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“Infinite Love” by A.C. Taylor

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Infinite Love

by A.C. Taylor

Genre: Women’s Fiction/African-American/Romance

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The love is real—and it’s not going anywhere…

Days away from her wedding, Amelle is happier than she’s ever been—until everyone around her starts wreaking havoc on what should be the best days of her life. From her wedding planner screwing up a simple task and her mother requesting the unthinkable, Amelle is struggling to keep it together. The only person she can count on to give her peace is the man she loves, Noah. He’s charming, sexy and a man of his word. But Amelle isn’t the only one that has love for him. The closer they get to their wedding day, the more the truth starts to unfold.

See what happens when emotions run high, causing a rift between family, friends, and lovers. Not everyone will be willing to take the high road. But someone will have to back down and clear the way for what’s truly meant to be.

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“Vigilant Love (McAllister Security Book 3)” by Té Russ

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Vigilant Love (McAllister Security Book 3)

by Té Russ

Genre: Romantic Suspense/African-American

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Newly appointed District Attorney Trish Barnes is determined to win the biggest case of her career and nothing is going to stop her…not even her life being in danger. When Boomer Thompson steps up to protect her, Trish quickly realizes that the man who once had her heart, just might still have it.

Boomer never thought Trish would ever be back in his life, but here she is and she needs him now more than ever. He’ll do everything in his power to keep her safe, but he realizes that he’s also in danger…of falling in love with her all over again.

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“A Sidelined Christmas” by Toni Shiloh

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A Sidelined Christmas

by Toni Shiloh

Genre: African-American/Contemporary/Christian

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*Previously seen in the Making Spirits Bright boxset.

Sidelined with a career-ending injury, wide receiver Jahleel Walker is forced to return to his hometown of Peachwood Bay, Georgia to heal. Nothing shocks him more than running into his high-school sweetheart, Lucille “Bebe” Gordon.

Bebe Gordon returned to Peachwood Bay three years ago with a divorce certificate and her daughter, Hope. When Jahleel returns, all the memories of the past come rushing back. She can’t decide if he’s changed or if her heart is holding onto past hurts.

Will Jahleel and Bebe take a chance on love or let life sidelined them at Christmas?

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“Idris (Love, a Mixed Race Urban Romance Book 2)” by Karen Botha

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Idris (Love, a Mixed Race Urban Romance Book 2)

by Karen Botha

Genre: Mystery & Suspense/African-American/Urban

PreOrder – 3.99 at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited! Releases October 22, 2018

The past haunts those who can’t let it go, but what it if those ghosts threaten a future?

Daisy, now a business woman working only with legal ventures, has changed her life for the man she loves. Idris changed his life for her, as well. But when faced with an opportunity to take on a case with a personal connection, does he keep his word to Daisy or right the hurt from his past?

As a detective who’s moved out of the undercover world, Idris isn’t adverse to danger. In fact, he finds himself seeking it. He just isn’t prepared for what that means for Daisy, and neither is she.

Can future hold enough promise that Daisy and Idris are willing to let go of the past?

Read the continuing story of this dynamic couple as they fight hard to determine whether they should face the future together in danger or separate and safe.
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“Reckless Love and Dangerous Love: McAllister Security Books 1 & 2” by Té Russ

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Reckless Love: A McAllister Crossover (McAllister Family/McAllister Security)

by Té Russ

Genre: Mystery & Suspense/African-American/Romance

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When Victoria Grey and Dexter McAllister meet, the sparks are there from the beginning. There’s no denying their attraction. But Dex has a secret. He wants to tell Vicki, but the last thing he wants to do is put her in danger. However, Vicki is no damsel in distress.

Can their relationship stand the truths that are revealed and even if it can, will they survive to enjoy it?

 

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Dangerous Love (McAllister Security Book 2)

by Té Russ

Genre: Women’s Fiction/African-American/Romance

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Zeke Bostick wanted Laila Stanton from the first time he saw her. Well…maybe not the first time…But it takes very little time for him to realize that she’s completely irresistible.

Laila wasn’t ready for a relationship when Zeke first attempted to approach her. But time has passed and when they meet again, her attraction towards him is stronger than ever.

Their passion for one another is scorching and neither can deny the other feelings that are blossoming.

But when one of them is framed for a crime they didn’t commit, will they be able to overcome the obstacles and danger in their way?

 

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“Black Girls Must Die Exhausted: A Novel for Grown Ups” by Jayne Allen

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Black Girls Must Die Exhausted: A Novel for Grown Ups

by Jayne Allen

Genre: Women’s Fiction/African-American/Dark Humor

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“Black girls must die exhausted” is something that 33-year-old Tabitha Walker has heard her grandmother say before. Of course, her grandmother (who happens to be white) was referring to the 1950’s and what she observed in the nascent times of civil rights. With a coveted position as a local news reporter, a “paper-perfect” boyfriend, and a standing Saturday morning appointment with a reliable hairstylist, Tabitha never imagined how this phrase could apply to her as a black girl in contemporary times – that is, until everything changed.

An unexpected doctor’s diagnosis awakens Tabitha to an unperceived culprit, threatening the one thing that has always mattered most – having a family of her own. Stress has caused a premature burnout of Tabitha’s egg reserve, and time is running out on her options to become a wife and mother. With the help of her best friends, the irreverent and headstrong Laila and Alexis, the former “Sexy Lexi,” Tabitha must explore the reaches of modern medicine and test the limits of her relationships. Will she risk every comfort to address the complications of her dysfunctionally-blended family and the uncertainty of a future with Marc?

Tabitha’s journey brings into view the internal experience of race, relationships, and generational patterns, and how each contributed to this crossroads. She must leverage the power of laughter, love, and courageous self-care to bring a healing stronger than she ever imagined – before the phrase “black girls must die exhausted” takes on a new and unwanted meaning in her own life.

A well-written character-centered dramatic novel perfect for fans of Terri McMillan, Trisha R. Thomas, Omar Tyree, E. Lynn Harris, Kimberla Lawson Roby.

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#BookTour “Four: Stories of Marriage” by Nia Forrester

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Series: Commitment

Standalone: Yes

Publication Date: October 21, 2018

Publisher: Stiletto Press

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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Grace

Most couples wouldn’t have weathered one mistake of the kind Shawn made when he and Riley first got married, let alone emerge with a commitment that’s stronger, a beautiful family and a love that’s even deeper. Is there any way their relationship can survive mistake number two?

Balance

Whatever Brendan wants, Brendan gets. It’s an arrangement Tracy doesn’t mind, because he provides everything she needs: love, financial security and the comfort of never having to work outside the home. But now, the most important thing she wants, he doesn’t have the time—or maybe even the will—to give. With a relationship built on giving all of herself, is it fair to now ask for a piece back?

Growth

Robyn’s career is in a growth-spurt just as Chris’ seems to be at its natural end. No longer empire-building, he’s struggling with his new reality, and the need for a sense of purpose separate from his work. His wife seems way too busy to notice. That is, until someone else does. 

Renewal

Once a mistress, now just a suburban wife and working mother, Keisha doesn’t recognize herself most days. The problem is, Jayson doesn’t either. If he’s reading her right, she wants out. And unless she’s mistaken, he might not mind too much if she decided to go.

The ‘Commitment’ series finale.

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Growth (Chris & Robyn)

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“Frank is so out of there, I think he’s barely even tolerating this farewell party,” Robyn said, lowering her voice and leaning in closer to Chris.

Across the room, Scaife Enterprises’ longtime general counsel was being roasted by Jamal Turner to mark the occasion of his retirement. His face bore a strained smile as he listened and tried to be a good sport about all of the playful mocking. Frank had come to SE from a plush law practice and entered the world of entertainment law probably thinking it would be equally cushy—parties with celebrities, short workdays and comped tickets to sold-out concerts. Instead, Robyn knew, he had been constantly challenged and sometimes even shocked by the breadth of legal matters that arose during his stint at the company.

On an average day at SE, there were paternity suits, tax evasion, restraining orders, and the occasional gun charge to contend with along with the usual, pedestrian contract negotiations. Frank, a Connecticut blue-blood had never had the appetite for some of that work. His strategy as general counsel had been to farm out the messier matters, finding outside counsel to handle anything that smelled like an actual crime.

We’re not the Manhattan public defenders, for chrissakes, he complained.

Despite being offended at the implication about their artists, Robyn had seen his point. A record company ideally should not be in the business of handling civil and criminal matters, just recording contracts. But as his deputy, she had advocated a different approach—keep everything in-house; hire attorneys with specializations in a variety of areas of the law, so that whether an SE artist had unpaid parking tickets, or god forbid assaulted someone at a nightclub, it would all be kept in the family, so to speak.

It builds artist loyalty, Robyn had argued. We look after them in their time of need and when contract renegotiation comes around, they’ll remember it.

Frank had been reticent, but allowed her the latitude to do some of the lower-end work, with the understanding that they would not, as he put it “get sucked in.”

“You’re thinking about taking his place, aren’t you?”

Robyn almost jumped at the sound of Chris’ baritone close to her ear. Not just because it was unexpected that he would say something, but because it was accurate.

“I think I could do a good job,” she said, coyly. She twirled her champagne glass by the stem between her thumb and forefinger.

“And you will. As acting general counsel,” Chris said. “And then you’ll turn over the helm to whoever Jamal finds after the executive search.”

“I think it’s a disgusting waste of money. They’re going to spend twenty-five thousand dollars just to find someone who might be sitting right under their noses.”

“You mean Rebecca?”

Robyn turned and looked at him, sighing. “Christopher …”

“I’m just sayin’ …”

“If Rebecca was that good, Rebecca would have been appointed acting general counsel. And she’s not. I am.”

“I know you are.” Chris brushed his lips across the shell of her ear. “And that was the right decision.”

“Are you humoring me right now?” Robyn asked, turning to look at him full on. “Because it sounds like you’re humoring me.”

Chris held up his hands in surrender. “How ‘bout I just …” He took her champagne flute. “I’m getting a drink, and I’ll bring you back a refill.”

Robyn watched him walk away, and felt her annoyance dissipate as she took in his unhurried, masculine gait that was like a slow-motion sequence in a men’s cologne commercial.

“Congratulations!”

Robyn startled for the second time in as many minutes.

This time the voice at her ear was Tracy’s. Looking stunning as usual, she was wearing a dress that no mother of a small child should have been able to pull off, but of course, Tracy did. It was a beaded mini-dress with shimmery tassels at the hem, reminiscent of a flapper’s dress, though much more understated. And as usual, Tracy had accessorized perfectly, choosing to wear only diamond studs in her ears, and no other embellishment.  Her long auburn hair was loose and tucked behind her ears.

“What’re you congratulating me for?” Robyn asked as they exchanged kisses.

“You smell delicious,” Tracy said. “You have to tell me what that scent is. Oh, for your promotion. I mean, I know nothing official’s been announced but with Frank leaving …”

“Well. Not to hear my husband tell it. I can’t tell whether he thinks that I shouldn’t get it, or I just won’t get it.”

“Yes, well. Chris would want you barefoot and pregnant …”

“No, definitely not pregnant,” Robyn laughed. “But maybe barefoot.”

“Just because he’s unemployed …” Tracy joked. “I guess he needs you to be as well.”

“But seriously, I don’t think he’d want me to take it if Jamal made me the offer.”

“Well, you are going to get it, so he’ll have to adjust.”

“Yes. He will,” Robyn said with more confidence than she felt.

She had long accepted that there was a little streak of chauvinism in her man. In his mind, his work was a mission, but hers was little more than a hobby. And that worldview was only amplified by the fact that she didn’t need an income. Men needed to work, in his opinion, and women chose to work.

But it didn’t matter. As far as Robyn was concerned, becoming general counsel was the highest pinnacle anyone in her field could aspire to. And general counsel at one of the most significant players in the recording industry? No. This job was hers, no matter what Chris or anyone else had to say about it.

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About Nia Forrester

Nia Forrester lives and writes in Philadelphia, PA where, by day, she is an attorney working on public policy and by night, she crafts woman-centered fiction that examines the complexities of life, love and the human condition.

She welcomes feedback and email from her readers at authorniaforrester@gmail.com or tweets @NiaForrester.

 

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