Thursday, May 9, 2024

Book Review Alert: You Can't Plan Love By Synthia Williams

Book Review Alert:  You Can't Plan Love By Synthia Williams
Author: Synithia Williams
Published: May 1, 2020
Publisher: n/a
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B087ZP2LS3
Rating: 4 stars
Rated by: Patrice 
Synthia Williams has put out a great debut novel and is an excellent writer.

In her debut novel, "You Can't Plan Love," readers embark on an emotional journey alongside the main character, Kenyatta Copeland, as she navigates the ups and downs of life and grapples with her passionless relationship with long-time boyfriend Brad Johnson. The author skillfully illustrates the consequences when emotions, rather than genuine affection, govern a relationship. Kenyatta's quest for stability and security keeps her tethered to Brad, while her heart yearns for the fervor and connection she finds with her boss, Malcolm Patterson. Through the lens of three years filled with anticipation, infatuation, and idealization contrasted with elements of coercion, manipulation, and deceit, readers witness how love can unpredictably transform lives.

The novel brims with love, emotional turmoil, and suspense, captivating readers from the outset and holding their attention throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep readers engrossed, evoking a range of emotions from anger to elation, and leaving them eager to delve deeper into the lives of the characters. The natural, flowing dialogue adds to the story's authenticity, making the characters and their experiences relatable.

Synthia Williams proves herself a remarkable storyteller, leaving readers hungry for more. Anticipation builds for her future works as readers eagerly await the next captivating tale.

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Author Profile- Dani Nicole


Dani Nicole

Tell us about yourself?  

    My name is Danielle Hall but I go by Dami Nicole that is my author name.  I am originally from Milwaukee WI and I now live in Charlotte NC. I am a mother of 3 and engaged. I will be celebrating a birthday in April I will be 50.

How many books have you written, and which is your favorite?  

  I have written 1 book it is Entangled With Deceit the one we will be talking about tonight. Of course this is my favorite.

At what point do you think someone should call themselves a writer

    At any point at any age.

What advice would you give to a writer working on their first book?  

    Go at your own pace and follow your own path. Be your authentic self.

Can you tell us a little about your current work?  

    My current work is a romantic drama about love, betrayal and deceit. If you have ever found yourself on the complex side of love then this book is for you. Victoria the main character believes she has found her love, her main man in Erickson, but soon red flags appear and the walk in the park isn’t so perfect. This book was actually first written in 2017. I didn’t pick it back up again until 2023.

How do you develop your plot and characters? 

      My own past experiences and by reading other urban novels and watching urban dramas. 

What was your hardest scene to write, and why? 

    The sex scenes because I was nervous about what my mom would say believe it or not (lol)

How would you describe your book’s ideal reader? 

    Any one who has experienced love, betrayal, lies and deceit in a relationship

What do the words “literary success” mean to you? How do you picture it? 

    This is the first time I heard these words. So I did some research and I would say when a person (s) enjoys the story they are reading they share by talking about it to someone else. So I picture that as being my book.

What would you like to say to your readers?  

    The book pre-release is March 25th. 

Follow Author Dani Nicole on social media at: 

Instagram: daninicoletheauthor

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Purchase Dani Nicole's books at the following locations:

Blackgold Publishing


Upcoming Events

Feature in March issue of Pretty Woman Hustle online Magazine

Live Podcast interview March 21st with Queen Angela "Woman History Month"  

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Author Catalog

 Entangled With Deceit my first novel that will be released March 2024.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Black Children’s Book Week Author Feature- Kimberly Beasley

 Black Children’s Book Week
Author Feature

Kimberly Beasley

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Tell us about yourself.

    I am a devoted wife, mother, and community engager. I was an entrepreneur early in life owning my own beauty salon for 27 years and served on the Arkansas State Board of Cosmetology as a Board member and Examiner. I recently completed a long-held goal of obtaining my bachelor’s degree in American Studies with a minor in Truth and Reconciliation, and another goal of becoming a published author. My favorite quote is Proverbs 3:6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, lean not to thine own understanding but in all thine ways acknowledge him, and he will direct thy paths.”  Wanting others to know that it is never too late to follow your dreams.

Tell us about your featured book. 

    Searching for Me was based on my own life, along with my two sisters as we grew up in a small rural town with a hue different from our mothers. This was due to my mother being African American with a brown skin hue and my father being of mixed decent with a very fair hue that caused our fair completion, complexions at one time most seen in the South. This created great confusion, and sometimes hardships with my sisters and our peers within our community, having to explain and prove our race to others. It was almost like me, and my siblings spent much of our time proving our “blackness” instead of just being children and being liked for who we were and making friends just because.  As children this was an unfair subject to explain especially when you are too young to understand it yourself. My sisters and I felt like we were almost made to pick a race, we couldn’t be both, which in fact we were biracial, or multicultural. We were deprived of accepting our whole culture, whatever that was, because it was not explained. But we were told and raised that we were just black, and when anyone asked us, that is what the answer was, no matter what the mirror reflection showed us. This was so confusing and damaging in so many ways as children growing up. Writing this book was self-healing in the sense that even though I never got an answer to a lot of questions to my lineage and ancestry even into my adulthood, I learned the real lessons through my imaginary travels to my ancestors that the real beauty was God-given and lies within. But what I do know is all children need to know and understand that it is not what you look like on the outside, but your character and love that flows on the inside is all that matters. Children can get hung up on their outer appearance and societal expectations that can lead to self-esteem and other issues that can be detrimental. I want them to learn to love themselves, period. Searching for Me is about finding your true self, and loving what you see.  I am not currently working on another book but am seriously contemplating a series of book that deals with self-esteem and image for children. 

When did you first realize you wanted to be an author? What inspired you?

    I didn’t, writing this book just happened for me. I had a story in me for so long and was afraid to tell it because of its content, race. In 2024, we are still afraid to discuss this subject, and we should not be. No one had anything to do with how they got here nor the lineage they are connected to. We still live in a world that has a line drawn down the middle that some dare to cross. Either you are black or white, and is almost taboo say biracial, for if you do you are almost automatically put into a category, or box all by yourself by society. In my opinion, there is not a place of comfort, or acceptance, for children or adults of mixed lineage to fit in. The “other” box is almost never checked, and why? Are we afraid to say we are made of many cultures?  This has bothered me for a long time and caused angst within me and my sisters, so I finally penned the words in a way that both children and adults can relate. Writing my story allowed me to tell my story my way, unapologetically. Everyone has a story to tell and there is no right or wrong way to tell it. The beauty of writing is you can be as creative as you want. Every story is not for everyone, either you like it, or you don’t and there are no hard feelings. But if the story it resonates with the reader mission accomplished. There is something to be learned, valued, and appreciated in every book written, one just must have an open mind while reading it. The inspiration to each is within each writer, at least it was for me.

What made you want to become a children’s book author? 

    As I stated above, I never intended to become an author of a children’s book, it just happened. But I can say that I am glad that God directed me this way because I think that children are less judgmental than adults. Children are who I am trying to capture with their self-esteem before it is damaged. Words, looks, verbal assaults, often result in the wrong connotations without intelligent conversation can hurt. Children are innocent, full of questions, and are willing to listen, learn, and hopefully teach others. At least, that is my hope. 

What made you want to write a book of this nature? 

    It was needed. There are so many children of mixed lineage who look “different” because of biracial relationships, they often grow up somewhat confused by not knowing where to fit in or what side to accept because they do not know their full heritage or get bullied just because of the way they look. Unfortunately, statically children of mixed lineage can be picked on, bullied, and sometimes even worse. It is important for me to try to break this stigma and help children love themselves when they look in the mirror, and know that God made them just the way they are, beautiful!

Which age group do you prefer to write for and why?

    I think that it is a book that children from eight years and above can appreciate, but it is up to parental guidance due to the subject matter. Amazon has rated accordingly, eight and above, although depending on the maturity of the child a bit younger.

Do you have another book you are actively working on? Can you tell us about it. 

    Not at this present time.

What did you think you wanted to be when you were still at school, or have you always wanted to be an author?

    My professional career was in the beauty industry where I owned and operated by own beauty salon for over 20 plus years and was also appointed to the State Board of Cosmetology as an Examiner and Board Member. I most recently went back to school and earned my bachelor’s degree in American Studies and a minor in Truth and Reconciliation. Being an author was never on my agenda, but I am certainly glad God saw fit to bless me with such an opportunity. 

Shoutout your illustrator. 

    My wonderful illustrator was from an artist on Fiiver. She really captured the very essence of the characters I was trying to portray in my story.

What young celebrity would you want to play the main character or be the voice of the main character of your book? 

    Although she is older now, I think the perfect person to play the main character in the book and voice would have been Jurnee Smollett. Her skin hue and hair texture closely resembled mine as a child. 

What would you like to say to the readers? 

    Never count yourself out as too late to start anything. God gave me this book as an inspiration to write in my fifties, it is for sale on Amazon and hopefully in other bookstores soon. I never would have imagined such an accomplishment at this stage in my life. But with God, all things are possible. He saw my years of hurt and pain being picked on and bullied and turned them into words to help other children and adults, not only those who look like me, but those who have other insecurities as well. It is who you are on the inside that counts, the beauty within.

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This book is a journey of self-discovery and lifelong yearning to understand who I am. With a complex and mostly unknown lineage (though slowly being discovered) I have often wondered, “Who am I?” I have struggled all my life just trying to fit into a box that was not designed, or made to fit me, just based on how I looked. How does one work with that or strive to reshape themselves to fit into a “container” that no one else understands? I am not alone in this, as my two sisters have also struggled with the same identity crises as well because of mixed lineage, for all three of us share the same hue and facial features. While each of us have dealt with the discomfort and angst of looking as we do, we find comfort with each other and the similarities that we hold as sisters and family. Unfortunately, for some these challenges can lead to low self-esteem, insecurity complexes, and longing just to “fit in”. This book provided me a viewpoint to ask and work through some long-held questions to discover my “true” self. One that looks back at the fictional wisdom of my ancestors, who each had a significant part in my genetic makeup. After these conversations, I realized that I am uniquely and wonderfully made! It doesn’t matter that people are confused about “what I am”, or “who my people are, or where they came from." What matters is that I accept me as the true gift I am, one created out of love and made to give love back into the world…one person at a time. I found the true gift on my journey--- that was ME!

Sunday, February 11, 2024

Week of Love Feature Author Spotlight (2/11)- Author Obsession

 Week of Love Feature Author Spotlight

Author Obsession

Tell us about yourself.
    I’m an award-winning poet, published author, photographer & artist from the west side of Chicago. I’m also an early childhood educator. Parent educator & will earn a master's degree in clinical psychology this fall. 

Tell us about your featured book. 
    “Loving You Still” It's the summer of 1993 in the heart of Chicago. Two young souls are drawn together by something indescribable. 

Vadeem, the hottest coach in the NBA, and Kess, a gifted sports psychologist, were just ten years old when their paths first crossed. Little did they know their love would be short-lived, not by choice, but by a grudge between their mothers.

For years, Vadeem and Kess were forbidden from seeing each other, forced to conceal their feelings and move on.

Then, by a twist of fate, Vadeem and Kess crossed paths again. The connection that had been buried for so long resurfaced like it never left. Unfortunately, the same family secret threatens to once again tear them apart. Will Vadeem and Kess find the strength to defy destiny and hold onto the love that has haunted them for a lifetime?

What made you want to become a romance author?
    I write about the things I love & the things I long for, hence the reason why I’m an erotica & romance author; I love one & always wanted to have the other. 

How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
    I’ve written 20 books & have published 18. My favorite book is “Loving You Still”. This book has characters that are relatable and familiar. Vadeem bitterness and anger from having his heart broken, Arien & Gibraun’s commitment phobia, Kess using her guilt as an excuse to allow Vadeem to be emotionally dysregulated with her, Nance & Devra’s beef trickling down to their children with no regard. We all have either been these people, or know folks like them in real life. Secondly, love prevailed. I’ve never had a happy ending in love, so it was nice creating a story with one. 

How important is your title to your book?
    It’s extremely important. The title fits the second romance trope and lets the reader know this is a story about a love that was lost but never died. 

What comes first for you — the plot or the characters — and why?
    The plot. Compelling plots can hook a reader from cover to cover; that’s important to me. I look for the same thing as a reader. I want books that keep me engaged until the end. 

If you could choose anyone to be the main character of your book, who would it be and why?
    Trevante Rhodes to play Vadeem would be a dream! 

What’s your favorite and least favorite part of publishing? 
    My favorite part of publishing is release day, it’s such a rush! My least favorite part of publishing is promoting. 

On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing? 
    A few hours. I’m a full-time teacher & student, so it’s hard to put in more than 3 hours. 

On a scale of 1 to 5, with one being let’s just talk on the phone romance to 5 being I will be calling in late for work because I am going to be tired in the morning, where does your book stand?
    As the author, of course I’m going to say 5. I just pray that everyone who reads "Loving You Still" will feel the same. 

What would you like to say to the readers?
    If you’re a hopeless romantic who believes that true love never dies, then “Loving You Still” is the book for you. Get ready to cuss, gasp, roll your eyes, and fall in love all over again as you immerse yourself in this Chicago tale of love lost and found. 

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Book-  Loving You Still: Second Chance Romance (Lets Do It Again Book 1) 

It's the summer of 1993 in the heart of Chicago. Two young souls are drawn together by something indescribable.

Vadeem, the hottest coach in the NBA, and Kess, a gifted sports psychologist, were just ten years old when their paths first crossed. Little did they know their love would be short-lived, not by choice, but by a grudge between their mothers.
For years, Vadeem and Kess were forbidden from seeing each other, forced to conceal their feelings and move on.
Then, by a twist of fate, Vadeem and Kess crossed paths again. The connection that had been buried for so long resurfaced like it never left. Unfortunately, the same family secret threatens to once again tear them apart. Will Vadeem and Kess find the strength to defy destiny and hold onto the love that has haunted them for a lifetime?

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Author Profile: Kisha Green

Kisha Green 


Tell us about yourself.
    Kisha Green is a Jane of all trades whose mantra is "turning literary dreams into published realities." She has a strong passion for assisting authors in writing and achieving their goals as she serves as a Certified Life Coach, Literary Consultant, and Author Distribution Coordinator. Kisha began her career in 2006 with the debut release of the fiction novel And Even If I Did. To date, she is the Author of several books and short stories. She also hosts the award-winning literary radio show Writer's Life Chats and is the creator of Digital Foreplay, a dating and relationship podcast. In addition, Kisha is a book reviewer who has published reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, Shelfari, Urban Book Source, and other notable sites. She is also an award-winning blogger for her literary site, Literary Jewels. 
    In 2018, Kisha was nominated 2018 for a Woman's Worth Boundary Breaker Award for her commitment to helping others pursue their literary dreams and her neighborhood through volunteer work. 2017, she was recognized as Literary Promoter and PR Person of the Year. In 2016, she was nominated for Literary Activist by the AAMBC Literary Awards, 2015, as Self Published Author of the Year by the AALAS. She was the proud recipient of the 2014, 2015,2016, and 2017 Literary Excellence Awards presented by Black Pearls Magazine. 
    A firm believer in "each one, teach one," a passion she discovered while attending college, Ms. Green launched Literary Jewels, an online resource for writers interested in self-publishing. She is a contributing writer for The HeatSeekers and The Black Co-Op, and her role as a Virtual Assistant occupies her time. She has also participated in numerous panel discussions, webinars, and workshops on how books are a business. Furthering her entrepreneurial vision, Kisha also launched her spice line, KGBlends, which offers all-natural spices for the health-conscious. An idea that came to mind while home during COVID-19.
    So, failure has never been an option for Ms. Green, and she will continue to smile and shine.

How long have you been writing?
    I have been writing professionally since I was 11 but for seventeen years. I did not set out to become an author; it happened when I cleaned out some old boxes and stumbled across many of my journals from my teen years. They read like soap operas and were overly dramatic, and I thought, why not? I started writing a story about a woman who found out her husband was cheating, and she decided to poison him with a muscle relaxer they give to horses. See, what I mean is DRAMATIC. If the storyline were not crazy enough, I would title it N***A, PLEASE. Thank heavens, I did not go that route and settled for a story about friends who become enemies and a more appropriate title that would not scare off the potential reader.

Tell us about your featured book. 
    With Cruel Intent is a story of a trio of friends from different backgrounds who accurately understand what best friends forever ultimately means. Meet a self-proclaimed diva battling her abandonment issues while longing for the love she thinks she needs to make her complete. Next, add a female looking for love in all the wrong places, given the reality check of a lifetime, is forced to make the right choice. Lastly, a former stripper flees an abusive and unfaithful ex for a better life, which proves harder than expected, with the past still haunting her. Will the truth finally set any of these women free? Their experiences teach them about self-love, resilience, and empowerment while, in their way, justifying that all intentions aren't cruel. 

What was the inspiration for the story?
    My stories are based on something my friends and or family have shared with me. They are my best muse. I remix their nonfiction with my fiction twist, which makes for a good read.

How do you handle writer's block?
    I walk away from my laptop. I do not want to force anything. I wait to feel inspired.

Are you on social media, and can your readers interact with you?
    Yes, I am on all platforms and love interacting with readers- people in general. I have a podcast that debuted on Facebook, Digital Foreplay, and my posts on my page are often eyebrow-rising and comical.

How many plot ideas are just waiting to be written? Can you tell us about one?
    I have 4, but one I am incredibly passionate about is my dating and relationship book, Digital Foreplay, because there is so much that can be discussed as I have so much content, but every time I think I am complete, another scenario pops into my head, and I want to explore that. Some people do not know how to date or think you can get to know someone by texting them. Good morning, how was your day? and WYD?

What are you reading now?
    I am doing an internship for a literary agency and reading a submission from a client. It is a suspense thriller that is a page-turner, for sure.

Do you have a library membership? 
    Yes!!! I love reading. I have a few.

What would you like to say to your readers? 
    Before deciding to pen my first novel, I was an avid reader. I fell in love with reading back with Judy Blume and Beverly Cleary books, and my mom was an avid reader, too. When other teens read Nancy Drew and Sweet Valley High, I indulged in Stephen King, V.C. Andrews, and Mary Higgins Clark. Mystery and suspense were always my favorite, but when I picked up my first novel by Jackie Collins, I was blown away by the sexy stories about the rich and famous. She had a beautiful way of telling a story and became my favorite Author. She embodied what literary success was and was admired and respected by all. 
So, I wanted to be more than just a writer, but a storyteller and a writer that readers could identify with and see that there is no ego here; I am silly and am always smiling
. Who is Kisha Green? a consultant, blogger, podcast host, and social media and pop culture enthusiast. I reside in New Jersey and am a self-proclaimed foodie who likes to indulge in good wine or cheap cognac, fresh sushi, lemon pepper, and garlic parmesan wings (fried hard) when not reading, writing, or discussing celebrity gossip and relationships.

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Author Catalog:

The Best Part is a collection of short stories that will delight, entice and illuminate with every page turned. Take a journey to places of mental seduction, love, betrayal, and deceit with the perfect sprinkle of sexy to entice your mental tastebuds. At the same time, The Best Part removes the stigma that you must be weird, strange, or a freak for wanting to explore your sexual curiosity.

Follow Author Kisha Green's novel Lockdown Lust will be FREE from October 12 to October 14 
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Lockdown Lust tells the story of Officer Grant Johnson, a rookie correctional officer at one of the most notorious women's prisons. Each day, the inmates tease, taunt, and sometimes entertain him. Trained to be aware of his surroundings, he never thought the one who rarely spoke would engage him in an unspoken conversation that only their bodies could understand. In this sexy tale of temptation, does a correctional officer cross the line, give in to the burning desire, or remain a professional?

Monday, October 9, 2023

Author Profile: Kelsi

Kelsi McMeans

Tell us about yourself.

    I am a twenty-eight-year-old mom of two. My daughter will be two in November of this year and my son is five months. I received my Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management from Alabama State University in 2017. I am currently working on a graduate degree in Healthcare Administration from Auburn University of Montgomery.

    My favorite color is purple. My birthday is August 14,1995, so that makes me an August LEO, lol. I’m a big-time lover of R&B, Southern Soul Blues, and some Rap. My top three R&B artists are Jazmine Sullivan, Tink, & J. Howell. Even though there are so many more that I enjoy. I love to binge-watch tv shows more than I enjoy watching movies. My favorite show is “Insecure” by Issa Rae.

    I have been writing since 2019 but I have been an avid reader since the age of twelve. Some of my all-time favorite authors are Wahida Clark and Ashley & Jaquavis Coleman just to name a few. My all-time favorite novel is “Moth to a Flame”, by Ashley Antionette.

Tell us about your featured book. 

    The featured book that I will be discussing is titled “Lick Back: A Hood Love Story”. It is a story about betrayal. Sometimes the people closest to you don’t want to see you excel in life, instead they want to see you stagnant. That was the case with Zeilan and Draco. They were two best friends who were so close that they were like brothers. So close that Zeilan’s grandmother took Draco in because of his parents being unfit. All of the unconditional love that they showed him wasn’t enough because he didn’t like to see Zeilan elevate in life. Instead, he wanted to see him dead so that’s what he set out to do, have him killed.

    Draco was a very selfish and conniving person. He didn’t appreciate any of the good people that God placed in his life. Instead, he misused them and took them for granted. He learns quickly how Karma can hit the reverse button and the shoe can quickly be on the other foot.

What is the significance of the title? 

    The title signifies that you can’t think you can do people dirty and not expect to reap the consequences behind your actions. Somebody is always going to get their lick back. Also, Zeilan finds love within the story in a not-so-traditional way. It was definitely a hood type of love. 

How do you do research for your books? 

    Most of the time my books just come from the dome or past experiences. At times inspiration can come from anywhere. For example, I can read a crazy post from Facebook or even watch a TikTok video and get ideas. Also, music inspires me a lot. 

Is writing your full-time career? Or would you like it to be? 

    At the moment I am writing full time but it's only temporary. In the real world, I would like to become a permanent full-time writer.

When did you first consider yourself a writer? 

    I considered myself a writer when I released my first book “Infatuated by a Gangsta” under Miss Candice Presents.

What books or authors have most influenced your own writing? 

    I can’t say I received my influence of writing from anyone specific. I just go on what I feel with any book, given the title. 

Favorite quote (doesn’t matter the source):

    “Nothing Comes To A Sleeper But A Dream” – Serena Williams

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Author Catalog:

A Hood Chick & A Crime Boss: An African American Romance 

Infatuated by The Love of a Gangsta: A Tale of Friendship, Love, and Deceit 

Infatuated by The Love of a Gangsta 2 

Captivated by A Hitta's Love : Khelani & Khalil

Daughters of A King: A Tale of Money, Love, & Drugs

Daughters of A King 2: A Tale of Money, Love, & Drugs

Daughters of A King 3: A Tale of Love, Drugs, & Money

Made Men Mafia: The Love Story

Finding Love in A Thug for The Holidays

Lowkey Creepin' With A Hood Billionaire: An Urban Romance

Lowkey Creepin' With A Hood Billionaire 2

Lowkey Creepin' With A Hood Billionaire 3: The Finale

Lick Back: A Hood Love Story

Lick Back 2: A Hood Love Story

Featured Novel: 

Heartbreak after heartbreak. Set back after set back. Dawn has been going through nothing but turmoil, trying to love a man that only loved himself. Draco has only shown her that he would only continue to do what she allows.

As women, sometimes we find that love makes us stay in situations that we should’ve walked away from a long time ago. Dawn is in dilemma to leave but each time the thought crosses her mind she finds herself at a standstill, trying to find the person she fell in love with and not the man that he has become.

When the cheating occurs one too many times and the secret that Draco tries to withhold from Dawn exposes his infidelity even more. The woman that he never expected to get away, finally finds the strength to move. Will he accept his fate? Or will her getting her Lick Back sends him to a mental state that he never anticipated being in?

Come along with the crew as they experience all of the lessons that life

Book Review Alert: You Can't Plan Love By Synthia Williams

Book Review Alert:   You Can't Plan Love By Synthia Williams Author: Synithia Williams Published: May 1, 2020 Publisher: n/a ASIN ‏ : ‎ ...