All Up In My Business

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Mar 1, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Lutishia Lovely serves up a sizzling behind-the-scenes tale of rivalry and scandal in a family's booming soul food dynasty. . .

With brothers Malcolm and Toussaint Livingston at the helm, business at Taste of Soul is thriving and the family seems to have it all. But jealousy and competition threaten to tarnish their picture-perfect image.

Toussaint is a risk-taker, determined to expand the restaurant chain at a record pace, but levelheaded Malcolm insists on challenging Toussaint's goals. And at home, there's more heating up than grits and collard greens. Malcolm is growing weary of his marriage and his ever-expanding brood of children. His brother's Casanova lifestyle looks more and more appealing. But Toussaint's playboy days aren't as carefree as Malcolm thinks. Toussaint's met his match in interior designer Alexis St. Clair, a woman who refuses to become just another dish on this player's mating menu. But if Toussaint has his way, the happenings in both the boardroom and the bedroom are all about to change. . .

"Lovely once again expertly illuminates the wacky world of the devout and devoutly devilish." --Publishers Weekly on Reverend Feelgood

"Vibrant characters, artful storytelling, and an original voice make Lutishia Lovely worth every moment." --Donna Hill

"A great new taste in the literary world." --Carl Weber

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Lutishia Lovely is always consistent and can be expected to deliver a page turner. Malcolm and Touissant are at odds but blood is thicker than water and we know they truly live each other even if they dont always like eachother Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Lutishia Lovely is an actress, poet, spoken word artist, and former radio and television talk show host. This is her first novel. She lives in Manhattan Beach, California.

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