Getting Hers

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Macmillan, May 30, 2006 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Tess McDonald is a high-priced madam running a lucrative call girl service, and whatever she wants is less than a phone call away.
Life can't get much better for Nikki Perez. She's young, beautiful, has one of the finest and most notorious men in the neighborhood in her bed, gets to ride in fast cars (before she strips them down), and is making more money than she ever dreamed of.
Kim Sheppard is at the pinnacle of corporate success. She is the envy of men and women alike, with a handsome husband, a beautiful home, and a secret lover on the side.
Then Tess loses her business and everything she's worked for, Nikki is convicted of a crime she didn't commit, and Kim is accused of corporate theft, potentially at risk of losing her fortune and her reputation. Fate truly intercedes when they meet in, of all places, their doctor's office. And from that day forward, they form a unique alliance. Not only will they bond together to reclaim what they've lost, but in each other, they'll discover what they'd been searching for all along.

 

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Put simply, GETTING HERS is a tantalizing story of revenge. However, when you’re dealing with vengeance, nothing is ever really simple. Three women with completely different personalities and ... Read full review

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Contents

THE WAITING ROOM
5
INTRODUCTIONS
11
THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS
23
LIVING A LIE
57
FORMING ALLIANCES
64
PROCEED WITH CAUTION
66
DECISIONS
71
MAKING MOVES
76
6 DEGREES OF SEPARATION
116
DONT LOOK IN THE MIRROR
118
WHAT HARM COULD IT DO?
122
THE TIES THAT BIND
134
PIECES OF THE PUZZLE
141
REVELATIONS
146
MAKE IT GO AWAY
156
THIS IS FOR REAL
159

PRIVATE AGENDA
80
BEST SERVED COLD
85
NO WAY OUT
90
DECISIONS
94
AND SO IT BEGINS
101
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
107
THE BUSINESS AT HAND
111
NOT LIKE THIS
165
SO CLOSE
168
WHEN ITS YOUR TIME
171
THE FACTS OF THE MATTER
183
RETRIBUTION
189
GETTING HERS
198
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About the author (2006)

Donna Hill has twenty-eight published novels and has been featured in Essence, Daily News, USA Today, Today's Black Woman, and Black Enterprise, among many others. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York, where she writes full time.

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