“What If It Feels Good to love like you've never loved before, and experience desires that continually throw you into identity turmoil? Meet Michael Bagley son of millionaire Joe Simpson & stripper mother Sarah of, What if it Feels Good? The story opens with young Michael exchanging "sexual favors" for food and shelter. Despite being kicked out of his mother's apartment by her live-in boyfriend (Jaye), Michael's adoration for his mom remains unchanged. During one of Michael's chance visits with his mother, he runs into Jaye and his life changes drastically.
In an attempt to help her son; Sarah contacts his father who has no idea he fathered a child with Sarah during their affair fourteen years ago. An arrest, a trail date, and a court order later, Michael finds himself living with his sperm donor. In his father's care, he finds a love uncharacteristic of who he is.
Despite the appearance of this being a BAB (big a** book), I can promise you that you will feel a loss and savor the pages long after you close this book. Michael and the host of characters in "What if it Feels Good?" leave you feeling good. The players are easy to relate to, often acting in ways that make them very likable. The story line is replete with wonderful characters you beg to know better.
The connection in this book that affects avid readers and characters is our belief that we have control over our emotions whether it's love, revenge, betrayal, jealousy or denial. This thing we call love is not something we have the power to control. Does that feel good? What if it feels good?
**My local book club had the pleasure of discussing this book with the author. It was wonderful hearing her bring each character to life for us. Every member of our group gave What if it Feels Good?a rating of 5 which is the best you can get. We anxiously await the sequel Metamorphsis. ”