Relationship drama in which the main character learns how to remove herself from the drama she helps create in her life.
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Lonnie, a strong, independent, career-minded sista isn't one for drama or unnecessary bull. In fact, she's not even sure if having a man in her life is worth the trouble it can cause. However, when she meets John, everything changes, and her comfortable life as a single career woman goes flying out the window. She's in love, and things couldn't be better. Then all hell breaks loose.
The man who seemed like her dream come true soon becomes the nightmare she can't wake up from. John's sex-capades with the hood rat of the month soon turn from casual to serious, and Lonnie kicks him to the curb to refocus on herself and her career.
But drama rears its ugly head yet again when it shows up at her job. Lonnie goes from the put together woman in charge to a petty, dramatic diva, and soon, she doesn't recognize herself. Will she be able to pull it together before she loses everything, or has she been marked with the curse of Drama With A Capital D?
-On day three Cherie was working with /bridgette at the desk next to mine. She took every opportunity she had to roll her eys at me. How immature is this fool? I wondered. Just before lunch, she did it again. I calmly leaned over Bridgette's desk and grabbed that bitch by her throat, "I don't know what your problem is, but you should probably try growing up. Thsi petty crap will never work with me."
Denise Coleman -
Drama With A Capitol D -
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5 out of 5 books -
What do you do when drama keeps staring you in the face? No matter how you try to avoid, diffuse, or separate yourself from the situation, you find yourself always in the middle of some type of confusion and chaos.
Meet Lonnie, a headstrong, independent woman who has herself together...or so it appears. Lonnie has been involved in a serious but tumultuous relationship with John. She's grown tired of the games and the foolishness, and this last stunt that John has seemed to get himself involved in results in life-altering changes to both of their lives. Lonnie must make a change for the better and put the negativity in the past, but no one said that change is easy, especially with her job and life in jeopardy. But will change come too late? Will Lonnie be able to look within herself and realize she is the only one that can control her own destiny and no anyone else?
John's life was in shambles. He had a wonderful woman to call his own, but temptation and lust got the best of him and now his sidepiece is pregnant. John knows he has a good woman with Lonnie, but things become difficult when his baby mama Cherie is always behind some sort of drama. Trying to do right becomes more difficult, and a crazy baby mama makes life a living hell. Cherie is determined to cause problems, and when Cherie ends up working with Lonnie, things go from bad to worse. Will John be able to salvage his relationship with Lonnie and still be able to be there for his son without difficulty from Cherie?
Drama with A Capital D by Denise Coleman is a must read. Ms. Coleman's book is very realistic, and I believe that many people can relate to this storyline. This is a book about making changes, even when it is difficult and may cause hurt and pain. Ms.Coleman touched on a lot of relevant subjects. But most importantly, she showed there is light at the end of the tunnel. I highly recommend Drama with A Capital D.
Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews
Baby momma drama overload
Baby Mamma drama takes on a new meaning in Drama With A Capital D by Denise Coleman. Lonnie is business-minded and a strong woman who takes no stuff from anyone. She is in a loving relationship, or so she thought, until all hell breaks loose. Lonnie finds out that the love of her life, John, has a child with another woman who loves to create problems.
After dealing with the nonsense, Lonnie calls it quits so that she can move on to take care of herself and her career. Whew! Lonnie thinks it is all over but she gets a new surprise at work and hell starts all over again. Will Lonnie see light at the end of her turmoil of terror?
Lonnie then meets Malik and believes things are looking up for her. Malik is everything she wants in a man. However, Lonnie's experiences filtered unwanted emotions that make her believe he is too good to be true. Could her fears be justified?
Drama With A Capital D is an entertaining story of women and their drama. The patience of the main character is tested repeatedly in ways that are not necessary. The book will keep those readers interested in high levels of drama happy. The twist in the story was not expected bringing more flare to the rest of the book. Even though there were some grammatical errors, the author's message came through loud and clear. I would recommend this book to others.
This book was provided by the author for review purposes.
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Lonelle Devlin a.k.a Lonnie is a very strong woman that was raised along with her sister Lena and younger brother Jerry. Together the three siblings are unstoppable, always having each others backs. Lonnie discovers that her unfaithful boyfriend, John, is cheating on her. Lonnie forgives John, despite his indiscretions, to later discover that he is a true DOG. She ends up developing a physical attraction for a gentleman, Malik, whom she senses is a decent man and considers developing a new relationship. John realizes the error in his ways and discovers that Lonnie is the woman for him despite his actions in the past. And so the drama begins....
"Drama with a Capital D" by Denise Coleman is an exciting and stunning novel! I would recommend this novel to all readers that love a little drama in their life.
Reviewed by: Tekisha
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