Diamond Playgirls

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Karen E. Quinones Miller
Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2007 - Fiction - 298 pages
15 Reviews
Love stories. Four beautiful, professional women, living on separate floors of a Harlem brownstone are about to discover they have a lot more in common than just their address... Dior's name is no accident--she's got a taste for the finer things in life, and New York City is just the place to find them. So far she's got the job and the apartment. Now she needs the man--and she hopes she's found him on the Internet. Dior is prepared to find out on Valentine's Day... Party promoter Tamara has been recruited from Atlanta to open a hot new club. All the women in her family are known for their great looks, great cooking--and the fact that they can't stay married. Tamara is hoping to break that tradition. But is dating three different men the best strategy? With beauty, brains, and a hefty bank account, Chloe is a BAP on a mission: she wants to run a top magazine. But just as she's up for a big promotion her boyfriend gives her an ultimatum. Will Chloe choose to follow her ambition--or her heart? Casting director Mona-Lisa works hard--and plays even harder. She's avoided relationships her whole life. When a tragedy opens her eyes to the possibility of true love, she's compelled to share a special day with a man from her past. But she's overlooked some crucial details... One by one, each woman crosses paths at a local club on Valentine's Day--and the secrets about to be revealed will forever change their lives.

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Daaimah S. Poole wrote her first novel, "Yo Yo Love, " when Daaimah S. Poole wrote her first novel, "Yo Yo Love, " when she was nineteen, and it became an "Essence" bestseller. Sheshe was nineteen, and it became an "Essence" bestseller. She is the author of two other novels, "What's Real" and "Got a is the author of two other novels, "What's Real" and "Got a Man." Visit her website at www.dspbooks.com. Man." Visit her website at www.dspbooks.com.

Miasha is the author of four previous novels, including "Secret Society" and the "Essence" bestseller "Mommy's Angel". She lives in Philadelphia with her family. For more information, visit her website at www.miasha.com.

Karen E. Quinones Miller is a former reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in Philadelphia with her daughter, Camille.

Deja King is the author of the Bitch Series. A prolific writer, King also writes under the pseudonym Joy King.

Born in Southeast Washington, D.C and raised in Houston, Texas, T. Styles now resides in Baltimore County, Maryland with her son. She has worked as a massage therapist and is an active participant in dialogues surrounding Health and Wellness.

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