Hello everyone! I LOVE being able to share the blessings and good fortune that you and others shine my way.
I’m happy to share these two new reviews with you so that if you’ve ordered your copy of “Woman to Woman: Letters from Wives to Mistresses” you can continue being assured you’re not alone in your LOVE of my book. And if you’re still on the fence about ordering, I know these reviews (along with others) will have you racing to get a copy in your hands, finally.
If any of you who’ve ordered “Woman to Woman” would like to add your book review to the mix, please feel free to reach out to me. I’d be honored to share your thoughts with others.
In the meantime, check out these reviews:
Lisa L. Baker – Executive Coach & Founder of Ascentim
“Woman to Woman” is a must-read for any woman who loves a man and esteems herself. LeTisha Jackson expertly uses her story to pull back the covers on the devastating effects of cheating.
At first, I didn’t understand why the book included letters from both wives and mistresses. But in the end, I realized the brilliance of this approach.
Our sisterhood must be characterized by high standards. As sisters, we can and should treat ourselves and each other better. This is only possible when we have crucial conversations (from every angle) and speak the truth in love.
I thank LeTisha for initiating this conversation through her book.
Reading the letters broke my heart, made me angry, and caused me to weep with my sisters. It also left me hopeful that things will change as the message of ‘Woman to Woman’ spreads. That’s a testament to a well-written book – well done, LeTisha!
Because I agree that #loyaltyiskey, I am 100% #teamsisterhood.”
Helen Dumont – Reviewer
An inherently riveting and unique memoir that is both timely and timeless, and is as thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is informative and insightful, “Woman to Woman: Letters from Wives to Mistresses” is one of those true-life personal stories that will linger in the mind and memory of the reader long after it is finished and set back upon the shelf.
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