Chanté Moore | Will i Marry Me?

Will I Marry Me? is a book of life lessons shared in the straight-forward, yet humorous style of Grammy Award winning, singer/songwriter, Chante' Moore. Written from the heart, Moore uses a series of characters to share intimate details of her life story. While readers get a glimpse into Moore's personal life, they are compelled to take a journey of self-discovery, beckoning they ask themselves a key question.... Will I Marry Me?

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My parents were the epitome of “love.”

My dad showered my mother with affection every chance he got and my mom just glowed in his presence. My sister and brother laughed and enjoyed the family experience, but I just gobbled it all up and took it to heart.I mean I was IN hook, line and sinker! I was only six years old but I saw how they were with each other and I remember looking at them and thinking, ‘Oh my God, I want that!’ I wanted to grow up to be that woman and love my future husband like I believed my mom loved my dad.

What I didn’t know was there must be a secret to ‘happily ever after’.

No one really talks about it (well, maybe because it is a secret). And, I certainly didn’t think it would take me years and so much pain to find that peace.

In my feeble attempt to bring my parents fantasy love to my reality -- I was married 3 times. Finally, in my last marriage with Kenny Latimore, I knew it was time for me to take a good look at what was really happening and face the truth.

The common denominator with my choices was me. Ouch!

I invite you to take the journey with me!

Let's face it, we can all get a little caught up in the fantasy of the tall, short, dark, light, handsome, cute -- mate! And in that fantasy one of our biggest illusions is the glitz and glamour of "I Do."

Well, after saying "I Do" three times, I decided to get firm in when I really should say, "I Don't!" It was a roller coaster ride of learning and I'm happy to say, it challenged me to face one of the biggest culprits involved in my now dissolved marriages -- ME!

Being accountable for my actions was a grown up choice that compelled me to take the journey of self discovery. It wasn't easy, but I did it and now am equipped to make better choices for me and my family. Knowing what I know now, I can say, I'm not ready to marry anyone else, but I'm ready to marry me!

Are you ready to take the journey and answer Will I Marry Me?

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