Hold up, how come nobody told me that Mrs. ‘How you doin’ can write? This is the first book that I have read by her and let me tell you I was quite surprised. When I picked it up at my local bookoff for only $5, I was hoping that she wouldn’t make me wish I would’ve saved my little coins. But I once I started and finished it within 2 days, I knew the “Queen of Media”, was definitely a fitting name for the author of 7 books, radio personality, and talk show host Wendy Williams.
The book is centered around the main character Kimberly kind, a beautiful woman who had gained much success as a lawyer. The story follows her in the quest to maintain control of her life, love and integrity with all the distractions of her family issues, from her mother being addicted to drugs to her love stricken boss who can’t let go. Her world begins to change when the estranged drug dealer King enters her life causing her to make choices that could be detrimental to her career and love life. In the end, who will she choose her boss and job, King or herself.
Overall, it was a good read. I would recommend it to people who like to read chic-lit or fiction. For those of you looking for some really steamy, smoking hot sex scenes and that true “urban fiction” type of feel this isn’t the book for you. I mean come on, the book is about a young working- class woman who gets caught up with who is supposed to be the typical bad boy King, opposed to the clingy, egotistical yet successful district attorney boss that will do anything to keep her near. Of course there are other supporting characters like her friends and her twin brother, who can’t seem to have his own life figured out because he’s just as messed up as her. One thing you have to remember is that this story is really Kim’s. She’s giving you an insight to that time of her life no matter how vague it may seem. But what I will say is that I was really disappointed and lost when I got to the end, but only because I wanted more. I wanted to know what happens next and that maybe there probably should have been a sequel to this one sorry Wendy, How You doin?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Wendy Williams is the host of The Wendy Williams Show and The Wendy Williams Experience, her top-rated daily radio show. Her books include the New York Times bestseller The Wendy Williams Experience, and she writes a weekly column for Life & Style magazine.