The Charlotte Post hails Cheryl Robinson as "fresh and exciting." Her popular novels include If It Ain't One Thing. Here listeners meet Georgia Brown, a housewife of 11 years who is married to a radio personality who might be having an affair. Georgia is fed up and set to break out on her own. But when her husband puts her on the air to tell "her side" of their story, she discovers she likes it behind the mic. And this will have major consequences for their marriage.