Somebody Else's Business
This journey of the unexpected begins with the deployment of John Willoughby. He writes a letter expressing his committed love to his fiancee Tiffany Adams, who misplaces the letter within an hour after receiving it. Through happenstance, Kelly; the wife of another relationship finds the letter while walking her dog. Enthralled by the expressive content, she takes the letter home with the intent o...
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Charlton Books (March 30, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 2065622
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using it as a tool to rekindle the spontaneity in her marriage; from there the story unfolds into a series of destructive episodes. The words and expressions intended for one relationship are read and conveyed in another. As consequence of being involved in Somebody Else's Business, the trust and fidelity in Kelly's marriage is compromised. The seeds of assumption are carried yet further by an unwary housekeeper Maria, who promulgates a discovery of baseless assumptions implicating her employer’s husband of infidelity. A confrontation ensues. Guilt leads to the fate of a husband and the destruction of two additional relationships. Overall 15 lives are devastated based on assumptions. The characters are methodically developed and sequenced to bring home the lesson of "Speculative Disqualification." From tragedy and fate, a victim emerges as a hero for social consciousness. The story-line transitions ingenuously for a climatic twist. The lesson ends with the consolation of its beginning. Though we watch from the sidelines and are entertained by the characters wit, keep in mind "Somebody Else's Business" is everything and anything that doesn't pertain to you.