Ain't Quite What I Thought! 2

Ain't Quite What I Thought!

Book 2
Akirim Press
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Ain't Quite What I Thought! 2

Jeena Delilah Ray is finally MARRIED, but there's more to being the new Mrs. Black than what she bargained for! If nearly being butchered last year wasn't enough, Jeena bites off more than she can chew when she fails to warn her new husband, Stay Black, of the impending danger ahead when they return from their honeymoon. On top of that, she ends up pulled into something more life threatening during the time she finds out that her family life is about to change for good!

Will the new Mrs. Black be able to survive a second dose of broken chips falling into her life, or will those broken chips end up taking her life in Ain't Quite What I Thought 2!

 

Ain't Quite What I Thought! 2 explodes with urban fiction adventures in the midst of contemporary romance and deception so big that relationships crumble all in the name of karma!

 

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THE SECRET NOVEL COLLECTION

Secret, Colored Lily: Poppa Took My Innocence, and Paton are three complete novels in one emotionally packed family saga with dramatic events taking place in the deep south, lined in secrets, bursting from betrayals, and written in reverse order. Read about each book in this collection below and enjoy.

SECRET
In a small, southern town, there is a scorned secret that has ripped through homes. Accursed is the woman that it came from, people around town say, but to a sassy, country girl named Secret, that’s not all to it. She asks herself, what curse, and what does it have to do with me? That’s when Secret takes matters into her own hands and attempts to solve the terrifying mystery of her family that roots from her own mother!

Will she ever uncover the curse that lives behind her name, or will Secret discover that all the hatred aimed her direction is truly deserved?

COLORED LILY: Poppa Took My Innocence
What would a daughter want more from her father than his love? However, in a small town, a teenage girl called by the name of Jocie, finds out how the love she once adored from her poppa can become twisted and feel so much like hatred, causing hell-grown wounds.

Going on a search for the love that she yearns so deeply, Jocie winds up with worse than she bargained for, and without an escape, ends up in the midst of death, darkness, and a cold conception while gripping the darkest secret that only God in heaven can know and forgive!

PATON
After witnessing the ruthless murder of his best friend while his own life hung in the balance, the many demons Paton Jones spends a lifetime trying to suppress begin to emerge. Armed with an evil before its time, Paton's life becomes a thick fog of deadly secrets, hidden betrayal, and overt lies that carve a relentless path of revenge and destruction against anyone who crosses him.

Before Secret, there was innocence. Before Colored Lily, there was corruption. In the beginning, there was PATON!

If you love the drama in Alice Walker's The Color Purple, then you will become captivated with the thunderous secrets and taboo horrors of this dramatic African American fiction novel collection that brings you three books in one - SECRET, COLORED LILY:Poppa Took My Innocence and PATON.  Read The Secret Novel Collection now! 

 

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Publisher
Akirim Press
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Published on
Mar 30, 2015
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Pages
235
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / American / African American
Fiction / African American / Christian
Fiction / African American / Contemporary Women
Fiction / African American / General
Fiction / African American / Urban
Fiction / Romance / African American
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
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