It’s the final test for our favorite Freedom University alumni.
It’s been two years since Lena decided to take time away from her drama to find herself and focus on her child. But the present finds her staring at images of Denise, the one who got away. Will she finally be able to move on to someone new, or will she go after the one she’s wanted all along?
Denise has learned that there is more to Hollywood than fame and fortune. The dark side of celebrity rears its ugly head as Denise’s star grows brighter and Farih’s starts to dim. With the past reappearing in her life, Denise finds herself torn between the stable relationship she’s always wanted and the chaotic love that her heart just doesn’t want to let go.
Never in a million years did Cooley think she would be in a committed relationship—and happy. Managing two of the hottest up-and-coming lesbian stars in the world, she finds her life is right on track. But when a secret comes out, it could derail all she’s worked for and threaten her relationship.
Misha pictured her future as an independent jet-setter, not as a housewife. As she watches her ex live the life she envisioned for herself, the temptation to pursue her dreams and revisit the life she abandoned might just get the best of her.
While her friends live fabulously in Atlanta, Carmen is stuck in Memphis, in a teaching job she despises. While Nic is perfectly happy with the average life they have created together, Carmen wants more, including the perfect “royal wedding.” Her caviar wishes might end up destroying her relationship dreams.
The future might be bright and sunny for the crew, but there are still storm clouds ahead. Their relationships and friendships have never been so vigorously tested. As Carmen and Nic’s wedding approaches, will skeletons in their closets wreck the worlds they have created, or will everything finally come full circle?
Story Locale: Memphis and Hollywood
Skyy’s fiction blurs the lines between lesbian and straight communities by speaking with intimate familiarity about the striking commonalities of loving and living as African American women in urban America. The books resonate with truisms for women of all ages and gender identities.
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