A Rich Man's Baby

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Sep 1, 2010 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Sparks fly in this sultry tale of two women who decide the fastest way to the good life is to have a rich man's baby. . .

Tanisha Butler doesn't want to spend the rest of her thirties as a lonely single mother, just like Adrienne Sheppard is sick of wasting her twenties without a man in sight. No, these sistahs want money and security and they want it now. So they come up with the perfect plan: have a rich man's baby and walk away with a fat chunk of his cash for child support. They won't have to work or play wifey, and they'll get to enjoy life while they're still young.

Before long, Adrienne scores big by making an NFL star a proud papa. Tanisha snags a pro basketball player in Europe. Their plan is working--until Adrienne's man finds out about all the other rich athletes in her past. And Tanisha's man comes back to the U.S. only to discover that his ex, Dionne, wants him back. Now Dionne is dead-set on getting rid of Tanisha, while Tanisha is determined to hang on to her baby's rich daddy. All three are about to find out that getting exactly what you want can be a very dangerous game. . .

"Colorful. . .if you love scandal, this is the book for you!" --Anna J

"Everything that glitters damn sure ain't gold in Daaimah's new delivery of drama!" --Miasha

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A Rich Mans Baby
The book started off slow, got good in the middle & made me mad at the end. I wanted to hear about Tanisha & Kevin reunion.

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this book was really good..it captivated the minds of both an NBA basketball player and the minds of groupies when it comes to trying to become adapted to riches and fam. it also show by doing that love can find its way through a manipulative situation.

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About the author (2010)

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

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