Book Spotlight – Ex-Ray by Cheryl Robinson



Ex-Ray – Cheryl Robinson


Description: When Ray left Sarita for another woman in 1988, it was on their one-year wedding anniversary—not that he even noticed the significance of the date. He left, without a word, without an explanation. While Sarita frantically searched the city, fearing the worst, Ray was heading to a new life.

Many days he wishes he would have made a different decision, and often wonders how Sarita’s life is. Does she ever think about me? Us? Is she happy? Married with children?

Decades later, Ray returns to Detroit to search for his first true love. It’s a chance for him to start anew—and tackle the personal demons he’s never faced. However, his attempts to find Sarita and rekindle their romance aren’t what he expects. Ray discovers a brand-new Sarita, a woman forced to move on after being abandoned by the love of her life.

Alternating between Sarita and Ray’s perspectives, Ex-Ray examines the bond of first love as well as healing after betrayal. Where does forgiveness come in, and where should karma take over?

Review: OMG!!!!!!!!!!! This is my first book by this author and O am hooked. This book had so many twists and turns that you will not see coming.

It’s starts when a husband Ray disappears on his first wedding anniversary. His wife Sarita is desperate to find out what happened to her husband. The author takes us through their journey over a period of years.

The characters were on point, I could relate to them. Sometimes I wanted to slap Sarita and choke out Dr. Lex.

The themes in the story is trust, faith, infidelity, addiction, distrust, and miscommunication. We deal with these issues in some of our own relationships.

This story had me on an emotional roller coaster. One minute I was happy, sad, angry, pissed, and disappointed. I laughed and cried throughout the story. The story had an underlying message that I have received. Thanks. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I give this book 5 stars. I can’t wait for book 3.

Rating: 5 stars

Words of Caution: Abandonment, personal demons, betrayal, forgiveness, low self-esteem, infidelity, adultery, and separation.

If you like this book, try these:

 Until Ray



After Ray



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