Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Interview for Remembering the Sweet Nectar by Susanna K. Green

Come and join me as I talk with author Susanna K Green for Remembering the Sweet Nectar on Stories From Unknown Authors @ 1pm EST.


  • Paperback: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Sweet Nectar Publishing (May 16, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615360955
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615360959

  • Author Bio:

    Susanna K. Green was born in Chicago, Illinois. Her mother passed away shortly after her first birthday so she, her father and grandmother headed to New Orleans and lived there until the year 2005. Susanna and her family evacuated New Orleans along with tons of other New Orleanians due to Hurricane Katrina.

    Susanna worked as a cosmetologist her entire career branching out into all areas of the field. She landed her own mobile spa business servicing VIP and celebrity clients at their hotels and movie sets.

    After the hurricane Susanna moved to Cincinnati, Ohio for four years until she decided to move once more to Florida. She now lives in the Tampa Bay area with her son Matthew and Toy Poodle Laila. Susanna is currently working on her second novel and looking for creative new authors to publish.


    Reina Joseph has secrets and will go to great lengths to cover them up. Lance, her unsuspecting husband stands by her side elated just to be in her presence. After realizing that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side she attempts to win her family back by any means necessary; but it may be too late. The pictures have already been posted along the streets of New Orleans. Someone is out for her ruin, but whom? In a race against time to find the one responsible for taunting her before her husband finds out she is faced with life’s lessons along the way.


    Remembering the Sweet Nectar is a provocative tale of a disastrous relationship. Susanna Green has done a wonderful job capturing the reader's attention in this soulful 244 page romance novel. Reina thinks the grass is greener on the other side but when she finds out that it's not exactly the way she thought, her world turns upside down. Many women will be able to relate to Reina's plight, while others will look at their current relationships and be thankful about how good they have it.


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