And God Created Woman

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Ghettoheat, 2007 - Fiction - 224 pages
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AND GOD CREATED WOMAN, a sophisticated, provocative story that chronicles the evolutionary journey of four flawed African-American women, as they overcome their individual struggles, and survive to become beautiful and stronger. It's a ground-breaking tale of perseverance, filled with many moral messages. Taking readers on an emotional journey with enticing plots, twists and turns, Tristan, Mecca, Shawn and Melanie are forced to realize the true essence and beauty of a woman.

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And God Created Woman

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Mekka is a stripper/prostitute, Tristan is an Ivy League businesswoman, Melanie is trying to figure out if she's a lesbian, and Shawn is an alcoholic. Four women embark on four different journeys, all ... Read full review

A book that woman should read!

User Review  - Yoshi - Borders

Pros: The book keeps you wanting more from the very beginning. It tells all the highs and lows that woman reallly go through! Cons: It stops right in the middle, i understand it's a part 2, but it ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
10
Section 2
21
Section 3
32
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About the author (2007)

MIKA MILLER is a native of Philadelphia, who's a loving mother, a conscientious novelist and an extraordinary woman. A savvy entrepreneur who wore many hats in the stringent world of corporate America, specializing in the areas of retail, corporate, and municipal finance, she's now pursuing her career as a full-time writer at GHETTOHEAT®.
In between juggling motherhood and enjoying family life, while being a lover of the Arts and crafting her own creative works, MIKA MILLER also devotes her time empowering women worldwide through an organization called Phenomenal Woman; assisting in healing and rebuilding the lives of women, spiritually, emotionally and financially.
AND GOD CREATED WOMAN is MIKA MILLER's debut novel, in which she's currently penning the sequel.

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