Soul Mates Dissipate (Soulmates Dissipate Series #1)
Bringing the soulful, sexy, and totally uncensored voice of black women to readers everywhere, Mary B. Morrison is blazing a new trail in African American erotic fiction that has made her one of the most exciting, and most popular, authors writing today.Soulmates Dissipate
Exquisite ebony-skinned fashion photographer Jada Diamond Tanner may have her pick of fine men, bu...more
I can appreciate a fun, cheesy melodrama now and then, but this is just horrible. This is the first of a best-selling series by a well-known African-American author. I wish I could understand what people find interesting about it.
The writing is atrocious. Morrison's descriptions are totally redundant. Her "dark chocolate skin," his "caramel hand," her "dark chocolate thighs," his "caramel shoulders." So on and so forth. I think she tells about his "six foot frame" at least six t ...more
This review is from: Soulmates Dissipate (Paperback)
I was blown away from the various turns and directions this book takes you on. Although the meat of the book pertains to a couple contemplating on taking their relationship to the next level,it provided a spritual context as well. I was impressed with minister in this book. One of favorite parts of the book is when the minister tells the congregation to pick a incarcerated pen-pal to write ...more
SOULAMTES DISSIPATE is the story of Jada and Wellington, two people in love and and engaged to be married... but for how long? The two are made out to be this perfect couple, but that is soon tested when Melanie, a long-time friend of Wellington's family comes into the picture.
Wellington's mother is not fond of Jada, because she doesn't fit into her "class of people". ...more
Uunnecessarily, overly descriptive throughout:
"His black silk pajama pants - imported from Italy - hung below his waistline...His bare caramel-candied chest looked like heâd hired a professional ...more
Jada Diamond Tanner. In her name, lies excellence, beauty, intelligence and honesty.
She expected the finer things in life from those involved, and nothing less. As a photographer, she captured souls through the view her lens would provide. It was what she loved to do.
With men at her heels, Jada never lacked for companionship. What she did miss, was the fullness a relationship could provide.
Enter Wellington Jones...a man with the looks, means and willpower t ...more
There was one point where she describes a rub and it is so vivid that you literally feel you know this rug or as if it is a part of your home. This is a GREAT tool used by many writers it is actually one you learn as you a ...more
But while the love she shares with Wellington is exhilarating, Jada finds herself facing challenges she never could have imagined-from Melanie Thompson, bright, beautiful, and talented, but hungry for the love she ...more
Jada and Wellington went through a lot. They were soulmates. I really enjoyed this book. It had twists that weren't seen but understood. If you haven't read a Mary B. Morrison book this is a good one. I would recommend this book.
I read this and I like that these were prominent blacks, who were willing to help people. That is very important. It seemed like they were more attached sexually than through the heart, and it was predictable. I will read part 2 just to see what unfolds. Maybe this should be the all African American soap opera we're missing.
She writes for Kensington Publishing Corporation as Mary B. Morrison and Grand Central Publishing as HoneyB. In her novels Mary addresses social and sexual issues while empowering her female charact ...more