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One of A Kind (Book 1)

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Paula Copeland is tired of always being the bridesmaid but never the bride. As she and three of her friends come together for the wedding that will leave her as the only single one among them, she really starts to put the pressure on her lawyer boyfriend Jaleel for them to tie the knot.

A high-maintenance woman, Paula is the successful owner of a thriving women's boutique a
Kindle Edition, 103 pages
Published (first published September 3rd 2011)
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“One of a Kind’ is a lovely novella about a girl who drifts from her faith and gets involved with a selfish and shallow man who is only interested in taking advantage of her.

The characters are beautifully portrayed and I especially loved Aunt Eevie. The writer has truly caught the essence of the heroine’s dear old aunt. Just reading the dialogue written in the vernacular of this elderly black lady puts you right into the setting of the Deep South. I loved her from the minute she is introduced. S
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Maxine Billings is a native of Villa Rica, GA. She now lives in Temple, GA with her husband Tony and their children Natasha and Stefan.

Maxine has enjoyed reading and writing as far back as she can remember. During her summer vacations from school, she participated in the reading program at the local library and spent most of her time reading. She also likes to write poetry. In the tenth grade, one
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