4.5 Latte Review of XY by Shanta Everington

[Purchase XY from Amazon] Fifteen-year-old Jesse lives in a society where babies are born neither male nor female – gender is assigned at birth. Will the secret she closely guards be found out? Boyfriend Zeus, mother Ana’s Natural Souls, and new friend Ork, leader of We Are One, pull Jesse in different directions, forcing her […]

4 Latte Review of Lisa Y. Sparrow’s HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW

Lisa Sparrow has never felt loved or wanted. Born into a family that she never quite fit into, her childhood was spent alternating between the foster care system and various mental health institutions. How could the very people charged to protect her make her feel so worthless? From the agony of multiple miscarriages to the […]

4 Latte Review for Stacy-Deanne’s CAPTIVATED

[Purchase CAPTIVATED from Amazon and Barnes and Noble!] When she first lays eyes on Mya Riley’s slashed up body, Baltimore Detective Lisa Swanson is certain that the Sandman, a ruthless serial killer from her past has reemerged. Lisa dives headfirst into the case with her partner Dee, and lovesick Winston Lewis, a detective who grows more […]

4.5 Latte Review of S.D. Everington’s BOY RED

[Purchase BOY RED from Musa Publishing and Amazon!] Boy Red is a story about identity, about where you come from and where you belong. The day after his sixteenth birthday, Red discovers that the man he calls ‘Dad’ is not his biological father. Will Red be able to track down the anonymous sperm donor who […]

Good Resource on a Serious Issue: Review of Yvette Allen-Tatum’s I Didn’t Know

“I Didn’t Know” is for more than just an audience of one. If you look to your left, look to your right, or directly in the mirror, you will see or know someone who has been sexually abused… even if you look in the mirror, and the person is YOU! More than the tragedy of […]

All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Review of Cecilia T. Capers’ To Whom Much Is Given

[Click cover to order To Whom Much Is Given today!] Success has a price and sometimes loved-ones become collateral damage. Avery Benjamin is a beautiful, 30-something, talented New York City corporate attorney of West Indian and African American heritage. A dynamic multicultural mosaic of women friends augments her life. Avery loves Antonio Dawson, a professional football […]

A Satisfying Read: Review of LaShanta Charles’ Lovely Lies

[Click cover to order Lovely Lies today!] Makynzee has spent all of her life being dependent on people who’ve always disappointed her, especially her abusive mother. Everyone lies to her – her sister, her uncle, even her beloved father. When her mom strips her of her one true love, gymnastics, she’s determined to find and maintain […]

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