Crossroads

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Urban Books, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 432 pages
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Skyy takes readers on another wild ride with former college friends Denise, Lena, and Cooley. These women still have the heart and the drama, but now they're all grown up.

Denise, the sexy star basketball player, has recovered from the injuries she suffered during the incident with crazy stalker girl Rhonda. She is off to New York to follow her basketball dreams, with her true love Lena not far behind, only to hit a bump in the road.
Lena is off to New York to get hers. You have to admire that in a woman—maybe. Life with a female basketball star can bring its own set of complications, especially if you haven't been able to make up your mind.
Cooley is finally far away from Memphis and all its heartache. There is nothing to remind her of her past—except for the huge scar across her face. Have all of her past transgressions finally robbed her of her swagger? Can she handle the women, or even the job for that matter, without being the Cooley we all once knew and loved?
Denise, Lena, and Cooley have come to the Crossroads. Where will they lead?

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I loved it! -Nicco (stud)
So OK my gf for me hooked on these books. I must say, I kissed the hell out of her for nagging me to read them. Lol. I just finished this one about 15 minutes ago. Choices
, Consequences and Crossroads are hands down the best books I've ever read. Patiently awaiting the final book. 

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It was a good read but I definitely wasnt expecting the end to end that way. Kept me on my toes

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About the author (2012)

Skyy is a screenwriter and playwright from Memphis, TN. Her first novel, Choices, was released in 2007 and quickly gained popularity within the gay and lesbian community and the urban fiction community. The highly anticipated sequel, Consequences, was released in 2009 and rocketed to the top 10 lesbian bestsellers list on Amazon.com and at independent bookstores across the country. Skyy and her books were featured on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Michael Baisden Show.

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