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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Have Knoeles Told You Lately? He released her hand and placed both his palms on the counter behind her, caging her in. Everyone claimed to want to know shit, but there was a price to the telling.

He continued speaking in a low whisper. The fucked up shit everybody keeps locked up. Before or after we fuck? She narrowed her eyes.

You ready for that? Her eyes slid to his chest. Why should I bare my soul to you? What would you do with the knowledge? Whatever this was between them marked him. The price of admission, Red called it. Kindle Editionpages. Published first published January 24th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 21, Nile Princess rated it did efosa like it Shelves: It’s amazing to me that so many female African American authors seem incapable of writing likeable AA heroines.

What is that about?? The controlling, angry black woman thing is neither flattering nor entertaining. Sassy is yku, bi-polar is not! And then people wonder why I stick with the gay boys. Even though I was warned about the women in this series, I figured I could stick it out for t It’s amazing to me that so many female African American authors seem incapable of writing likeable AA heroines.

Even though I was warned about the women in this series, I figured Tto could stick it out for the men. Not even for Ross who, admittedly, was not as much of an alpha male as say Smoke or Frank. On to the storyline – Cherise suffers from debilitating panic attacks and is just getting a handle on her life when she’s out one day, runs a red light and hits one of Ross’s company trucks.

Ross, Red and Smoke arrive on the scene and Ross makes sure Cherise is comfortable etc. There is a mutual attraction. For some unknown reason, Ross notices an envelope under the passenger seat that isn’t covered in the dust from Cherise’s deployed airbags and 1 feels the need to ask if anyone came up to her car and 2 automatically assumes it oyu be drugs. She’d just been in an accident. It couldn’t have slid from the back seat?


At any rate, Cherise insists that it’s not hers and that she knows nothing about it. Smoke yummmy, you have to read his book is called over and does the taste test and confirms to Ross that it’s drugs but tells Cherise it’s salt.

Have I Told You Lately?

She is immensely relieved. Ok, so now Ross asks Cherise out on a date and they have eosa great time. A week or so passes and they go out on a second date with Cherise dry humping him on the dance rjn and then practically running to his truck so he can take her home and blow her back out.

In his excitement, he rushes out the truck to unlock the door to his house and forgets to open her car door and she’s all like, ‘Ross, you WILL treat me with respect at all times.

Heifer, that might have had some weight if he didn’t almost impregnate you on the dancefloor and if you didn’t let him run up in you RAW on the second date. I’m all for getting yours, but let’s not get carried away and try to berate the guy because he forgot to open your damn door.

He probably thought you were bolting for the door like he was the way you were carrying on. Anyway, he takes her to the moon and back and things are going well. Cherise trying to be coy and sexy was anything but, considering how neurotic she was tou rest of the time but whatever, I gave her a pass.

She and Ross are out at dinner and run into Ross’s ex parole officer, who takes that opportunity to call someone over to talk about how Ross and his multi-million dollar company are a success story for ex convicts Russ, Red and Smoke are ex cons who banded together to form 3XCONStruction – eorsa, right? Ross is, of course, mortified and Cherise is upset because Ross hadn’t told her yet. They’d been dating 6 tk at this point. Now, no one would have faulted Cherise for being upset, but she starts going on with some kind of circular logic over why she understands why Ross didn’t tell her and that she wouldn’t necessarily have been upset I had no idea what was going on.

She was confusing the hell out of me, Ross and her damn self, just to be contrary. So Ross grovels etc etc and she takes him back, but by that point I was so digusted by her lameness I couldn’t read anymore.

This is someone who was supposedly doing a Masters degree in Education, but when Ross told her about his net profit after he flipped a house, she was like ‘Net? You don’t know what net means???? I enjoyed Books 3 and 4, but I definitely won’t be reading Book 2 since the heroine there seems lame too.

View all 9 comments. I’m having a reading slump where het romance is concerned. Particularly because of the heroines. I loved Ross, the hero, in this ro. He’s a knowlds success, confident, a hard worker, honest and he doesn’t play games. His speech is pretty urban but not so much that he sounds ignorant. The author gets a high-five for creating a character like Ross. Cherise is so very annoying, self-centered, hypocritical and full of herself.


Cherise basically gets in Ross’ face more than once abou I’m having a reading slump where het romance is concerned. Cherise basically gets in Ross’ face more than once about how she feels like he’s keeping secrets, but she has a secret that she hasn’t told him.

That was enough reason for me not to like her. Cherise also jumps to conclusions.

Run To You

To top it all off she leaves Ross when he needs her most without letting him explain the situation. She was a self-righteous, unfair, immature, ignorant fool about the whole thing.

Ross shouldn’t have taken her back. She apologized and cried? She sang while they had sex? She proved that she’s unreliable when the chips are down. Those two stars that I gave this yoy are all for Ross. The attempt to create a ruj character who had anything redeemable about her failed.

View all 15 comments. May 23, Angelia rated it really liked it Shelves: This is my second book by this author and all I can say is Ms. Can hear Ross whispering this right now Jul 16, Kim rated it really yoi it Shelves: This is my 2nd book from this author and I have to say she is two for two.

I was a bit iffy about this book because of the premise, 3 cons running a construction business; I didn’t know if it would hold my interest but it certainly did. I love the way she describes how hot Ross is, I could really kknowles in my mind exactly what he looked like.

I liked bow his and Cherise relationship developed from start to finish. Cherisewas a semi nutcase, and yoy she faulted Ross for things he did in hi This is my 2nd book from this author and I have to say she is two for two. Cherisewas a semi nutcase, and although she faulted Ross for things he did in his past and present, he never faulted her when her erosx was revealed because his love was so strong her. Jun 03, Abby Amos rated it it was amazing.

Great Read I really enjoyed this book. There’s a lot of passion and a lot of suspense. I love Ross and Cherise’s relationship and it doesn’t matter that they are in a interracial erisa.

Oh and I can’t forget Ross’s daughter Lenora. She is a smart little 4 year old. But someone is trying to take all of what Ross and his 2 partners built away from them all. I can’t wait to find out what happens next in the next book.