Samara Marshall is determined to make the summer before her senior year the best ever. Her plan: enjoy downtime with friends and work to save up cash for her dream car. Summer romance is not on her to-do list, but uncovering the truth about her flirtatious co-worker, Caleb Baker, is. From the peculiar glow to his eyes to the unfortunate events that befall the girls who pine after him, Samara is the only one to sense danger behind his smile.
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Jasmine Falls was in love with Daniel Roberts. Daniel was her patient and from the moment she saw him, she knew he was the one. Her friend, Candy, tried to convenience her that she deserved someone better; someone who would love her unconditionally. Her parents wanted her to be happy but they could not understand [...]
Lost for Words is a memoir of personal hurts, accepting lost and having the courage to move on. It’s a testament of raw emotions.
In the stunning conclusion to award-winning author Jewell Parker Rhodes’s mystery trilogy begun in Voodoo Dreams and Moon, Dr. Marie Lavant, descendent of Voodoo queen Marie Laveau, must confront a murderous evil in New Orleans.
New and Inspiring Poetry from Award – Winning Poet, Rayfer E. Mainor (March 25, 1948-April 26, 2008)
United California African-American Bookclubs Present 2010 Fall Into Fiction Literary Event For more information, visit Web site: UCAA Book Clubs UCAAB United California African American Book Clubs (UCAAB) was founded in 2003 as a way for African-American book clubs in California to network, support and promote our reading groups and the authors we love to [...]
A wealthy boyfriend, designer clothes, exotic vacations, and a Central Park penthouse-these are a few of Eva Cantrell’s favorite things. But when her sugar daddy turns out to be an investor swindler and goes on the run, he leaves an unsuspecting Eva without a couture bag to her name.
BEDTIME STORIES is a collaboration of short stories by Hollygrove Publishing’s hottest authors: Brian W. Smith, Nikkea Smithers, Torrian Ferguson, N’Tyse and Deilra Smith-Collard.
With sensitivity and grace, Kimberla Lawson Roby addresses a very real and serious issue, while delivering the inspiring tale of one family’s mission to shed light into the darkest corner of their lives.
One problem is that too many young people roam the city streets in the summer without curfews. Yes, the city has a curfew but little is done about it, especially when parents themselves allow their children to stay out until the early hours of the morning.