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Riassunto: Lies, abuse, infidelity, sex, intrigue, international romance - a cornucopia of events play out in the relationships of Luvalwayz, a novel that intertwines the tales of three couples, brought together by friendship and love:
Christopher and Tamara are in a relationship already strained by emotional baggage...will sexual indiscretions ruin them?
After years of hiding the pain of abuse through being loose, ghetto sistah extraordinaire Shameika - with the aid of the militant yet soulful brotha, Jamal - try to break through her past to finally reach 'happily ever after'.
When straight-laced, professional Deandra finds out that her sister has been kidnapped, she seeks the aid of playa of the year, Stephen to help in the rescue, but it is Deandra who might need rescuing...from Stephen.
L'autore: Shonell Bacon's first passion and love is writing. A member of Blackwriters.org and Chief Editor of the online African American literary e-zine, The Nubian Chronicles, Shonell has written several short stories and poems, having pieces showcased at TimBooktu, Sisterfriends.com, Prolific Writers, Shades of Romance magazine, Merci magazine, and Daily Diva.
Currently, Shonell is at work on promoting LUVALWAYZ with co-author JDaniels as well as penning another novel with JDaniels while working on a screenplay.
Shonell is a 1996 graduate of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland (B. A. degree) and a 2001 graduate of Towson University (M. A. degree). She was born in Baltimore, Maryland and currently resides there.
JDaniels is a native Virginian, who is presently living and working in Frederick, Maryland. Having a multitude of interests, writing has always been a first love, including poetry and song/lyric writing. Right now, JDaniels is working on the completion of the third novel of the LUVALWAYZ trilogy, along with Shonell Bacon and has recently completed the romantic adventure, 'Serpent in my Corner'.
JDaniels is a staff writer, co-founder and an editor for the popular online e-zine The Nubian Chronicles, and is co-founder of TNC Communications, which is a portal on the web designed to assist new and established writers to create a web presence, along with providing promotional support.
Presently JDaniels is writing diligently and seeking a Bachelors degree in English.
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