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This book contains adult content and is not recommended for readers under the age of eighteen. Eric Washington is a very successful Atlanta, Georgia born Afro-American family attorney, now a partner in his New York law firm. At first glance, Eric has everything a man his age could want: a great career, crazy and loyal friends, a nice car and home all of which are awesome. It is his love life that is kind of unsteady, which is not uncommon. We all have secrets and sometimes have to pretend to be as everyone else, just to seem normal. With diverse characters and lots of humor, this book is a must read for all.
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Larry T. Kemp, an aspiring author with a great imagination, loved storytelling in all forms as a child. Growing up in the Greenwood area of Morgan City, Louisiana, he enjoyed watching movies of all genres, watching cartoons, and listening to stories of family and history told to him by his elders. His biggest influence as a child was his late grandmother Ethel Mae Myles, known to him as MoMo. While she could be stern, outspoken and stubborn, she was fair and told her grandson never to quit or be discouraged by anything or anybody. Larry attributes his business sense to his father, Larry Sr., a former computer programmer and prominent business owner, and his sense of humor to his beloved and late mother, Patricia, a registered nurse.
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