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Full Figured 9: Carl Weber Presents (Urban Books)

by Carl Weber

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Daddy's little girl: "New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber has tantalized us with his provocative and sexy plus size characters in Something on the Side, Big Girls Do Cry and Torn Between Two Lovers. Now Weber has taken on the role of not just writer but mentor and editor with his highly successful Full Figured series. In this installment, Weber pens his own story, bringing back a familiar and well-liked character, the voluptuous bad girl Coco Brown, who is once again looking for love in all the wrong places."-- From back cover. This can't be life: "Urban Books author Ms. Michel Moore introduces us to Tami, another plus-size bad girl, in "This Can't Be Life." Often judged by her weight and not the size of her heart, Tami wants the same type of devoted love her younger, but much smaller in size, sister Tori has with her spouse. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem meant to be, until a "mysterious" accident brings her and her brother-in-law closer than ever. While Tori fights to live, Tami fights for the newfound love of her life--her sister's husband."-- From back cover.… (more)

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