Bullet Proof Soul

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Urban Books, 2005 - Fiction - 299 pages
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For entertainment reporter, Lacy Foxx, the humor and horror of being a young, black female who is single and searching (but in denial about it) is all too real. She's been struck on stupid a while-repeating the same mistakes over and over again. But she's had it with being a target. She's tired of feeling like everyone's gunning for her; out to get her. That includes Wynnton Trust (Mr. T.), a charismatic, less-than forthright entrepreneur who volunteers with her at the local Youth Center. It also includes her ex-financee. Sebastian Gamble (unaffectionately known as Sebastard), a firelighter who left her for a stripper. Unfortunately, Lacy's love life isn't her only challenge. She also struggles with the death of close family members, best friend woes, family interference disguised as a caring concern, and an employment search and job responsibilities that take her around the world. But, when Lacy's never-before-married grandmother beats her down the aisle to wedded matrimony, Lacy finds herself at a true turning point--"questioning everything. She known there are several roads to happiness, but they all come with a price, and ultimately she has to decide how steep a price she's willing to pay. Will she turn back to a life and love that left her unsatisfied? Will she take a chance and turn to a life and love that could lead to headache, heartache and regret? Or will she turn to those who truly care for her...learn to embrace her indestructible spirit...her bulletproof soul...and as a result truly turn around he life?

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User Review  - KC Girlfriends Book Club - Goodreads

I thought this book was pretty good to be the first novel by Michelle Buckley. I think that she will be around for quite sometime and we will see her writing grow stronger. I look forward to the next ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Michelle Buckley is a freelance publicist/writer who lives in Kansas City, Missouri. She has written for Black Enterprise Magazine, The Kansas City Business Journal, and other business publications. Her writing was also included in the 2000 bestseller, Souls of My Sisters (Kensington Books).

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