In this sizzling urban tale, you are introduced to Chassidy Fondain, a gorgeous young woman who hasn’t been so lucky in love. Since her past relationships have thrown all sorts of curve balls at her, she is certain that the well of good men has run dry. Enter EL, a legitimate business man with a long line of impressive accomplishments. He happens to be dashingly good-looking with street smart savvy, giving him the potential to sweep Chassidy off her feet.
As time passes, Chassidy slowly lets her guard down and decides to trust in her new-found relationship with EL. That is, until an incredible twist of fate lands her in the path of Shane, a no-nonsense, well-respected, drug lord with an insatiable desire for her. Chassidy and Shane’s instant animalistic attraction quickly develops into a love affair stronger than either of them could have ever imagined as they embark on an unforgettable path of lust, lies, betrayal and deceit.
When EL is faced with the reality of losing Chassidy forever, he begins plotting his revenge enlisting the help of an unsuspecting ally who has the potential to bring Chassidy to her knees. As the two form a deadly alliance, Chassidy soon comes face-to-face with the one person who will stop at nothing to destroy her.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Drama…Another Man’s Girl?
Sydney Lyttle: Writing a book was something I thought about for years. I started writing Drama…Another Man’s Girl in 2004 and put the pen down because I didn’t feel the story. Then it came back to me years later, so I just threw caution to the wind and decided to write it.
JP: What sets Drama…Another Man’s Girl apart from other books in the same genre?
SL: I believe my story line and writing style is different.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that led to Drama…Another Man’s Girl getting out to the public?
SL: Word-of-mouth. I can’t stress that enough. You wouldn’t believe how powerful the spoken word is. It also helps to have a team of skilled marketers and promoters who have knowledge of the business.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take you to start and finish Drama…Another Man’s Girl?
SL: My writing process begins with the characters. They come to me and tell me their story. Then I work on the story line. Everything else just falls in place. It took three months to write the book, however the editing aspect took about six months.
JP: What’s next for Sydney Lyttle?
SL: Another book series titled Blood is Bond.
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