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by Carmen Green

  • Author: Carmen Green
  • ISBN: 1583145559
  • ISBN13: 978-1583145555
  • ePub: 1605 kb | FB2: 1197 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Kimani Press (December 1, 2005)
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Date Night (Sepia) ePub download

2004) A novel by Carmen Green.

2004) A novel by Carmen Green. Used availability for Carmen Green's Date Night.

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Published August 25th 2004 by Harlequin Kimani Sepia. National bestselling author Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, New York, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author

Published August 25th 2004 by Harlequin Kimani Sepia. 1583142940 (ISBN13: 9781583142943). National bestselling author Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, New York, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author. While raising her three children, she wrote her first book on legal pads and transcribed it onto a computer on weekends before selling her first novel in 1993.

com's Carmen Green Author Page. Since that time she has sold 34 novels and novellas, had one book, Commitments, made into a TV movie, and has had written and produced one stage play in 2010

com's Carmen Green Author Page. Since that time she has sold 34 novels and novellas, had one book, Commitments, made into a TV movie, and has had written and produced one stage play in 2010. In addition to writing, she is a Professor at a college in Atlanta.

Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, NY, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author

Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, NY, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author. Since that time she has sold more than thirty novels and novellas, and is proud that one of her books was made into a TV movie in 2001, Commitments, in which she had a cameo role.

Green Book is a 2018 American biographical comedy-drama film directed by Peter Farrelly

Green Book is a 2018 American biographical comedy-drama film directed by Peter Farrelly. Set in 1962, the film is inspired by the true story of a tour of the Deep South by African American classical and jazz pianist Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) and Italian American bouncer Frank "Tony Lip" Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) who served as Shirley's driver and bodyguard.

Very Nice! The only thing I would change would be the sunglasses.

2651x3632px 94. 8 KB. IMAGE DETAILS. Feb 10, 2011, 9:18:15 PM. Software. Adobe Photoshop Elements . Windows. Very Nice! The only thing I would change would be the sunglasses. Either a different style or even without them. But that is a decision made in the moment and can only be judged afterward. Aside from that, I like the choice of the very feminine underwear with the self confident attitude.

Carmen Green One fee. Stacks of books

As the winds howl outside, the passion rages inside–hotter than the sweltering summer nigh. nd twice as explosive. One fee. Stacks of books.

Three best friends--BJ, a former WNBA star; Quita, a beauty who longs for a baby; and Ebony, who is in desperate need of self-confidence--vow to go on one date each week and have a special "date night" to discuss their conquests as they search for true love. Reprint.
Exellent
I purchased this book solely based on the title & enjoyed every page. It was an attention getter. Couldn't put the book down.
CopamHuk
Quita, BJ and Ebony's friendships have grown stronger as their profits from their investment club have increased. But just as sure as the market strains during a volatile market, so does their friendships when their personal lives turn chaotic.

Ex-WNBA pro Beverly Jason "BJ's" life has slowed down from its once world wind pace. She's nestled into the home of her dreams that includes a custom-built basketball court and a high profile gig as VP of PR for the Atlanta Hawks. Yet she wants more. She wants a husband, and affordable senior living arrangements for her grandmother without exhausting her income, ergo her investment fund shares. Restaurateur and Club Owner Marquita Snell can have any man she wants. However, Quita doesn't want a man, she wants a baby, something that her gorgeous body may not provide unless she takes some funds out of her share from the investment club for fertility treatment. And odd woman out, Ebony Manchester has a dead end job as Office Manager for Braeden Construction and an even deader living situation with her overbearing mother and leaching aunt. All Ebony wants is her life and good looks back. When the three get together to discuss their dating diatribes Quita devises a different kind of investment, Date Night. BJ, Quita and Ebony agree to attend at least one date a week and meet on Sunday night- AKA Date Night- to discuss their weekly dating activities.

Will Date Night prove profitable? Will money or men destroy their friendships? Or will it take a huge investment on their parts to keep them together?

The concept is cute, but commonplace--girlfriend pact, career and men. Nothing new and a few things borrowed homely friend with a less than stellar career, diva power broker man heart breaker, and the average girl gone good. Their love interests were just as predictable as their names, and the passion that I wanted to happen for them never made it past a slow sizzle. The other issues that the book could carry: Alzheimers, fertility, and abuse were just thrown in to create a sense of timeliness, but not further developed to discuss even greater issues of family responsibility and self-reliance. Green is such a great writer that I wanted her signature blend of Southern Cosmopolitan and well thought out characters to brand this book just like she did in ATLANTA LIVE. But this book was a bit of a disappointment for me.

On the other hand, it is a light and fairly entertaining read. It's not depressing and too deep to read during the holidays. And if you're a Hotlantan like myself you'll enjoy the name drops and fictional hot spots.

So if you're a little nostalgic for black chik lit and have exhausted your collection of Terry MacMillan, Trisha R. Thomas, or Jacqueline Powell than DATE NIGHT is the book for you.
Dagdatus
B. J., Quita and Ebony are good friends who are each at a crossroads in their life. None of them are in a serious relationship, so during one of their investment club meetings, they decide to make a date one night a week. When they meet to discuss their latest investments, they will also apprise each other of the success or failure of their date. The women soon realize jumping back into the dating scene is not as easy as they thought it would be. And if the trials and tribulations of dating aren't enough, each must contend with some unexpected issues that force them to take a long, hard look at themselves and the life they are leading.

DATE NIGHT was an average read; nothing really stands out that makes you want to grab this book and pull an all-nighter as you become engrossed in the storyline. I was a bit disappointed that the book didn't live up to the blurbs I've read. I expected a hilarious account of each woman's escapades as they tackled the dating scene in their quest to find Mr. Right, and rejoice with them when they did. Sadly, that was not the case. Instead, it was a story with only a little fizzle instead of a great big bang, with characters who could've been developed a bit more to make them strong, independent black women, instead of the weak, somewhat co-dependent women that they are.

Reviewed by Renee Williams

of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers
Malanim
I normally like this author's books, and it's not that I don't like this book, it was just average.
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