Synopses & Reviews
In this second installment in the Hell House trilogy, six fiery, larger-than-life characters compete to win $100,000 in an outrageous competition that sends drama levels through the roof.
The most memorable characters from Brenda Hampton’s bestselling novels come together in a house that could unite them—or destroy them. Roc Dawson from Full Figured, Chase Jenkins from Don’t Even Go There, Sylvia McMillan from SLICK, Jada Mahoney from How Can I Be Down?, Jamal “Prince” Perkins from Street Soldier, and Jaylin Rogers from the Naughty Series will attempt to put their overwhelming differences aside and calm their unique personalities. Without supervision, though, anything could happen inside Hell House—especially when there is $100,000 at stake.
In The Roof Is on Fire, the Hell House isn’t a joke anymore for the contestants who thought they could breeze through the challenge and carry on until the very end. The ladies continue to fight like cats and dogs, and the men don’t have much love for each other, either. In a place where saying one wrong word can get the loudmouth a hard smack across the face, there’s only one goal: survival by any means necessary. A few contestants will be called out for their sleazy, jaw-dropping actions, and a bad decision can lead to one place—the front door.
Full of drama, with a hint of raunchiness and manipulation, The Roof Is on Fire is a temptation you won’t want to pass up. Who will be the last woman or man standing, or who will walk out, slamming the door behind them and screaming at the top of their lungs?
About the Author
Brenda Hampton has written more than twenty novels. Her name has graced the Essence magazine bestsellers list, and she was named a favorite female fiction writer in Upscale magazine. Her mystery novel The Dirty Truth was nominated for an African American Literary Award. She is the executive producer of a new reality TV show based out of St. Louis, Missouri, where she resides. Visit her online at BrendaMHampton.com.