda Coulda. 1893196259 (ISBN13: 9781893196254). Jun 18, 2010 Chandler Connelly rated it it was amazing.

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ISBN 10: 1893196259 ISBN 13: 9781893196254. Publisher: Urban Books, 2005.

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The book basically picks up where . left off! The drama starts from page one, the scene in the beginning and all throughout the rest of the book is nothing but drama, but then Hunt added a bit of romance to spice it up in between the book. Keep up the good work and hurry up and bring us the next book in the series. The book was very good and hard to put down!

Essence best-selling author La Jill Hunt has crafted another tasty, drama-filled tale. Paige Michaels seems to have the perfect family. But she’s beginning to feel like her man is just using her-and he might have another woman

Essence best-selling author La Jill Hunt has crafted another tasty, drama-filled tale. But she’s beginning to feel like her man is just using her-and he might have another woman. Maybe it’s time to finally let go. If Paige hadn’t played house back in college and gotten pregnant, she could have done better for herself. But that’s the past-what’s she gonna do now? Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Working hard to care for his kids, Craig Coleman is determined to live a drama-free life until he encounters his brother's ex, while Paige Michaels comes to grips with her husband's betrayal and prepares to leave her seemingly perfect life behind. Reprint.
  • lets go baby
"Shoulda Woulda Coulda" was an easy and interesting read. It is the story of a young woman named Paige. Paige is dealing with so much from an unfaithful mama's boy of a man and baby father, Marlon. Marlon's psycho drunk mama Ms. Lucille, who Paige has a fight with (too funny) and who wants nothing to do with Paige or her grandbaby Myla. Not to mention Paige recently lost a child...I really felt for her. I'm glad thing turned out the way they did. Very good read!
  • Grosho
La Jill Hunt brings the drama again introducing Paige Michaels and her "I wish I had done this and that. This was a real page turner. I finished this in 1 day even with my two little girls running around... Thanks La Jill. I'm one of your biggest fans!
  • Vivaral
This is the third book by Ms. Hunt and she doesn't not disappoint her readers. This book keeps its readers on a fast paced rollercoaster!! She continues to take us through the daily drama that never seems to faulter.

Bravo!! Ms Hunt
  • Gavikelv
I enjoyed this book and I can't wait to see what happens in the sequel. Celestine got on my last nerves and the sad thing is that I know a couple of people like her. Keep up the good work LaJill.
  • Sat
la jill hunt keeps up the title drama queen in this new classic. keep it coming jill
  • Manazar
Paige Michaels takes a good look at her life over the last seven years. Pros: she has a seven-year-old daughter, a college degree, a dream home, two cars, and a man who is a good provider and an awesome lover. The Cons: He has not married her, he is a mama's boy, his mother hates her and he insists Paige's place is at home with their daughter.

Marlon and Paige met in college, fell in love and became a couple in almost every way. Seven years of expecting Marlon to marry her has worn Paige down. An altercation with his mother is the straw that breaks Paige's back; she moves out. What follows is a chain of dramatic events that will rock several people's world. Marlon, as expected, sides with his mom, lies about a relationship without his neighbor and begs Paige to come back home. Paige, not ready to go back to Marlon, gets a job, cuts her hair --something Marlon forbade, and starts dating. Tired of doing what everyone expects and tired of explaining herself, she creates her own drama. When secrets in Marlon's family closet surface, Paige finds the strength to do something she should have done a long time ago.

SHOULDA, WOULDA, COULDA by La Jill Hunt is a drama filled read with all the unsavory emotions that parallel too much family interference, too many lies and too little commitment. Mostly it is a challenging tale of what happens when a woman realizes she has invested all of her emotions in one institution. What would have been a plus for me is if some of the secondary characters were a little tighter. Naturally, with all of the drama, this story does not have a predictable ending; in fact there are some surprises that will leave you opened mouth. Readers will experience a serious storyline with some sobering situations. I enjoyed this read and yes it had me shaking my head.

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  • Taun
SHOULDA WOULDA COULDA is a story about dealing with family drama. Paige and Marlon have been a couple for about seven years, and have one daughter, Myla. Marlon is a good provider, but lets his mama run his life...and disrespect Paige and Myla.

After one too many dramas with Marlon's mama, Paige decides she's had enough, and moves out of her home. Armed with a library science degree and a whole lot of pride, Paige gets a new job and a new home. Marlon professes his love for Paige and continues to try to woo her back home, but Paige refuses.

Paige meets a business owner named Quincy, and begins a fresh relationship. Quincy and Paige become an item, but drama unfolds when Paige's cousin, Celeste, gets involved. With the help of another cousin, Tameko, Paige decides to live life for herself for once, and sets the record straight so that she and Quincy can get on with their lives.

SHOULDA WOULDA COULDA is a lesson for many women who put their lives on hold for a man, only to find out it's all in vain. This is my first LaJill Hunt novel, and I look forward to reading more.
Paige and Marlon have been in a relationship for the past seven years and have a daughter. Paige is devoted to Marlon due to him being a good provider and father. But Paige's love doesn't seem to be enough to make Marlon put a ring on her finger. To make matters worse, Paige has to deal with Marlon's alcoholic mother who doesn't like her and all of the drama that comes with it. In the midst of all this, Paige meets Quincy Westbrooke who seems to be all the man that she needs. Will Paige finally get rid of Marlon and get on with her life?

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda is an entertaining novel by La Jill Hunt. Hunt brought a story that was full of excitement and drama. I liked Paige as a character and how she was trying to make the best decision for herself and her daughter. This author showed how women can be stuck in long term relationships and still not get the fulfillment that they desire. I also enjoyed the drama between Paige and her cousin Celeste. Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda is a true page-turner and is the perfect lead-in to the sequel Too Close For Comfort.