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Posted January 18, 2009
I had a very hard time accepting the storyline and felt like the personalities were unmatched, the action at times too absurd and the setting even seemed forced. SHOT GLASS DIVA struggled severely. Jackie Simmons apparently hit a concrete void as she attempted to write a compelling story about affluent African Americans, who hail not only from legitimate money, but old money. Instead of delivering on the premise, this novel reverts as if speaking about minor crack money. I¿m very disappointed that the book would go from such a strong possibility with the Talented Tenth to the predictability of turning tricks. <BR/><BR/> <BR/><BR/>Reviewed by Taye
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