LaKisha Johnson is a girl after God’s own heart; doing what she believes to be her purpose..writing. In addition to being a self-published author, she’s also a wife of 15 years, mother of 2 and native of Memphis, TN. She comes from a huge family and has always been the go to girl whenever someone needed a poem written or read, an acknowledgement that would convey just what they were thinking or even an occasion written for that special day. She’s an all-around talented lady that makes everything she touch turn to gold. She has 2 degrees from Southwest TN Community College both in Information Technology and has worked in the corporate field for over 15 years. She is also a dedicated blogger, delivering a devotional blog 5 days per week entitled “Kisha’s Daily Devotionals.”
LaKisha wants readers of her books to step outside the box and read with imagination. She wants them reeled in from the front cover to the last word, enjoying every second in between, asking for more. She doesn’t proclaim to be the best writer or even author in the world..she just proclaims to be blessed because her motto is “God’s purpose is bigger than any problem!”
These Damn Divas are back and the drama is unfolding. Shelby is in the midst of some major mess with her husband, Chloe is pregnant and confused, Kerri seems to be mending fences with her husband, Lyn doesn’t know what she wants, Ray wants happiness with Anthony but his wife has other plans and Cam that damn Cam; God only knows what she has in store. Will their marriages survive or will they even care? Will they place their secrets in a box to never open again or are the secrets worth all the hell they produce? Is it a lesson learned, lights out and game over or are these secrets just worthy enough to be kept? Find out …
By the time I walked in the house, Justin was again on my heels. “Ray, what the fuck was that? How long have you been sleeping with your boss?” he screamed.
“The same amount of time you’ve been sleeping with yours!” I countered.
He was stunned and couldn’t say a word. His eyes looked like a deer caught in headlights.
“What, uh, what the hell are you talking about, Ray?” He stuttered.
“Man, stop acting brand new. Oh, you thought I didn’t I know?” I smiled. “You didn’t think I would find out that you were having an affair with your boss, being fucked in the ass when you had a wife at home? Yea, I know. I’ve known boo!” I said walking over to the cabinet to get a glass for wine.
“How long have you known, Ray?” he asked almost whispering.
“Well, let’s see,” I said, facing him. “You’ve barely touched me in two years. You undress me and your dick doesn’t even get hard. I can walk past you naked and you don’t blink an eye. You—,”
“I get it! I get it, please stop,” he yelled.
“Why should I? Were you telling Travis to stop when he was banging his nuts against your ass? Were you telling him to stop so that you could be honest with your wife? Were you telling him to stop when you thought about how this would affect our children?”
“Ray, please! I’m sorry,” he cried. “I didn’t mean for this to happen, but you have no right to get in my ass when you’ve been cheating too.”
“Yea, you got that right, you are most definitely sorry! How could you not mean for this to happen? You had to bend over to take it, so how could you not? Boy, please, save that shit for someone who cares. You got one week to tell the kids and find somewhere to stay because I’ve already started the divorce.” I grabbed my keys to walk out. “And by the way, I’m not getting in your ass because apparently I’m not your type.”