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Full-figured diva Desa Rae Jenkins and her lover boy, Roc Dawson, have finally agreed to make their way down the aisle for better or worse, richer or poorer, and no mess whatsoever shall keep them apart. Several weeks before the long-awaited wedding, however, Desa Rae is confronted by a woman from the past who makes her aware of Roc’s naughty nights in a place known as Hell House.

The betrayal sends them back to what Desa Rae considers square one, but then the unthinkable happens. Roc discovers that she’s been keeping some secrets too. During a prior visit to her son’s college, Desa Rae and her ex-husband, Reggie, dared to go where they never thought they’d venture again. As a result, Roc is ready to put his foot where the sun doesn’t shine. He doesn’t believe that Desa Rae would do him like that. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. Each one continues to make a case for why the other is guilty as charged. Black love is, once again, on the chopping block. Can love survive, or will Desa Rae and Roc come to a difficult decision to put their ongoing madness to rest and settle for being long-distance friends?

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About the Author

Brenda Hampton is a native St. Louisian, with a gift and passion for writing. She maintained journals for several years, but it wasn’t until she read Terry McMillan’s Disappearing Acts, that prompted Hampton to explore writing in ways she never thought was possible.