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When The Gloves Come Off: Shocking, Raw New Novel – Hailed “Completely Unpredictable” by Critics – Throws Spotlight on Self-Destructive Lives of Women

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Masterfully crafted by T.M. Williams, ‘When The Gloves Come Off’ fuses fact with fiction to follow the life of a skeptical woman who, after hating men for so many years, finally gives one a chance – until he knowingly infects her with HIV. It’s an emotive and thought-provoking read that will lead any woman to question why they make poor decisions that harm themselves and others. Having garnered a full five stars on Amazon, Williams’ creation is unlike anything readers would have encountered before.

 

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Columbia, SC – While “chick lit” has seen a huge and undeniable surge in popularity, both readers and critics are currently crying out for wholly-unique new narratives that don’t succumb to recycling of the “same-old” concepts. Thankfully, T.M. Williams is stepping up to the plate with gusto, shaking the genre up with a novel that will force thousands of women to cut to the core of their darkest flaws.

It all unravels in ‘When The Gloves Come Off’; a shocking and nail-biting display of humanity’s skepticism…..skepticism that is often warranted.

Synopsis:

“Lonely… rich… bitch…” Career driven divorce attorney Simone Banks hated men. Even if her job didn’t make it evident that most of them were scum, she had her own horrible experience as proof. Never recovering from her past heartache, Simone is exactly what her younger sister calls her; a lonely bitch taking her insecurities out on the people around her. Until she saw Clyde…and he wanted her. He wanted her. And no one ever wanted her. Attempting to forget her past, Simone takes a chance on Clyde, and ends up making the biggest mistake of her life. Why? Because she just learned that he infected her with HIV. This debut novel by author T.M. Williams is an emotional page-turner that will keep you engaged until the shocking conclusion.

“The market certainly isn’t used to books like this,” admits the author. “It homes in on very real and prevalent issues that cause many women to make poor decisions that will ultimately harm them and those around them. I don’t recall any other book focusing on this societal epidemic.”

Continuing, “While taking its cues from the real world, the book also boasts many great hallmarks of compelling fiction. There’s a shocking twist, bold characters, unexpected changes of direction and an ending that readers won’t be forgetting any time soon.”

Since its release, the volume has garnered a string of rave reviews. Lashanta Charles comments, “This book was absolutely amazing. The plot twist. . .GENIUS. The author had me despising the one person I really should have liked the whole time. I won't say much for fear of spoilers, but I loved the how all the characters were brought together under the tragedy of contracting HIV from the same man who used different names. I also enjoyed the fact that the author showed what could happen when people acted on emotions and decided to take justice into their own hands.”

Shanon adds, “This book shows a story that can happen to anybody. There are a lot of women that are tired of being used for men so they become insecure about love, and when they open their hearts again they get this kind of stories, or they get played again.Clyde was wrong for playing with all these women feelings. I can’t wait to read another novel of T.M. Williams.”

‘When The Gloves Come Off’, from Underground Authors, LLC, is available now: http://amzn.to/1dEQ76m

 

 

About the Author: 

T.M. Williams is a novelist, freelance writer and is the owner of Underground Authors, LLC. She has two other works, Satin and XXXPlicit Tales Vol. 1: Medical Confessions, published under her erotic pseudonym, Adonna Lane. She currently lives in South Carolina where she is busy working on her next novel.

 

Contact: T.M. Williams / undergroundauthors@gmail.com / 803-477-5998

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