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Her Good Thing As A Partner In A Successful Houston Ad Agency, Danetta Harris Can Check One Thing Off Her List Of Things To Accomplish Before She S Thirty Now She Can Concentrate On Getting Married And Starting A Family In Spite Of Being Burned Before, Danetta S Now Ready To Risk Her Heart Again And Forget About The Man She S Secretly Loved For Ten Years Fed Up With Pining For Him, Danetta Decides To Do Whatever It Takes To Find Her Mr Right, Right Now Caring, Charismatic And Sinfully Sexy, Marshall Windham Is Every Woman S Fantasy But After Years As A Major Player, Marshall S Had His Fill Of The Single Life He Realizes That The Perfect Woman Has Been In His Life All Along And It S Danetta Unaware Of Danetta S Get Love Now Plan, Marshall Unveils A Can T Resist Proposal Of His Own Will Marshall Be Able To Win Danetta And Convince Her That They Should Be Partners Not Only In Business, But Also In Love


10 thoughts on “Her Good Thing

  1. says:

    Story FAIRLY GOODIntimacy Level NICE GOODEnjoyment FAIRLY GOODThis was a nice story that included buts for me I liked what and who this story was about Danetta and Marshall are business partners What also makes their relationship special, they ve know each other since college Danetta has always had a thing for Marshall, but Mar


  2. says:

    This book is chock full of contemporary colloquial Afro American jargon, the sort that will become incomprehensible and obsolete in a decade The dialogue and writing is also oddly flat in some places, with characters repeating inner thoughts and loading their actions with a deadening emphasis In one case, where a man finds a woman has sl


  3. says:

    I enjoyed this short and sweet book Although this wasn t the usual hot and steamy romance it had great build up I was at times furious with Marshall with all his delusions and confusion Why in the world did it take 10 years, makeup, a haircut and some body hugging clothes to get him to open up his eyes and heart And Danettaoh Danetta, loving a man


  4. says:

    I didn t like this book as it s typically pro afro American and hard to accept when you re from Europe like me, but with lots of defaults the characters especially Marshall are annoying, they are educated and wealthy but talk like some poor teenagers, clich they like blues, disco , they are superficial, and too obsess with only other black people They talk


  5. says:

    This book tell about a love that one party is afraid to acknowledged and opted for friendship instead just as what Marshall did Danetta has been in love with Marshall for as long as she remember and doesnt seem be able to get out of it eventhough Marshall has told her that all they will have is only friendship between them On the other hand, Marshall seems to be a pl


  6. says:

    Danetta Harris is concentrating on getting married and starting a family She is going to toss aside the love for her partner she has harbored for ten years to find something real Someone to return love to her.Marshall Windham is every woman s fantasy, even that of our Danetta He has finally accepte...


  7. says:

    Not the BEST I ve ever readand not the WORSE I ve ever readthis is the first book I ve read by Ms Millershe gives a thoroughly detailed back storya SWEET and romantic conclusionand I m definitely INTRIGUED by Ryla...


  8. says:

    Vanessa Miller does it again I like how the author grabs your attention in the beginning and she keeps it going.I loved how the author pointed out certain experiences that we face isn t always about that person but it could actually be about yo...


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It showed the story of two individuals, Marshall and Danette, who really cared for and loved each other, and the perils they went through to convince the other of this Marshall real...


  10. says:

    Ehhnot my favorite read The plot dragged on at some point and the author seemed to struggle with effortlessly incorporating the spiritual aspect of the theme until late in the text The protagonist was a bit of a whiner at time...


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