SistaWives: The Complete Series

SistaWives: The Complete Series SistaWives: The Complete Series by Ms. Bam
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Part 1 
Toshica Carmichael's life was on track in every way possible. Married right out of high school to the love of her life everything was going according to plan. College educations and multiple degrees, business owners and homeowners. The only thing Toshica needed to make her life complete was a baby. 
The only thing her husband Blair needed to feel complete was another wife. 
Blair Carmichael felt Black men who simply cheated on their wives were beneath him That wasn't the type of man he was. Blair was the type of man who did everything with a purpose. It would never cross his mind to leave his wife Toshica. After all , she was his rib. Blair just felt like every Black man needed more than one rib. 
Part 2 
Recently separated, new mother Toshica Carmichael has the weight of the world on her shoulders. The recent demise of what she once thought was a rock solid marriage has left her head spinning. Not to mention the offer of love coming from the most unlikely source. Step into the part two finale to find out if her husband Blair can save his marriage to his childhood sweetheart or lose her to the man who by most people's standards, should have never been his competition in the first place. 
**Warning** This is not your typical Urban romance, dope boy, thug love, or kingpin savage book. It's a heart-pounding, drama-filled women's fiction love story. 


 I think the author did a great job of creating an entertaining tale. While it was a dramatic representation of poly marriages, it was on the nose when it came to certain aspects that the "first wife" might feel and the unrealistic expectations that some men have when it comes to introducing the idea or a sister wife.  The characters and plot were developed, which made for an engaging story. There were a few lulls throughout and a few minor errors, but nothing that took me out of the story. Get your copy here and don't forget to support the author and leave a review.