I am shocked, excited, and feel very honored to learn that my most recent novel A SISTER’S POWER was nominated as Urban Book of the Year by the AAMBC. Readers may cast their vote by visiting http://theaambcawards.com/vote/. The deadline to vote is Friday, March 27, 2020. The list of nominees is awesome and you may vote just once. Thanks for your support.
More About A SISTER’S POWER
For the five Reeves women, nothing is more important than keeping their family bond tight and their communication flowing. But honesty isn’t so clear cut when it could blow up everything they’ve fought to build . . .
Already reeling from betrayal, middle sister Coco is fed up with lies—including her own. If she has her way, someone else’s neck needs to be on the line for a change. But soon, Coco’s in deep trouble with the law, her future hanging in the balance . . . Now the only thing that can save her is revealing one last devastating truth.
Struggling with unthinkable loss, Coco’s sister, Burgundy, finds comfort in a colleague’s arms. But her
eight-year-old daughter wants no part of him. She wants the life she enjoyed when her father was alive. As Burgundy fights to move on from the shocking tragedy of her marriage, she seeks a silver lining. And against all odds, she wants herself and all her sisters to win. In spite of secrets, lies, deception, and hurt, she will do whatever it takes to support and empower her family. Even if it means risking everything that’s important to her.
Now between revenge, grief, and forgiveness, these siblings will challenge themselves—and all they think they know about each other—in a showdown that may leave them united—or cause them to forever fall apart . . .