Drown the Lovers (Two Monogamous Book 3)
In Drown the Lovers, book 3 of the Two Monogamous series, the game of chess takes a turn when Dustin comes face to face with his mother, Annalise, whom he hadn't seen since he was 10 years old.
Dario struggles to keep his life together as he continues to search for Jarrah.
Theresa takes matters into her own hands and confronts Quincy on the part he played in Jarrah's disappearance.
Jerrell gets personal with Jarrah and exposes the Vargas twins for who they really are in hopes that she'll turn her back on them.
Dustin and Deandra try to figure out the part Annalise plays in his demise.
Madame Belle and Quincy work together to try and get the money from the hideaway before Jerrell gets to it.
Who will come out on top at the end of the rat race to save Jarrah?
The Art of Feeling
The Art of Feeling is a collection of poetry that expresses the emotions of a vulnerable heart. It embraces all of the goodness and ugliness of humanity, and the waves of emotions our hearts experience with each feeling that we feel.
Dive into the depths of your emotions through the author's words and accept everything that dwells inside you.
An Ode to Love: P.S. I Will Always Love You
An Ode to Love: P.S. I'll Always Love You is a collection of love poems that are dedicated to everlasting love. From the voice of a fickle heart to the ears of a fearful soul, I will always love you. But I won't always be the part of me that loved you so desperately.
Connect with the author as she tells a romantic tale through love poems from her heart to love's ears.
Rejecting My Family's Inheritance
Rejecting My Family's Inheritance is a collection of poetry that addresses generational curses, struggles in black families and in the black community, black feminism, and the struggles of being a black woman in a patriarchal society.
It also celebrates blackness, black empowerment, generational wealth, and tapping into the divine femininity.
Connect with the author as she takes you on her journey as she navigates through American society as a black woman.