Chattanooga Author Encourages Women To Find The Right One

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

“A Woman Loves until a Man Lies: The Dating Cycle,” is a self help book that Author Tamara Armour offers to women to show them how to heal and be successful in their next relationship.

A review said, "This book is dedicated to the women that are fed up, discouraged and feels that all men are the same when they’re actually not. It’s for those women who feel like they keep getting hurt over and over and do not know why. Pick this book up before it happens.

“'A Woman Loves until a Man Lies,' heals women from past hurt and pain. A lot of times women will begin to think they are unlovable and no man will want them based on the men that they have been with that rejected them. Ms. Armour will prove that there is someone for everyone, and if a woman wants love, then giving up is not an option." 

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Ms. Armour lives in Chattanooga. What motivates her to write is her need to help people. She believes that her purpose in life is to use her writing to help people who are hurting and wounded from life's unexpected or disappointing struggles.


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