Darius Jones

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Dafina Books, 2010 - Fiction - 257 pages
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Darius Jones is up for the league's most valuable player, his marriage to Fancy is thriving and, thanks to his newfound commitment to being honest, all of his relationships have improved. But this upswing comes to an abrupt end when a drunk driver slams into his car. Fancy ends up in a coma and her chances are slim. Darius's mother Jada steps in to take care of his son while Darius tends to his wife, but is challenged by the boy's mother, who fights for custody. And when an obsessed groupie crowbars her way into his life, Darius will have to fight for everything and everyone.
 

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Darius’ Wake-up Call

User Review  - Joanna Terrero - Borders

This is a fast-paced story written in a colloquial style. I found Mary B. Morrison’s writing engaging and entertaining, despite the use of multiple first person points of view, which took some ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Mary B. Morrison, New York Times best-selling author also writes as HoneyB. She has thirteen novels including her newest release, Darius Jones. Writing for both Kensington Publishing Corporation as Mary B. Morrison and Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books) as HoneyB, Mary is at the top of the African-American fiction genre. In her novels, Mary addresses social and sexual issues that impact relationships. Mary is pro-female empowerment and believes all women are worthy of living free from abuse. She is also a single mom.

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