Nappily Faithful

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St. Martin's Press, Aug 28, 2012 - Fiction - 336 pages
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"You'll find yourself caring about these characters."—Essence


Hoping to get away from emotional baggage in Los Angeles, Venus and Jake move to Atlanta. Yet the constant cloud of the past follows them: a difficult pregnancy and Jake being charged for the murder of his accountant. Though Jake never spent one night in jail, he fears the case will be reopened and he'll once again have to fight for his freedom.


And the timing couldn't be worse. Airic, the biological father of Venus's daughter Mya, is suddenly back in her life, demanding parental rights with the child he hasn't seen since her birth. A nasty custody battle ensues. Airic's new wife, Trevelle Doval, a famous TV evangelist—may be behind his sudden interest. And now, Venus is in for the biggest fight of her life...

"A guaranteed page-turner with more twists and turns than a roller coaster...impossible to put down."—South Jersey Mom


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With Venus's difficult pregnancy and Jake's murder charges behind them, the couple decides to leave Los Angeles for Atlanta. But there's still trouble to come in this latest from Thomas (Nappily ... Read full review

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TRISHA R. THOMAS is the author of Un-Nappily in Love, Nappily in Bloom, Nappily Faithful, Roadrunner, Would I Lie To You, and Nappily Ever After, which was a finalist for the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work. Her debut novel was optioned by Halle Berry and Universal Pictures for adaptation to film. Trisha lives in Riverside, California. Visit Trisha online at

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