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Memoirs of Lovin’ a G

“Love is unpredictable, confusing, exciting, and yet so scary, You fall for someone totally unexpectedly, wondering if it will work, yet you’re so happy knowing you found it, but scared you might lose it, and not knowing if you could ever live without it again.” – Brandy Cade

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" Jaii Lynn is a 27 year old from Kansas City, Missouri Jaii is a mother of 1 and holds an occupation as Manager of Foot Locker as well as New Author. Jaii started as an avid reader at the age of 13 and turned her passion for reading into writing recently. Writing has always been a passion of hers that she recently decided to craft and perfect. Almost two years ago Jaii Lynn debuted her first published work under Supreme Works Publications and has penned 16 novels to date. "

“Love is unpredictable, confusing, exciting, and yet so scary, You fall for someone totally unexpectedly, wondering if it will work, yet you’re so happy knowing you found it, but scared you might lose it, and not knowing if you could ever live without it again.” – Brandy Cade

This quote has never been more true than when it comes to Wailay and Miguel’s relationship. A chance encounter leads them on a roller coaster ride of love, but in the hood there is always drama that surrounds. From the police to past relationships, the drama comes full force to break the bond that Wailay and Miguel are building. The twist and turns of their relationship are unpredictable just like Miguel’s attitude. While, Wailay’s loyalty to Miguel holds tight through it all. In the end there is only one thing that can separate them but what will it be? Join this wild ride and get the insight on what loving a G is really like.

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African American Urban Fiction (Books)

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