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S. R. Graham is a creator and Published Author. She writes romance Novels and poetry for the Sapiosexuals, soft hearted, and romantics. Here you'll find everything you need to know about her, including her interests, creations, WIPs, and published works. Don't hesitate to contact her. She'd love to hear from you!
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Pretty Privilege is book 1 in S. R. Graham's new novella series. In Pretty Privilege, Zuri Natrice Hall, a beautiful 18-year-old Miss High School USA winner faces the realities of life when she goes off to college. Zuri first sees her college journey as a way to be free of her high standing family's control. Being a Hall comes with great perks, but it also can be lonely. Being paraded across beauty pageant stages, commercial sets, and in the streets of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina makes her feel like a caged bird. So, she longed for the freedom she would get being hours away from her family. However, college proves to come with its own difficulties for a gorgeous girl like her when she is coveted by an insistent, spoiled, rich boy named Dexter Malone Jr. How will Zuri handle Dexter's harassment as she embarks on her new journey at South Carolina State University?
Rejecting My Family's Inheritance is a collection of poetry that addresses generational curses, dysfunction, and struggles in black families and in the black community, black feminism, and the struggles of being a black woman in a Western patriarchal society.
It also celebrates blackness, black empowerment, generational wealth, and tapping into black womanhood.
Connect with the author as she takes you on her journey as she navigates through American society as a black woman.
After the Hurricane
In the Two Monogamous series, Quincy is known for his villainous qualities. However, in After the Hurricane, book 6 of The Two Monogamous series, you get to see him in a new light. After Jarrah puts a stop to the war between The Vargas Brothers and their enemies, Quincy has to deal with his failures after the disastrous hurricane he caused for Jarrah, Dario, and Dustin. Along the way, he meets two love interests. Aurora Torres is his beautiful, classy Blasian accountant who he sees as Jarrah’s replacement, and vows to take her from her husband and make her Mrs. Carter. Kiandra Blake is the seductive, sable-skinned Jamaican assistant who falsely accuses him of sexual harassment, but he forgives her and continues his sexual relationship with her after she apologizes and confesses her feelings to him. While juggling two beautiful women, Quincy attempts to fix his relationship with Monalisa and becomes the model son when he allows her to move in with him after she loses his childhood home. To prove to Jarrah and himself that he can be the man Mama Charmaine raised him to be, he makes the conscious decision to change himself until his therapist tells him he’s a narcissist. Quincy immediately rejects this diagnosis. However, an encounter with Kiandra makes him look at himself through a new lens, and he begins to question whether his therapist is right about him. Then, he vows to change himself for good. This time, not for Jarrah, but for himself and his future family. Will Quincy redeem himself? Or will his narcissistic tendencies keep him stuck in his own way?