Misty: Double Dippin’ 5 by:Allison Hobbs
In this final book in the popular Double Dippin’ series, Misty comes out of a coma to discover she has the gift of prophecy—or so she says. Does she truly want to help others, or has the self-indulgent diva found herself a new hustle?
Misty awakens from a coma and announces that she now can communicate with the spirit world. Soon after, she undergoes cutting-edge surgery that restores her beauty and mobility. With legions of cult-like followers who are willing to pay top dollar to attend Misty’s seminars and retreats, she is living the opulent lifestyle she’s always coveted.
And with her faithful lover, Brick, by her side, Misty has it all. That is until Brick’s former side chick, Anya, comes on the scene with the intention of proving to Brick they belong together. Misty has already reclaimed Brick once—from her mother, no less—but can she keep him away from the woman who claims she is his one true love?
From bestselling author Allison Hobbs, this final, decadent novel in the Double Dippin’ saga has all the spicy, steamy drama to keep you fully satisfied.
What’s Done In the Dark by: ReShonda Tate Billingsley
#1 national bestselling author ReShonda Tate Billingsley gets to the heart of loss, love, and betrayal in her latest novel that is sure to delight her legions of fans.
Felise is not the kind of woman to cheat on her husband—especially with her best friend’s man. But after one perfect storm of a night, it happened…and she can hardly believe it herself. To top it off, when she woke up in the morning, she found that the man to whom she guiltily made passionate love died of a heart attack overnight. Felise, who is a nurse and a good citizen at that, leaves the hotel room without reporting his death.
When her best friend, Paula, finds out about her husband’s sudden death a day later, Felise is overcome with guilt and grief. She must be there for her friend and her family, but when her husband repeatedly tries to apologize for his absentminded behavior and Paula starts investigating who Stephen was with the night he died, Felise finds it hard to hold herself together. Should she come clean and tell everyone what she did? Or should she just let it go and move past the mistake on her own?