The D-Boy Type is What She Likes

The D-Boy Type is What She Likes

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“What do you want from me? I told you how broken I am…”
Losing someone close to you can spiritually, mentally, and physically cause one to shut the world out at whatever expense it takes. Especially when their death is ruled as your fault. Quiet, and guarding her heart, twenty-six-year-old Salem Banks is struggling to find balance in her life once she is released from prison for an unfit crime. With the only help being provided by her cousin Makiya, she finds herself feeling less worthy of being loved, but Huss has other plans to capture her broken heart, and mend it back together.
A boss in his own right, Huss’ life is simply made at thirty years old. His days revolve around frequent trips to visit his beautiful daughter, and his nights are filled with running one of the hottest clubs in Detroit. When he goes home at night, though, the only thing missing in his cold sheets is a woman. His pursuit on Salem is a battle, but he’s never faced one he hasn’t conquered yet, and it won’t start with her. 
Having been Salem’s right-hand since diaper days, Makiya is thrilled to have her cousin home. She isn’t the same as when she left, though. Caught up in her own trials with “family” and a guy she had grown close with, Kiya finds herself questioning how and why she had fallen for a man like Grady. It wasn’t hard to do, but her insecurities and the envious people in her life try to desperately break the bond they share. 
Rudely, and in one of the sexiest ways possible, Grady Cooper, better known as Gee Coop, interrupts Kiya’s whirlwind of a life. Their first encounter had both of their minds wondering, and it wasn’t long before Gee’s curiosity regarding the vicious beauty were answered. A true hustler, with the heart of gold, he finds himself cornered to make one of the hardest decisions of his life. One that may cost him his sanity and his woman. 
 Though meeting the men may have not been what either woman had planned for their lives, their masculine presence cannot be ignored. Nor will the need to feel love remain a foreign subject. In this jaw dropping, soul snatching, book collaboration from Dominique Thomas and BriAnn Danae, the admiral d-boys and stunning head-strong cousins from Detroit, will keep readers glued to the pages and left clutching their pearls. 

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