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Caleb Peterson has it all-a great job, plenty of money, and a fine fiancée in former model Paisley Terrell. They're all set to get married just as soon as she signs a prenuptial agreement, but there's just one problem..."Paisley don't do pre-nups!" As war wages and trusts start to crumble, it turns into an all-out battle of the sexes. Paisley's best friend, Trina, tries to convince her to "get paid," while Caleb's friends try to prevent him from "getting played." With her relationship in jeopardy, Paisley turns to ex-boyfriend Bobby Trumane, who promises to give her everything her heart desires. Paisley soon realizes that what one man won't do, another man will...but is that what she wants?
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Je'Caryous Johnson is co-founder and CEO of I'm Ready Productions, a theatre production company based in Texas. A four-time national championship playwright, Je'Caryous received the NAACP 2007 Trailblazer Award and is the youngest producer/playwright to garner national media attention. Best known for adapting best-selling novels into plays, Johnson decided to branch out and write his own novels to go along with his theatre productions-such plays include Men, Money & Gold Diggers and Whatever She Wants. Both plays were performed nationally and included actors and music recording artists such as: Vivica A. Fox, Leon, Ginuwine, Tank, Brian McKnight, Malik Yoba, and many more!
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A wealthy investment banker with a swagger like Denzel Washington learns that money can't buy love in a muted novelization of Johnson's stage play of the same name. Caleb Peterson has no trouble getting fly-ass ladies, but things never seem to work out: Kendra's after his wallet, Asia's just too sweet, and as for Miss Bud Light—well, Caleb doesn't even know her name until after they're in the buff (though he learns her 42 double-Ds are named Water and Melon). When beautiful former model Paisley Terrell enters the picture, things start to look up for Caleb, and soon enough he's giving his heart away yet again. His friends warn him not to give his cash away as well, so when Caleb makes an impromptu marriage proposal, talk of a prenup soon follows. Paisley protests, and complications, both romantic and economic, ensue. Johnson is a force in contemporary African-American theater, but without actors adding life to his words, the dialogue is stiff and the characters two-dimensional. (Apr.)
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