Do you work with assholes? Do you dread getting up every day to go to work because you have to deal with them, when all you want to do is light that ass up? Is your family full of assholes? Do you avoid holiday gatherings so you won’t have to encounter that asshole aunt or… Read More The Asshole Survival Guide
An American Marriage forces us readers to ask ourselves if we would stay in a marriage that forces your spouse to be separated from you for years. Would you wait for your spouse, or would you throw up the deuces and move on? Celestial and Roy are newly married and are living the ideal… Read More An American Marriage
The follow-up to Diamonds and Pearl, The Diamond Empire, will be released in October. The Diamond Empire is full of savagery, deception, backstabbing, and yes, a bit of black magic. I enjoyed it, as this book is full of twists and turns. I thought I knew what was going to happen but was fooled in… Read More The Diamond Empire
I did not have any expectations or opinions about Gabrielle Union or her upcoming book before I immersed myself into her life and completely ignored mine until I read the book’s final pages. I did not expect to love this book as much as I do, as this post and my 5 star rating on… Read More We’re Going to Need More Wine
The new installment of the great Cartel series will surely leave you with your mouth hanging open and questioning what’s going to happen next. The Cartel 7: Illuminati: Roundtable of Bosses by Ashley and JaQuaviss is due out next month, and Cartel fans should be sure to add this book to your summer reading list. This fast-paced… Read More The Cartel 7: Illuminati: Roundtable of Bosses
Gideon fans, link up! I am currently reading Eric Jerome Dickey’s Finding Gideon. I am also reading a few others, including new novels by Tayari Jones and J. D. Mason. I’m reading The Mothers as well, and I hope to have a post about that soon. Anyway, what I will say about what I have read… Read More Finding Gideon
Put this book on your to-read list and thank me later. There is so much I want to say about this book but I won’t. I can’t. Just read it.