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National Bestselling author Travis Hunter returns with the highly anticipated sequel to Married, But Still Looking.

Genesis Styles is back and has moved on from his cheating ways. His life is all about his wife and kid. But now that he is no longer the breadwinner, he’s feeling inadequate and his wife never misses a moment to let him know where he stands. And when a skeleton from his past lands him in jail, Genesis finds himself at rock bottom. Will he stay there or fight for the life he feels he deserves?

Terri loves her family with all she has, but Genesis’s latest stunt is too much and she’s at her wits end with her teenage stepdaughter’s disrespect. She’s been holding the family together while Genesis works on his dream, but there is only so much she can take before she snaps. A new business partner brings a ray of sunlight, but will her ambition cost her everything she’s ever loved?

Married, But Not Really is a story about issues that are often taboo in the Black community; molestation, infidelity, and mental illness, but also how love and commitment can concur it all.

Hunter’s agenda is the strength of this book; even cynical readers may be won over by his relentless positive message and push for African American communities built on respect and love.

Publishers Weekly, Your Content Goes Here

Travis Hunter takes us into the lives, their thoughts, and straight to the hearts of men. His work reflects the voice that is often missing- The voice of a brother who loves, listens, and tells his truth.

Bertice Berry, Author

Entertaining yet enlightening… Travis Hunter holds the reader hostage in his thought-provoking debut. Be prepared to laugh and cry as you examine, The Hearts of Men.

E Lynn Harris, New York Times Bestselling Author

Travis Hunter offers insight into the male psyche in ways that will captivate the reader, with stories that are both entertaining and compelling. There are truths and boldness to his words that make him a noteworthy force in a generation of fiction writers.

Lolita Files, Bestselling Author

Travis Hunter is a genius right before our eyes, just like Richard Pryor. Highly recommended-and Y’all know I don’t recommend much.

Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times Bestselling Author

Hunter gives us a glimpse into the mysterious void where Black men hide their expectations, inspirations, disappointments, and dreams- a place they rarely share with anyone.

The St. Louis American

Interesting and revealing look into the male psyche.

Today’s Black Woman

Hunter’s agenda is the strength of this book; even cynical readers may be won over by his relentless positive message and push for African American communities built on respect and love.

Publisher’s Weekly

Hunter is insightful and sensitive. “This moving novel is insightful, sensitive, and impressively real.

Essence Magazine
[Hunter} style is edgy with a heartfelt delivery. “[Hunter} style is edgy with a heartfelt delivery. He has the uncanny ability to speak to real life situations.
Rolling Out Magazine