This Time: Book Two of the "True Lies" Trilogy [NOOK Book]

Overview

When Publisher’s Weekly, after reviewing Margaret Johnson-Hodge’s 2002 Black Expressions Bestselling novel “True Lies” declared: “Audiences tired of shallow buppie antics will respond favorably to the earthy dramas she describes,” and readers enjoyed “True Lies” so much they demanded a sequel, Margaret Johnson-Hodge had no choice but to respond with “This Time.”
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Dajah Moore is still on her ...
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This Time: Book Two of the

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Overview

When Publisher’s Weekly, after reviewing Margaret Johnson-Hodge’s 2002 Black Expressions Bestselling novel “True Lies” declared: “Audiences tired of shallow buppie antics will respond favorably to the earthy dramas she describes,” and readers enjoyed “True Lies” so much they demanded a sequel, Margaret Johnson-Hodge had no choice but to respond with “This Time.”
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Dajah Moore is still on her road to recovery after a heart wrenching breakup with Rick Trimmons. Determined to get beyond the whole RIck incident, her struggles grow deeper when Rick shows up at her door step, saying all the things she needed to hear from him months before. But what Rick is saying and what Dajah sees for herself are two different things. Rick says Gina is gone from his life, but as far as Dajah is concerned, Gina hasn’t gone far enough. To further complicate things, Dajah meets Jeff Gingham, a man eight years her senior, bringing his own ideas about relationships that don’t match her own. With Rick fast on her trail and Jeff moving slowly into her heart, will Dajah get it right this time?
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Editorial Reviews

Urban reviews
Margaret Johnson-Hodge once again creates a moving story with multi-dimensional characters. You feel all of the emotional struggles of each person.”
Ebony Magazine
“...a powerful story about love, relationships and how the choices people make challenge their ability to find what they really need, and really want.”
Imani Book Club - Angela Reid
“...realistic stories about realistic people...they remind us of ourselves.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148605935
  • Publisher: Margaret Johnson-Hodge
  • Publication date: 7/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 624,770
  • File size: 239 KB

Meet the Author

Margaret Johnson-Hodge is the author of 10 novels, many receiving national acclaim. She has garnered rave reviews from Publisher’s Weekly, Booklist, Midwest Book Review, The Dallas Morning Star, The Quarterly Black Review, Essence Magazine and Ebony Magazine. She is the recipient of the Reviewer’s Choice Award for her first novel “The Real Deal” and her seventh “A Journey to Here,” earned her an “Author of The Year” nomination.
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Her works were considered by Showtime and Hallmark for book-to-movie options and have made bestseller lists numerous times. Her novels have been used as part of the curriculum at University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and she was invited by Harvard University to submit a short story for their literary magazine. Originally from New York, Margaret continues to pay that great city homage with every story that she writes.
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Her 11th published novel “Tumbled” – the third book in the Dajah/Rick "True Lies" saga, will be arriving to bookstores in fall of 2013.
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