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Li’l Mama’s Rules

Narrated by: Patricia Floyd
Length: 11 hrs and 57 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Blackboard best-selling author of Caught Up in the Rapture, Sheneska Jackson returns with the moving story of Madison Maguire, an attractive, modern woman with unique strengths and weaknesses. At age 30, strong-willed Madison, also known as Li’l Mama, always follows her "rules of dating." But even within the safe confines of her rules, she always seems to get herself into some kind of trouble - man trouble to be exact. Unable to cultivate true intimacy after the loss of her first love, Madison is as vulnerable as she is independent. Soon she will learn something about herself that will tragically change her life forever. Patricia Floyd’s empathetic narration adds further depth to this novel of defying adversity, building trust and recognizing true love.

©1997 Sheneska Jackson (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC

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Great book, Great narrator!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. This book is a must read. Patricia Floyd also did an excellent job with the narration. She bought each character to life. I definitively recommend this book/narrator!

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This store is a life lesson...

Lil Mama is a woman who has to learn a life lesson in the hard way. My aunt made me read this book when I was 16 and starting to "smell myself" not literally. I thought I was grown and wanted me see that "it" could happen to anyone. This story is a good idea to have a group lesson.