Home-Based – a Review

Have you ever had your own home-based business? Did you have the faith that you could make it a success even if no one else believed you could?

home-basedNikki is a single mom who was taught to believe that she could never succeed at anything. She left her rich husband to prove that she could make it on her own, but now that she’s out in the world, she isn’t so sure anymore.

She has a job, but one day she is fired for being just one minute late. If she doesn’t come up with another job and money soon, she’ll be forced to return to a life with him. A man who witnesses Nikki losing her job introduces her to an opportunity to have her own home-based business, one where she has the opportunity to make a lot of money.

But first, she has to come up with money to start this business. Desperate and not able to think of anyone else to turn to, she asks her ex for a loan. The conditions he has if she fails to repay him leave her uneasy, but she still takes the money.

Her ex has no faith that she can do it. Her family hasn’t got faith in her to do it, but her roommate and the guy who introduced her to this opportunity do have the faith that she can succeed. And she needs to succeed for her kids. She needs to show them that they can  follow their dreams and succeed.

This inspirational book is humorous yet serious in so many ways. We watch Nikki grow from an insecure single mom to one who has the faith that she can make it on her own. If you have ever wondered if you can succeed on your own in this world, you need to read this book.

I was sent a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. If you would like to buy your own copy, please click on the Amazon link below.

Amazon Link: Home-Based

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Favorite Sentences:
The shopper holds out her half-eaten bag of Oreos like it’s a dead animal.

The empty apartment is an incessant reminder of Nikki’s impetuous stupidity.

Why does Romy get all the breaks when she has to work so hard?

Complaining is like digging up the seeds and killing them before they have the chance to grow.

About the Author:
Alethea Robertson is a wife, mother, fiction author, and entrepreneur…in love with laughter, wisdom, and defying impossibilities.

She writes humor, romance, and fantasy/sci-fi. Currently, she authors under another pen name.

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