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Diamond Playgirls

Daaimah S. Poole, Deja King, T. Styles

ISBN 9780758223579
Publish Date 3/2/2010
Format Paperback
Categories Dafina, Fiction

New to the big city, new to each other, and ready for new beginnings, four young, hip, beautiful women in a Harlem brownstone discover they have more in common than their address…

Dior’s got a taste for the finer things in life. So far she’s got the job and the apartment. Now she needs the man, and she hopes she’s met him on the Internet. She’ll find out on Valentine’s Day…. Party promoter Tamara is opening a hot new club—and hoping to break her family’s tradition of failed marriages. But is dating three different men the best strategy?... Chloe is a BAP on the career track. But just as she’s up for a big promotion her boyfriend gives her an ultimatum…. Casting director Mona-Lisa avoids relationships. But when a tragedy changes her attitude, she’s compelled to spend a special day with a man from her past. Yet she’s overlooked some crucial details…

As these women come together at a local club on Valentine’s Day, secrets are revealed that will forever change their lives...

Miasha, also a Philadelphia native, worked as a fashion model before graduating from Temple University with a degree in communications. Visit her at www.miasha.com.

Deja King was born in Toledo, Ohio, and raised in California, Maryland, New Jersey, and North Carolina. She is the author of the highly successful Bitch series and also writes under the name Joy King.

T. Styles was born in the southeast section of Washington, D.C. and raised in Houston, Texas. She learned about street life the hard way—she lived it—and now pours her experience into her writing. She resides in Baltimore County, Maryland, with her son.

About Daaimah S. Poole:

Daaimah S. Poole is a mother and a recent Temple University graduate with a degree in journalism. She began writing her first novel, Yo Yo Love, at age 19 while working as a receptionist at her aunt’s beauty salon. Rave reviews from her aunt’s clients encouraged her to seek a publisher, which she did, and so began a very promising writing career. Daaimah is a Philadelphia native.

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