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Sunshine & Rain
by Dawn Desiree
Sunshine & Rain is the story of two young divas who come from different parts of the streets of Washington, D.C. With their families torn apart from the vicious life of the streets, Sunshine & Rain find each other living with the same foster mother, Cathy, who has a secret life of her own.
Paperback, 260 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Triple Crown Publications
(first published July 14th 2003)
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So I was in Wal-Mart and saw this book I bought it because It was under Triple Crown.Well to start out this book is a good read,but I felt it left something out Like did Brian know about Diego and Sunshine ? How much money did the girls find in the wall and the safe??Did Rain know Little Degio w as really her ex's son and did Sunshine have HIV??? I will definitely recommend this read but i just wanted know those answers....
omqee dhis bukk wus wonderfuL...itz bout two gurLs named Sunshine and Rain.they're parents jus died and they are put into foster care.they end upp wit dis ladiie who is very wealthy makkn money off of drug sellinq.they qet into very deep thinqs which involves one of their caretakkers druq seLLer.they set him upp for revenqe and it ends upp qoinq down thee wronq way.at thee end they learn sumthnq tht chanqes their lives in a qudd and badd way.I qive dhis bukk 5 stars its sadd yet very appeaLinq ...more
this was the worst book ever. And i'm very sure that Dawn Desiree has never even seen child services or what they do by a long shot. All she did in this book was write about the stuff that 15 year-olds should NOT be doing. I believe that this book was completely inaccurate from beginning to end. The sex scenes that she put in this book were explicit,uneeded,gross,crass,and other words that aren't even coming to mind right now.Save the book writing for someone who has the talent to do it.
. Excellent book for the Young ladies. I borrowed this book from the library for my daughter and I to have a book discussion. Right on point with everything that is going on around us now. I liked that the author created three strong women, and yet they all had flaws. I can't wait to read the sequel. Thanks Dawn Desiree.