Once again DJ Gatsby Book Club brings you their coveted “Book Of The Month” Award.
This month we have 4 “Must Reads” from some very interesting Authors.
First there is New York Times Bestselling Author Terry McMillan and her book “Who Asked You” ?
Then there is New York Times Bestselling Author Ashley & Jaquavis and the final installment in the Murdervillle Trilogy “Murderville 3-The Black Dalia”.
Next up we have Authors Manswell T. Peterson & Brenda Stokes Lee as they collaborate for the first time to bring us an “Erotic Drama” entitled “It Is What It Is”.
Last but not least we have Ben Burgess Jr. a first time author who has penned a very interesting tell all book called “Monster”.
THIS THRILLING PAGE-TURNER INTRODUCES THE STORY OF THE BLACK DAHLIA AND HER BLOODSTAINED ASCENT TO POWER. AFTER ESTABLISHING A CONNECTION WITH “THE FIVE FAMILIES,” DAHLIA BECOMES LITERALLY UNTOUCHABLE. HER BRAZEN TACTICS AND MAFIA-STYLE ANTICS BECOME INFAMOUS AS SHE IS SET TO TAKE OVER THE COUNTRY’S BLACK MARKET. .
Who Asked You By
With her wise, wry, and poignant novels of families and friendships—Waiting to Exhale, Getting to Happy, and A Day Late and a Dollar Short among them—Terry McMillan has touched millions of readers. Now, in her eighth novel, McMillan gives exuberant voice to characters who reveal how we live now—at least as lived in a racially diverse Los Angeles neighborhood.
It Is What It Is
Manswell T. Peterson & Brenda Stokes Lee
Mykal Roman had reached a pivotal point in his life. The eternal self- professed bachelor had decided he was through running women. Mykal was ready to shred his Playa Card and adopt the role as loving husband and doting dad. To do this he must leave his hometown and the woman that made his blood boil with lust every night. Little did he know that a new city meant new women, bigger challenges, more drama and a whole new set of problems. Nothing could prepare him for the insane journey he was about to embark on. Mykal would soon discover that fate is a cruel teacher!
Monster By Ben Burgess Jr.
Tormented while growing up for being dark-skinned, and the son of a womanizer who deserts his family regularly, Ken Ferguson longed for that feeling of being loved. Ken promised himself that he wouldn’t be a manipulating, deceitful man like his father, but after being cheated on and dumped by the girl he thought he would one day marry, he begins his transformation. Fueled by anger, and tired of being the “nice guy”, Ken drowns himself in one-night stands, threesomes, affairs with married women, and sleeping with one conquest after another.