As a wife, mother and mayor of Ulysses, Texas, Faith Henry doesn’t know whether she’s coming or going. For starters–she’s almost killed by a sniper’s bullet. Her husband feels a woman’s place is to take care of home, her daughter is involved in a secret relationship and her son is suffering from an identity crisis.
Making matters worse, Faith falls in love with her administrative assistant and a decision she made years ago has come back to haunt her. Now up for re-election, Faith has no choice but to come to grips with her past as well as her future.
Monica “Dr. Moe” Anderson has written a novel portraying the ins and outs of politics. Readers will be entertained with the abundance of shady underhanded dealings as well as the heated little deeds going on behind closed doors. The storyline was excellent and the plot was so wonderful that it left me wanting more…talk about a sistah fed up.
Dr. Moe is to be commended on a job well done. Readers will enjoy WHEN A SISTAH’S FED UP for years to come because it is a compelling fictional story detailing the gritty, grimy and seedy side of local government.
Reviewed by Pamela Bolden, Raw Sistaz on Feb 10, 2006.