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Never Enough (Secret Society #2)

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Some prayed for my death, but I didn't go anywhere. I was a bad bitch before - wait 'til they see me now....
In a single act of violence, beautiful gold digger Celess lost her best friend, Tina, and her good looks. She also lost her former love, Michael, when he learned her secret. Now depressed, suicidal, and horribly disfigured, Celess gets a phone call that changes her l
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Touchstone (first published January 1st 2008)
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In a lot of ways this novel was better then it's prequel but I do have to say that I am disappointed that Celess didn't seem to learn much of anything after all she has been through. After her best friend was shot to death and Celess was shot in the head at close range after being found out in part one, we find her yet again knocking on death's door and when she pulls through she doesn't become a better person. All she did was learn to hide her secret better by getting tons of plastic surgery, ...more
May 03, 2015 Kitani rated it it was amazing
This picked right up where Secret Society left off. One would think that after everything Celess went through, she would at least get her life right and stop trying to run game. No matter what Celess had going on it seemed as if she couldn't get right. From the harsh reality of knowing she'd never please her mother to her secret being revealed. Things began spiraling out of control and Celess kept digging herself into a much deeper hole. She made her transformation complete but didn't always ...more
Christiana Harrell
Mar 21, 2013 Christiana Harrell rated it it was ok
This book was just okay for me. Secret Society was a much better read. I read it in three hours and found it to be boring up until her secret was revealed, which was predictable of course. I felt that Si-Si picked up where Tina had left off before she turned her life around and it was back to a doomed duo. There was too much name dropping and shopping in this book for me. There was more focus on the life that surrounded Celess than on her life itself. Celess learned nothing from what happened in ...more
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Sep 23, 2008 Lesa Divine) rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-it, i-own
I have to say I loved this book second book I read by Miasha makes me want to get more of ther other books. Celess was a man trapped in a womans body that have been throw hell and back. Getting the nervous to change her life by getting her sex change and starting over sleeping her way up to the top. She had her pass following her as she got up to Hollywood and became well know. She found her best friend side kick Si Si how also had problems of her own as they find in each other sleeping there ...more
Jul 15, 2011 J rated it really liked it
(FROM JACKET)In a single act of violence, beautiful gold digger Celess lost her best friend, Tina, and her good looks. She also lost her former lover, Michael, when he learned her secret. Now depressed, suicidal, and horribly disfigured, Celess gets a phone call that changes her life.
Her heartbreak and a near-death experience transform Celess into a woman whose healed spirit takes her in new directions-and straight into a modeling contract with one of Hollywood's top agencies. In Los Angeles, s
Dec 25, 2009 Miasha rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: my-novel
The readers asked for this one!!! Never Enough (Secret Society 2) was one of the most anticipated novels in urban lit history!!

I simply gave them what they were begging for...and I must say I delivered. The twist in this sequel left my fans and readers even thirstier for a third installment...Thanks to pairing Celess, the main character, up with another vixen who turns out to be someone my readers never expected but graciously accepted.

This was a hit!!! But remember, read this after you've read,
Nov 02, 2008 Keyona rated it it was ok
It looks like there will be a third...woopty doo..I heard such good reviews and I must say I wasn't impressed. I was looking forward to hearing Si Si's story and heard nothing. The whole book I wanted to know about her and yet I heard only a couple of sentences at the end.I hate to be strung along..
Apr 23, 2014 Mashunda rated it liked it
This book was okay. But it's was so predictable and that annoyed me a little. I like to be shocked when I turn the page every now and then. It's was a decent read, but not my favorite. Overall, I did like the way the author writes. It Seemed to me like Si-Si was the one doing the schooling...
Eva Leger
Aug 19, 2008 Eva Leger rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: any urban lit readers
Recommended to Eva by: Miasha fan
Great sequel to Secret Society and Miasha left this open for a third book about Celess. in this she met a new best friend and during this time learned some pretty big secrets about her friends past. Typical Miasha- great urban lit read!
Dec 27, 2008 Toya rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: yes
Recommended to Toya by: the author
This book is amazing but you have to read the original book called Secret Society. Both are mind blowers. The twist in Secret Society is one you would never think of. I couldn't put this one down either.
Sep 13, 2008 Kellee rated it it was ok
I only read this book because I read the first one. It was ok, but just as boring as the first one. Too drama filled.
Jan 28, 2011 Kdb1806 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed it n for those of you who hated the end or wanted to know more about Si-Si jus read "Sistah for Sale". Miasha jus combined to books together. I can't wait to see what happens next.
Jul 16, 2010 Robert rated it really liked it
I am not a big fan of urban books but this kept my attention. Makes me want to read Secret Society as well.
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Aug 25, 2009 Kathy Garrick rated it liked it
The sequel to secret society. Was anticipating a real comeback for Miasha didn't deliver what I expected...
Oct 09, 2008 Sy rated it liked it
I liked this book because I love drama. But it ended horribly. I was very disappointed. I expect to see another book about these characters because she just left me hanging at the end.
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