A precession of wild stunts follows as Cecelia Wallace attempts to even out the playground of racial maltreatment. She sways into a blurred line of right and wrong. Soon Cecelia can't recognize herself.
Can she right the wrongs of hundreds of years of oppression without going too far, or worse, ending up in jail?
A sexy, dark comedy about cultural identity, sexual empowerment and the conflicts of race relations.
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About the Author
Wife. Mother of two. Educator and sometimes language student. Traveler. Rum drinker. Proudly sings off-key. Jasmine enjoys going down memory lane with her musicology collection of Motown, 90's R&B, Hip Hop, NeoSoul and some old school rock. She loves being a film geek and weekend foodie. As a child, Jasmine would create fictional dramas with her Barbie dolls, giving her brother's G.I. Joes the leading male roles. Now every free moment Jasmine has is spent lost in a story that reflects the American not many write about. The backdrop to her stories are similar to the multicultural world she was raised in California. She is a versatile writer who enjoys writing quirky romances with characters of questionable morals and strong black female protagonist. When asked to describe her work, Jasmine simply said: "My writing is inspired by my experiences. Good or bad, I have to thank everyone who has been in my life to give me those stories to tell".