Sister Girls

Sister Girls Jealousy Envy And Pure Hateration Maybe you ve been there Maybe you haven t Maybe you know someone that s going through it Whatever the case you know when things get rough you can always count on yo

  • Title: Sister Girls
  • Author: Angel M. Hunter
  • ISBN: 9781893196445
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jealousy, Envy, And Pure Hateration Maybe you ve been there Maybe you haven t Maybe you know someone that s going through it Whatever the case you know when things get rough you can always count on your Sister Girls to be there for you Take a look inside the lives and relationships of Crystal, Susan, Jewell, and Elsie Their lives are laced with love, addiction, lust,Jealousy, Envy, And Pure Hateration Maybe you ve been there Maybe you haven t Maybe you know someone that s going through it Whatever the case you know when things get rough you can always count on your Sister Girls to be there for you Take a look inside the lives and relationships of Crystal, Susan, Jewell, and Elsie Their lives are laced with love, addiction, lust, and loyalty Crystal must deal with a past she can t escape Susan is in denial and needs to get real Jewell is looking for a good man And Elsie is confused about her sexuality When their issues explode each woman is forced to confront her own set of issues Their friendship is put to test numerous times and in ways that they never imagined Together these four sisters take friendship to a new level that puts the realities of life s trials and tribulations into their proper perspective.
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    • Danita Brown says:

      sistergirl was so damn good I read it in 1 day. I loved how each woman evolved the way they did. loved, loved, loved this book.

    • Nardsbaby Reader says:

      A Change WithinGem, Carlson and Shaw is not only an all female law firm, but it's an all black law firm. Now in their third year of business, the women are semi-successful despite the personal adversity each individual is facing. Crystal Gem is in a mental rut. She's single, no kids and yearning for something or someone solid in her life. She's always about business and very detail oriented. Due to an incident in her past, she and her mother haven't had the best of relationships. Will Crystal fi [...]

    • Reading Mom says:

      Friends BondingFour women working in Corporate America appear to have everything going for them. It's their personal lives where they struggle dealing with betrayal, deceit and lies. Crystal is a partner in a law firm. She keeps having recurring dreams that will not allow her to have a satisfying relationship. She finds herself liking another attorney in the same building that she works in. He's everything that she's always wanted in a man, however, there is only one thing that's holding her bac [...]

    • Dominique A says:

      I really liked this book.It was about four women who worked together at an all-female law firm- Crystal, Elsie, Susan, and Jewell. Each of them are going through some major problems. Together they work to help each other and keep their law firm going strong. The book really opens your eyes to the meaning of true freindship, honesty, trust, and many other qualities of life.

    • Tahasti Hopper says:

      So far it started off a little slow to me but now its starting to pick up a bit and the characters has started to get a little more deep. I love the fact that it's about 3 black ladies who are atty's.

    • Trina says:

      A good women to women novel that hits home for me. Icould see all there backgrounds and past coming together in a werid , and strange way .

    • Kianna says:

      Sister Girls is Crazy! its a good book but also there are so many characters that you have to keep up with who is who and who is with who. but other than that the book is really good.

    • Kimberly says:

      It was ok! I wouldn't suggest one buy it. But if you see it at the library or given it, You could read it in an hour or so.

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