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Cheesecake and Teardrops

3.22 of 5 stars 3.22  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  4 reviews
As three best friends deal with issues of race, relationships, and body image, each learns that as bittersweet as life may be, it can be just as beautiful.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Urban (first published 2009)
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Desiree Watson
Charisma, Tangie and Heather have been friends since college. Charisma is good friends with Dex but she doesn't want to make a commitment to him. Tangie is dating Blade who is a good for nothing liar and cheat. Heather is a beautiful plus-sized woman who is taking weight loss pills to lose weight.

Charisma has been passed over for every promotion she has went for. The promotions have been given to Chase, the company slut who is a white girl. When Nate, the new boss comes in, he and Charisma have
It was kind of hard in the beginning for me to get into the book. But, once I got started, I couldn't stop read. Its good to see women sharing sisterhood and being able to accept each other for who they are, as well as, being there for one another. Like how Tangie and Heather was there for Charisma when her father died. In addition, I really admire the strengthen and strong-will of Charisma for accepting an outside child that her husband made by another woman and willing to raise it as her own. ...more
Dave B.
I wasn't to happy with this book. There was very little plot or character development. I hoped that there was and epiphany moment associated with there toast "behind every good woman is herself" but I didn't get much as the reader. A lot of pages (631) but very little substance.
This book was good. It did not take me a long time to read because it had me from the very beginning.
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