Diva Diaries

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Sep 1, 2009 - Fiction - 432 pages
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Dakota, Chrasey, and Jordan have been best friends since college. Now they're about to discover their wild school days have nothing on the dramas of adulthood. . .

As friends, Dakota, Chrasey, and Jordan are alike and dissimilar in many ways. Dakota is the only single one in the group. She and Jordan both thrive on their high-powered careers--and the men in their lives almost always come second. But when Dakota's boyfriend becomes more than she can handle, she realized that strength in the boardroom does not translate to the bedroom. Chrasey and Jordan have marriage in common--and the temptation to have an affair with two irresistible men. Now these three friends who have been through the best and worst times together, will have to rely on their strong bonds and trust the truth that lies buried deep within their hearts to discover who they really are--and find the life they've been waiting for all along. . .

"I felt like I was experiencing one of my own girls' nights out." --Lala, MTV VJ

"More juicy drama than any reality show. . ..Janine writes for the everyday diva in all of us." --Miss Info, author of Bling, Bling: Hip Hops Crown Jewels, Hot 97 Jock, Vibe columnist
 

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User Review  - madamemeow - LibraryThing

It wasn't a bad story. I think, in many ways, it was overly stretched out during certain parts of the book, but the storyline itself was fairly enjoyable. There was a couple of racial comments made that I was a tad uncomfortable with, but they weren't entirely relevant to the story. Read full review

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Long-time best friends Jordan, Dakota and Chrasey are three New York African-American career women in their 30s who appear to have it all, but don't: Jordan struggles to balance her law career and her ... Read full review

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Jannie A. Morris is a Program Coordinator at Emmis Communications which operates the #1 Hip-Hop station in New York, Hot 97, CD 101.9 (New York's #1 Jazz station) as well as 98.7 Kiss FM, the home of Michael Baisden's nationally syndicated program, Love, Lust and Lies. Janine lives in Queens, New York, and is hard at work on her next novel.

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