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Sixty-Nine

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  • Posted April 10, 2011

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    When the Clock Strikes 12

    Three friends, all born in 1969, are together on New Year's Eve 2008 to bring in the milestone year and, in two instances, their birthdays. Darla is still mourning the death of her husband more than five years ago and does not know how to move on and live again. Rebe is recently divorced from her gridiron, cheating husband and raising a college age daughter. Magnolia wants to be married more than anything and keeps going back to things that will block her wish. These three best friends have all made a pact to make this year their banner year and breakout of their routine.

    "Sixty-Nine" explores the choices these women make in their efforts to grow and blossom into the next stage of their lives. Full of action and consequences, these women will learn how far they are willing to go to achieve their goals and how low they can go in the journey. There is plenty of drama to fill this sexual tale of learning and growing as some learn how too much of a good thing could really go bad. Share a laugh, shed some tears and get mad as you delve into the lives of the women of "Sixty-Nine." I recommend this to readers who enjoy a coming-of-age story and are not afraid of a little sex. Pynk has once again told a sexy tale with a lesson to be learned.

    Reviewed by: Lashonda

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 31, 2011

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    very interesting stories that are full of details and enlightenment and keeps you engaged from beginning to end....

    Sixty-Nine is a Novel that tells the stories of three (3) friends that are turning 40 and vowing to open themselves up to things they've been closed to, to take chances and/or change things that need to change. As the stories unfold the readers get to indulge in all the different facets that make up these changes, personal growths and self-indulgence.

    Pynk wove very interesting stories that are full of details and enlightenment and keeps you engaged from beginning to end. The paths that these friends take are similar in some ways and vastly difference in others. These are stories that one must experience to enjoy and/or understand. If you like stories chucked full of adult contents, adventures and experiences then give this novel a whirl and you may do as I did, order her others ones.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

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    SISTERHOOD

    THIS WAS MY FIRST BOOK BY THE AUTHOR PYNK. AND IT WAS AN EYE OPENER FOR ME. YOU HAVE THREE FRIENDS WHO ARE ABOUT TO TURN 40 YEARS OLD, AND THEY MAKE A PACT TO DO ALL THINGS A LITTLE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR. AND WITH THAT SAID, START THE FIREWORKS. YOU HAVE RAPE, BETRAYAL, ANGER, AND LIES. BUT AFTER ALL IS SAID AND DONE THESE THREE FRIENDS ARE ABLE TO OVERCOME ALL OF THE TRAILS THAT ARE SET BEFORE THEM. PROVING THAT SOME FRIENDSHIPS HAVE BONDS LIKE THAT OF SISTERS. ENJOY.........

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