“Let’s imitate some Fifty Shades of Grey over some Jodeci grooves”
You build. You love. You grow together. Rosalyn felt that with Denim; she would have happiness that would always last. But when the romance died down, so did his loyalty. After discovering Denim’s infidelity, Rosalyn decides to end their relationship and start anew, or so she thought.
Loving Rosalyn wasn’t as hard as staying faithful to her, when Denim finds himself in compromising positions with other women. But, when Rosalyn decides to break up instead of working it out, he is forced to know what it feels like not to have her in his life. Temporary pleasures don’t work for him and when he discovers Rosalyn may be moving on, he must decide to finally step up and be the man she wants, or walk away.
In the follow up to The Words I Didn’t Say, Denim gets a second chance at love, but like most, he doesn’t know what to do with it. Sex, lies, deceit, and betrayal will have you wondering whether these two will finally let go of their pride and speak their heart? Or will love be lost once again?
From teen mom to CEO by the age of twenty, Tamika Newhouse, the author of 13 novels, has landed on numerous best sellers’ lists and is the winner of 8 African American Literary Awards. Only nine months after debuting her first novel in 2009, she landed a major publishing contract without an agent and went on to become the CEO of Delphine Publications. To date she has published nearly 150 titles, launched the careers of hundreds of writers, and produces the only entertainment award show for African American writers, called the AAMBC Literary Awards.
In 2010, she was inducted into Who’s Who in Black San Antonio. In 2011, her company Delphine Publications won an African American Literary Award for Best Anthology, and for the second time, Tamika won Self Published Author of the Year. The National Women in Business Association also nominated her for the 2011 Entrepreneurial Spirit Award. In 2013, she was honored with the Author of Distinction E. Lynn Harris Award.
She has quickly become the Shonda Rhimes in Black Publishing, due to her creative skills in discovering talent, her unique events that features celebrities from across the nation, and being the creator of AAMBC, one of the most influential brands in the publishing industry. Tamika presently tours the country speaking about overcoming her teen pregnancy to fulfill her dream, as well as teaching aspiring writers the publishing ropes. She resides in Atlanta with her children.