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Little Black Girl Lost 2

Little Black Girl Lost 2

4.8 17
by Keith Lee Johnson

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Little Black Girl Lost 2 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
MzApple More than 1 year ago
I loved this just as much as the first part. I am about to read LBGL 3. This is a fine work of art. I absolutely loved loved loved this book. I wish they could be turned into films. I am going to let my friends read it and i know they will love it.
Me15 More than 1 year ago
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Johnnie Wise is back after her stolen virginity, the murder of her mother and the riots that helped seal the deal for the "Negroes." Now she tries to pick up the pieces of her broken relationship with Lucas and win the hearts of her racist white relatives, the Beauregards.

Lucas Mathews loves Johnnie with all his heart. He can't wait for the day that he can take her away from New Orleans and Napoleon. Even though Lucas works for Napoleon, he has his own tricks up his sleeve to teach Napoleon that Johnnie will always be his girl.

Napoleon Bentley is ready to claim what's his, New Orleans and Johnnie. After dealing with the Negroes of New Orleans he knows that they have his back and will do anything to make sure that he is a permanent fixture. Now he just has to do a few adjustments to make the path clear for his title. Napoleon can remember the first time he laid eyes on Johnnie and cannot wait until he has her all to himself. By using Johnnie's vulnerability, Napoleon gets Johnnie right where he wants her, alone and open for him.

Keith Lee Johnson gives us a solid sequel to Little Black Girl Lost. Since I know how Johnnie ends up in Fate's Redemption, I am looking forward to reading Little Black Girl Lost 3.

Reviewed by: LaDonna
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing.As soon as I started it I couldn't put the book down just like the first one.I've read really good books but Little black girl lost 1 AND 2 tops them all,can't wait to read three. Mr.Johnson keep up the good work!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I always saw this book title but never picked it up...Nikki Turner hadn't came out with a new book yet so I decided to pick it up...and it was great...He really did a wonderful job...Johnnie has people to blame....but also she should learn from her mistakes and want better for herself...i can't wait to read part 3
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this book, Johnnie is torn between Napolean and what he can give her, Lucas whom she loves, and the Beauregards, her white family. If these aren't the ingredients for a KLJ novel, I don't know what are. Mr. Johnson doesn't fail the reader with his sterling ability to add twists, turns and leaving the reader wondering how he ever thought of that, much less put it all together in one book. What with some authors could be a confused mess, with LBGL2 it is a wonderfully woven story running the gamut of emotions. Another thing that separates KLJ from others is his desire to 'be real' in his fiction. People who make poor life choices even for good reasons, in Mr Johnson's books, must pay a price. While I, for one, can enjoy a little leeway in punishment in fiction, am glad to see one author stand up for what he believes is right. Mr Johnson is a fantastic author! Upon finishing his books, you immediately want him to write another....now! I can't wait for LBGL 3.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not put this one down. Mr. Johnsohn is a incredible writer. As soon as I was done with this one I had to run out and purchase another one of his books. I am now on his third book and can't wait to read his last one. The only thing im upset about is little black girl lost part two will not be out until next year. Mr. johnson keep up the good work.
kimberly whitaker More than 1 year ago
i think the author Keith L. Johnson is a powerful writer, he has created so many wonderful characters and to pull all of the character together like he did was amazing, i enjoyed 1,2,3, and im now im reading 4 of the seris i found everyone of the books extraordinary, amazeingly good, i loved it, reading part 4 really touched me johnny is finding out about her ancestors how they came about, and it has me on pins and needle, i can't sleep because i have to read so that i will know what happen next. keith a friend of mine introduce me to your novel by letting read 1-2-3, but she never knew about the other 2 not until i looked you up and had to purchased the last two of the 5 book series, im really enjoying LITTLE BLACK GIRL LOST, and if you had more of this series i would be reading them as well. i rate you a 5 star, you really deserve it. and thank you. for opening up areas in my mind the need to be surfaced.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a great book. I read Little Black Girl Lost 1 and I couldn't wait for this one to come out. It was just as good as the first one. I recommend that you read the first one first before reading this one.
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