Synopses & Reviews
A hilarious first novel that provides a peek into the world of the super-rich, super-connected African Americans in Manhattan.
Lauren is trying to be an independent woman, starting her own documentary film company, but it's difficult when you're married to Ed Thomas, one of the wealthiest African-American businessmen in the country--and particularly when he seems to have a roving eye. Manny is an up-and-coming gay real estate agent who arrived in Manhattan from Alabama with only the clothes on his back. He's made his way to the top of his profession--yet he still wants more. Tandy is one of the "ladies who lunch"--but she's desperate to reinvent herself and find a new source of cash flow.
As we follow these three and other characters in this compelling first novel, we see the fascinating world of New York City's upper-crust African American society with all their scandals, foibles and skeletons in the closet revealed.
The national bestseller, now in paperback, is from the writing team that "Publishers Weekly" calls "the Edith Wharton of the new black money."
The national bestseller, now in paperback, from the writing team that Publishers Weekly calls 'the Edith Wharton of new black money' eception, desire, and betrayal. And that's just the first page! From the boardroom to the bedroom, from the coolest scenes to the hottest spots, Tonya Lewis Lee and Crystal McCrary Anthony invite you to enter the world of the super rich, the super powerful, and the super sexy.
About the Author
Tonya Lewis Lee
, along with her husband, filmmaker Spike Lee, is the author of the successful children's book Please Baby Please
, as well as a children's television producer. This is her first adult effort.
Crystal McCrary Anthony is the co-author (with Rita Ewing) of the novel Homecourt Advantage, about the turbulent lives of women married to NBA players. It will be a feature film by Screengem, to be released in Oct. 2004, starring Morris Chestnut and Gabrielle Union.