Archives for the ‘Book of the Week’ Category

Derrin’s Hot Pursuit by Tucker Davis

By • Apr 26th, 2012 • Category: Book of the Week

Derrin’s Hot Pursuit will enhance the personal library of readers and romance enthusiasts because it shows the benefits which occur when lovers face their fears to find love. Derrin’s Hot Pursuit addresses issues which help the reader to connect with the characters.



Consensual by Djuanna Brockington

By • Mar 6th, 2012 • Category: Book of the Week

Consensual is all about people not being what they seem. Robert appears to be a gentleman and a great catch, Alison appears to be victim material, and Elle appears to be the perfect girlfriend. When you take off the masks what you get is a predator, a determined woman, and a woman willing to make things right, even if the method is wrong.



The Stalker Chronicles by Electa Rome Parks

By • Feb 14th, 2012 • Category: Book of the Week

From outside appearances, the very stunning Pilar has it all—a great career, a beautiful home and a trust fund that keeps her financially secure. However, looks can be deceiving. All that glitters isn’t gold. Pilar is searching for her one, perfect soulmate. And she thinks she has found him in Xavier.



Black Widow and the Sandman by LL Reaper

By • Oct 19th, 2011 • Category: Book of the Week

In 140 words or less, tell us why Black Widow and the Sandman, would make a great addition to our personal library. “We’ve heard from several readers that they love the strong, black, imperfect anti-heroes. The balance between suspense and sensuality is also a twist I’m told we pulled off nicely.



Rededication by Armond Mosley

By • Aug 18th, 2011 • Category: Book of the Week

Rededication is an honest account of one man’s struggle with faith and sexuality. Most who’ve grown up in the church have been in positions where what the Bible says and what the world says contradict one another. This reality has the potential to cause much anxiety and strife for a Christian seeking to live God’s way.



Caliente Nights by Victoria Wells

By • Mar 29th, 2011 • Category: Book of the Week

Nursery school teacher Jeanette Adams is struggling financially to help her elderly aunt keep their family owned nursery school’s doors open. Working days at the school and evenings as a department store clerk to make ends meet is taking its toll on Jeanette. Just when things couldn’t get any worse she finds herself in a crisis situation.



Twisted Obsession by Purity Dotson

By • Jan 13th, 2011 • Category: Book of the Week

I came up with the premise for “Twisted Obsession” because of past experiences of my own as well as other women. Abuse among black women continues to grow and I want to be a voice to get that out there. A lot of young girls are so captivated by floss but like the old adage goes’ everything that glitters ain’t gold.’



Picture Perfect by Deatri King-Bey

By • Nov 22nd, 2010 • Category: Book of the Week

When Anna Lee decides to return to college, the family portrait is torn to shreds. Jacob wants a new and improved portrait with his entire family. Anna Lee insists it is time to take separate portraits. Junior begs for the old portrait to be refurbished. All three are hurting and unsure, and the changes in their lives have just begun.



The Job Experience by Margaret Wesley

By • Nov 4th, 2010 • Category: Book of the Week

The Job Experience is a book about turning tragedy into triumph. It shows the power of faith of work. I believe everyone will be encouraged by my story and it will compel them to appreciate life and the gifts that it brings.



Hang Out at APOOO with Author Ava Bleu

By • Oct 14th, 2010 • Category: Book of the Week

The Diva of Peddler’s Creek is a book is a great addition to anyone’s library because it’s fun and romantic. But, in addition, it touches on issues of cultural differences, family/peer pressure, and general acceptance of other people. And then there is the food… don’t come to this book hungry.