|About the Book|
Imagine falling in love with someone who is the person of your dreams, only to meet a second person who also is the person of your dreams.Do you break off one of the relationships? Or do you continue both?Jack, an editorial writer at the MemphisMoreImagine falling in love with someone who is the person of your dreams, only to meet a second person who also is the person of your dreams.Do you break off one of the relationships? Or do you continue both?Jack, an editorial writer at the Memphis News, continued both relationships at the insistence of both women, neither of whom wanted to risk rejection. Lori, who was Jack’s age, was a political power, a representative in the Tennessee General Assembly, someone who shared his passion for politics and public service. Faith, who was a decade and a half younger, had a more mundane career, but she was incredibly beautiful and she forged a powerful bond with Jack after he helped her come to terms with her childhood abuse.The story takes many exciting turns as the love triangle undergoes major changes, as each person struggles to come to terms with the unusual relationship and the tribulations that accompany it and ultimately result in tragedy.At the heart of the story is a behind-the-scenes look at the relationship between the Memphis news media and Tennessee politics.REVIEWS“There’s more than one magnificent guy in the world. “Two Women, One Man” is a romance from James L. Dickerson, who tells the story of Jack, a man who thought he found the one with Lori. But when Faith enters his life as well, he struggles to find what’s the right path for his heart and for all three of them, where the wrong choice will leave all of them unhappy. “Two Women, One Man” is a strong pick for those seeking a work of romance, highly recommended.”—Mid-West Book Review, September 2012James L. Dickerson is an award-winning author whose books include Mojo Triangle, Devil’s Sanctuary, Love on the Rocks, and the bestselling biography Ashley Judd: Crying on the Inside. He is a former editorial writer for The Commercial Appeal.