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These Are My Confessions
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These Are My Confessions

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by Joy King, Electa Rome Parks, Electa Rome Parks, Cheryl Robinson, Meta Smith
 

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Sizzling hot and soulful secret "confessions" from four of the most exciting voices in erotic black fiction!

Bianca's job as the new personal assistant to an arrogant NBA superstar is unending hell. But when the lights go down—and the uniform comes off—she's seduced by this hard-bodied athlete's off-the-court moves . . .

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These are My Confessions 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
aj95 More than 1 year ago
These are my confessions is a great story about Kennedy, who falls in love with Drake and feels controlled by him. Its starts off with a very sexual encounter and makes Kennedy feel guilty since it was at the job. But later she realizes that she wanted Drake more and more and they started going on dates and he treated her like a princess. But then he got too controlling wanting her to be at his beck and call. Kennedy realized that life wasn't her. Then a surprising twist with his brother also adds to the story's dramatic ambiance. The other three stories aren't that great and I wouldn't recommend you read them.
harstan More than 1 year ago
'Love B-Ball Style¿ by Joy King. Basketball superstar Glen hires Bianca as his personal assistant to replace sexagenarian retiree Ms. Pearl. Although she makes it clear that his ego needs sandblasting, she hides from her employer her attraction to him. ¿These Are My Confessions¿ by Electa Rome Parks. Kennedy remains frustrated and ashamed over her relationship with Drake, but hides her feelings from everyone only her diary contains her true confessions. ¿Strapped¿ by Cheryl Robinson. After the end of a promising relationship, the Detroit school teacher Alexis travels to Texas where she meets a strapped to the max Dallas cop, who is working a black widow sex case. 'Divas Need Love Too' by Meta Smith. Lucky became a superstar singer with a Miami mansion and all sorts of boyfriends yet remains lonely until she returns to her Chicago waitress roots where an ex reminds her what love-making is all about. Not for everyone, these heated contemporary romances contain realistic scenarios that cross the sexual spectrum. --- Harriet Klausner
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MsErlybird More than 1 year ago
This is a trashy book that I don't want anyone to know that I read. Some things were hilarious in an over-the-top kind of way. I bought it just to fill in my order to meet the free shipping requirements. I read it because I paid for it. It has one of those marks that it was marked down, so I couldn't return it. I will leave it someplace for someone else to read. (I didn't write my name in it.)
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Fun and fast read. Some of the stories will leave you with an Oh my gosh moment.
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