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Tell Me Lies

Tell Me Lies

(Nothing But The Truth Book 1)

by Michelle Lindo-Rice (Author)

A broken heart…When Sydney Richardson meets Pastor Noah Charleston it was practically love at first sight. Sydney has battled so much deception in her personal life and in her work as an attorney, she is glad to have a perfect man she can depend on. But her Prince Charming has some secrets that are worse than Sydney could have ever imagined. What will she do when Noah’s past life come to light?

African American Urban Life

Murderville 3: The Black Dahlia

Murderville 3: The Black Dahlia

by Ashley & JaQuavis (Author)

In this final installment of The Murderville saga, Ashley and JaQuavis bring you the grit, treachery, and street perspective that they have become legendary for.

This thrilling page-turner introduces the story of the black Dahlia and her bloodstained ascent to power. After establishing a connection with “The Five Families,” Dahlia becomes literally untouchable. Her brazen tactics and mafia-style antics become infamous and she is set to take over the country’s black market. But there is only one thing still standing in her way – she is a woman. The competition doesn’t respect her so Dahlia sets out on a bloody mission to ensure the protection of her new kingdom. Liberty has relocated to her hometown only to get a knock on the door by a man she hasn’t seen in years. She reacquaints herself with the past and gets connected with some of the biggest bosses in the country. When fate brings her face-to-face with Dahlia, who will end up victorious? Will Dahlia’s newfound power make her invincible? Or, will Liberty finally get the revenge she deserves? What happens next is the most shocking ending that Ashley & JaQuavis have ever created. This is storytelling at its greatest. Welcome to Murderville 3: the Black Dahlia.

African American

Beautiful Mistake: The Rise And Fall Of The Barnes Brothers

Fall Of The Barnes Brothers

by Nikki Brown (Author)

“Blood don’t make you family, loyalty does” is a saying that the Barnes Brothers live by. Their troubled childhoods lead them all to the woman who would change their lives forever, Ann Barnes. Her and her brother Ray take the boys in and raise them to be the men they are today but sometimes the past has a way of destroying what’s built.

Lachelle Weaver Sister Surrogate
African American Women's Fiction

Sister Surrogate

Sister Surrogate

by LaChelle Weaver

Three sisters and a baby equal family drama…

Bridgette, Ivy and Savannah have always been close…but their sisterhood hasn’t been without its challenges. Yet these sisters always manage to come together in times of need.

When Savannah, the youngest sister, is faced with a life-altering illness, which threatens her lifelong desire to have children, one of her sisters offers to give her the ultimate gift- to become her surrogate.

African American Women's Fiction

In Haven

In Haven

by B. Love (Author)

Raleigh Simone couldn’t tell you anything about love and family. After watching her mother suffer from the abuse of her father for years, Raleigh decided love would never be worth the possibility of pain.

Haven Jackson didn’t have a normal childhood growing up. He didn’t experience the love and nurture that his friends received from their mothers, or the guidance and teachings they gained from their fathers. It was because of his lack of a loving family that Haven made finding a wife to love his priority.

African American

Fallin’ For a Thug

Fallin’ For a Thug

by Mz. Lady P (Author), Lucinda John (Author)

There’s something about a Thug that drives women crazy. Khalil “K’Money” Kain is no exception. He’s every woman’s dream and every nigga’s worst nightmare.

Fresh out the Federal Penitentiary after doing a five year bid, Khalil is back like he never left with his right hand man Gunz along for the ride. They’re strapped and ready for whatever.

The beautiful La’Tissa Moore is Khalil’s Parole Officer. She has never been the one to mix business with pleasure, but there’s something about Khalil that makes her want to break all the rules. And for him she’s willing to do whatever.

Of course, the perfect love story is far and in between when jealousy rears its ugly head. The streets are watching and niggas is gossiping. It’s nothing for a Thug like Khalil to show the streets that he’s not to be fucked with.

However, this is a whole new world for La’Tissa. Can she handle Fallin For A Thug?

African American

Small Great Things

Small Great Things

by Jodi Picoult (Author)

SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE

“[Picoult] offers a thought-provoking examination of racism in America today, both overt and subtle. Her many readers will find much to discuss in the pages of this topical, moving book.”—Booklist (starred review)