Essence best-selling author Daaimah S. Poole delivers the scandalous and sexy goods her fans can’t get enough of in this sizzling tale of women trying to score. Adrienne Sheppard isn’t raking it in as an NFL star’s baby mama, so she’s looking to get wifed. Zakiya Lee is pregnant by the NBA’s hottest new player, but fame is wearing her out. And sports reporter Cherise Long has a pro athlete picked out too—but he happens to be Adrienne’s man.
©2010 Daaimah S. Poole (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
“A voice of her generation.” (Black Issues Book Review)
I enjoyed the book from beginning to end, I found myself looking forward to listening to this audio whenever I had a chance, so I give this book a big thumbs up!!
I really liked this book. I think I took it a little too serious because I found myself talking to the characters like they could really here me...lol and my Husband really thinks i'm crazy.
LIFE just happens that way sometimes!
I did expect a lil bit more from this book but it was a decent book. The narrator was very good and the characters in the book were well developed and their issues were addressed. I did begin to think in the beginning how all the characters were connected but in the end the connections came together. The character that ranaway in the beginning of the book did lose me and that character could have been left out of the story because she really didnt have a reason to be in the book. All together this book was decent.
annoying,delusional and sad female characters, and the dimwitted male athletes who lust for them. superficial story told with no character development, slow plot movement. but with plenty of "wtf" moments. passages were repeated almost verbatim. not a good listen for me.
This story just didn't seem developed enough. It had some grimy mellow drama but that's it.
Simply complicated. I like a little fiction in my life to break it all up. No time to read anymore so now I listen to my books.
I had a hard time getting into this book. The way the book was chopped up I guess the best way to describe what I didn't like.The way the book was read was distracting. I wanted to know what was going to happened to the characters.
I liked Cherise because she was the character I could most relate to.
I am not sure. Perhaps a younger reader between the ages of 18-25????
I think the book started off poorly and did not capture my attention. It felt as if I had heard or read about this storyline before.
Unsure, couldn't listen to it in full because the storyline was not interesting.
I don't know.
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