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Publisher's Summary

A follow up to top five African American BWWM romances Home Is Where the Heart Is and Jealousy and Trust. All can be listened to as standalone audiobooks.

Steven is an English man who just happens to be a billionaire. Julie is the African American beauty he's gone on to make his all. This is the story of their lives together.

When Julie hears her favorite cousin is in town, she's ready for girly nights, glamor, and gossip. But when she learns her distant cousin Melina is also around, things don't seem as exciting. Melina is a conniving gold digger, and not the kind of woman you'd want to leave around your man! So how will the "too kind for his own good" Steven hold up?

Find out in this fun new black woman white man billionaire romance by J A Fielding. Contains scenes of a sexual nature. This BWWM interracial romance series contains sex scenes, so is only suitable for over eighteen.

©2014 J A Fielding (P)2015 J A Fielding

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keep it coming..

I've become so hooked to the storyline I can't wait for the next book to come out.

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Incomplete

I felt like this should've been longer more background with why they hated Marina. Julie and Steven should be living together by now with all they share I don't know this story seemed very juvenile imo

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Some improvement

Would you try another book from J A Fielding and/or Stacey Pearson?

I'm on the fence on this one. IF the author combines her e-books into one and the narrator brings energy to the tale, I might.

Has My Man, My Family turned you off from other books in this genre?

I love the genre. This series' plotline had potential. It was just poorly executed. Again, this installment had potential that was not capitalized.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Stacey Pearson?

Maybe someone like Simi Howe, who brings a certain believable energy to every story she narrates or Honey Jones.

Could you see My Man, My Family being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

Again if the series was combined, some interesting plot twists added, energy and passion, I could see this being a feel good Hallmark movie.

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Good Listen

loved it.... would listen again. I don't understand why I have to write more than I have to. I already said I like the book... smh