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Nicolette is a young black lawyer who struggles with the self as she wants to be seen. Her parents only see her as the child they raised, not the thirty year old woman she has grown into. Her friends see her based on their experiences with her: her sorority sisters as the girl that they pledged and crossed with; her law school friends as the smart girl that always near the top of the class; her high school friends as the shy, naive girl that they always tried to corrupt; her lifestyle friends as the strong, independent, dominant woman with undeniable skills; her sister-cousins as the little sister they never had that they have to protect and mentor; and her church friends as the pious Catholic girl. The men she dated mostly reduced her to their favorite body parts. Nicolette struggled with not living her life by others’ standards and expectations of her. She wrestles with the face that she can not be herself, her true self, around 90% of the people she know.
Can Nicolette work through her problems and learn to be the fierce person that she sees in the mirror?
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“Angelique Clemens spins a fantastic urban tale of love, loss, redemption and resilience that leaves you panting for more when the last page is turned.” Ashara Giles
“Angelique is excellent as an author and an overall powerful mid. This authentic journey will open your eyes to realities and conversations of the “self-concept” that need to be discussed.” Shawn T. Blanchard
“Excellent book with some unexpected twists. Easy to ready and very engaging.” Erica P.