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Take Me As I am by Bianca Xaviera

Avian received the shock of her life when her husband of thirteen years puts her out of their home and told her he was divorcing her. To help start a new chapter in her life Avian’s friend convinces her to still go on her trip to Mexico that she had…

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Feel Me In The Dark by Tucora Monique

Genre: Urban Romance Finley is a professional finesser but when some one in her small circle betrays her she is put in a life or death situation when arms dealer Preach get a hold of her. Luckily Preach is a good judge of character and decides not to kill Finley…

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Conflicted Heart by Kay Shanee

Twins Siyanna and Summer did everything together including falling in love with twin brothers Drae and Drue. Siyanna and Summer were even having their first child a month apart from each other, but tragedy struck when Siyanna’s sister and husband both die leaving Siyanna and Drue to not only mourn…

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To Her Rescue by Dria Andersen 

Celine’s grandfather died leaving the entire family inheritance to her but there is one stipulation, she must marry to get the inheritance. Being left with no other option to get his hands on his father in laws fortune Celine’s father is forcing her to marry so he puts the word…

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Ace Of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé

Genre: Young Adult-Mystery/Suspense Chiamaka and Devon are the only two black students at Niveus Academy, a predominately white private high school. Chiamaka whose father is Irish and mother is Nigerian comes from a wealthy family while Devon comes from a single parent home where his mother works two and three…

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The Parker Sisters Series By Tay Mo’nae

This was an amazing series that gives us stories on Gianna, Aurora, and Sloane as they fall in love, forgive, grieve, give birth, and heal. I enjoyed each sisters stories but my favorite was Sloane’s her story just hit different. Gianna was the fun outspoken sister who lived her life…

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