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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2011

    I really liked it

    Great story, althought i thought it began a little slow.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2008

    Sisters & Love

    Desiee Day told an awesome story in 'One G-String Short Of Crazy'. I have to say the title simply fit he story. Two sisters in the same apartment building and a hottie. Wonderful story of love and family. I simply loved everything about this book. Great job. Thanks Desiree!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2008

    A reviewer

    Twins Felecia and Aisha Goodman have been insperable their entire lives. Now, as business women exploring their own sexuality, they realize that they really do need to live apart. They find the perfect solution in a posh apartment building owned by their childhood friend Tarik. The sisters finally have their own independence to lead their own lives. Aisha is an entrpreneur with her own company and she has invited her sister, Felecia along for the ride. Only Felecia has her own plans in mind for what she would like to do with her life and her talents. These two women are determined to live life on their terms with the careers -and the men, that they want! Desiree Day has done a great job penning this story of sisterhood. She creates characters that are believable in a story that is easy to read and keeps you turning the pages! She is a talent all her own and has a way with words that helps you have insight into the character's lives and feelings. One G-String Short of Crazy is a definite buy for your book collection! Literary Lovers Book Club ATL]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2008

    Not what I expected..

    The ending could have been better and not fairy tale based. The drama to hype situations up was not there. What happened to Dyla ? Did she just give up ? Not satisfied w/this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    zany and erotic look at the swinging singles

    Not identical twins Aisha and Felicia Goodman have always done everything together as they have always been best friends. They live together in Atlanta and run an accounting business together. However, recently Felecia has had second thoughts although she loves her sibling. She detests Aisha¿s promiscuous lifestyle. Aisha has also had second thoughts she hates her sister¿s prudish lifestyle. However, both fears stepping out by themselves. A close friend of the twins Tarik offers them a solution to their dilemma with the apartment building he owns on Peachtree. He rents one apartment each on the same floor to the girls. Meanwhile his childhood friend attorney Derrick has relocated from Chicago for two reasons: first he has a great career opportunity and second he was fleeing his former drama queen girlfriend Darla. Meanwhile, Felicia realizes she loves Tarik and Aisha is falling in love with Derrick, but both have other females in their lives Tarik considers marrying his current girlfriend Tara and Darla arrives claiming she is carrying Derrick¿s child. ---- The title is apropos as this is a zany and erotic look at the swinging singles. Each of the prime six characters is fully developed especially the twins so that the explicitly described sex scenes and the turmoil of the convoluted relationships make for a zany time on Peachtree. ---- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2007

    1920 Peachtree

    Twins Felicia and Aisha have been by each other¿s side since the womb. And now as adults, they live and work together. After twenty-eight years of being the other¿s shadow, they decided to make a break, at least sort of. They get apartments across the hall from each other in the same complex. Despite having their own company, Felicia¿s heart really isn¿t in the business. She¿s rather be doing something else. Can she muster up the courage to tell her sister? And while she¿s at it, can she tell her best friend, Tarik, that she¿s fallen for him? Sister Aisha is a free spirit. That ¿freeness¿ soon finds her in the bed of her biggest client and the future of the company is on the line. Will she be able to save the company and herself before it¿s too late? Desiree Day entertains readers with this delightful account of fraternal twins coming into their own and the drama that subsequently unfolds. Characters Felicia and Aisha are ones that readers can easily care about. ONE G-STRING SHORT OF CRAZY is my first novel by author Desiree Day, but I doubt it will be my last. 4.5

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