Caleb Peterson has the total package - a successful career, financially stable, and irresistibly gorgeous. The only thing that will make him complete is a love of his own. Unfortunately, Caleb is consistently attracting ladies who are looking for sponsorship and he is tired of the madness. He crosses paths with the beautiful Paisley Terrell, a struggling model who recently broke up with her cheating boyfriend. She's also doing what she can to keep her finances afloat, not knowing where her next dollar is coming from. As things become hot and heavy between the two, Caleb proposes to Paisley with one stipulation that could either make or break their relationship.
The play "Men, Money, & Gold Diggers" turned novel was awesome. I'm a big fan of Mr. Johnson in the theatrical arena and I was very impressed with his first book. Caleb and Paisley 's characters were well written in first person so the reader gets both points of views as well as the opinions of their friends, which I found hilarious. I love the way Caleb was portrayed and that he realizes that love has been staring him right in the face all along. "Men, Money & Gold Diggers" provides drama, plenty of laughter and how true love prevails.
Reviewed by: Tange
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