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In "Live and Learn," national bestselling author Bryant introduced unforgettable friends Alize, Dom, Moet, and Cristal. Now the ladies are back--with even more drama in tow.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Dafina (first published June 1st 2008)
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Felicia A
Eh. Whatever. Not horrible and not great. Would have helped to have read Live and Learn first, which of course I found out HALFWAY THROUGH THE BOOK was the first one. It's not really that this one cannot stand alone, but they keep referring to people that aren't actually in the story who must have been major characters in the first one, and that info would have been helpful.
The is the seuqel to Live and Learn. I liked it because as they matured they all learned that there was more to life than designer clothes and street hoods. Life kicked them in the butt as it does so many young people with their heads in the wrong places.
It was so good but I hate the ending
The name-brand dropping! Blah! A terrific writer but it felt like I was reading an ad for Gucci products a lot of the times. You can describe a product without going Gucci this, fendi that, Ralph Lauren this...truly annoying. That is gonna turn me off from reading more books by this author. I loved the themes in the book though redemption, forgiveness, love, finding yourself.I'm glad and sorta upset how the author portrayed therapists but it's just a book.
Ashley Teagle
I really enjoyed this sequel to Live and Learn. This is another fast paced book full of drama. There was a bit of homophobia that I could have done without in this book, but other than that, it was exactly what I've come to expect of Bryant's writing.
Even though I found this very predictable, I thought it was interesting and it followed the format, so it pretty much did what it was supposed to do.
Octavia Brunson
This book was amazing about the fou friends who went through so much. It reminded me of my friends and I and the things we went through or are going through.
I really enjoyed enjoyed this book, each character had their issues but their friendship stayed strong.
book was ok but not as much drama as the first one can't wait to read the last one
This book was ok. A lot of drama, but nothing new with these 4 ladies.
This was a really good book. I really didn't like the way it ended.
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Niobia Bryant was born and raised in the Central Ward of Newark, New Jersey to Letha and Ernest. She has one brother, Caleb. Bryant reveals her mother's struggles to raise them alone while her father fought a drug addiction. She credits her mother for introducing her to books at an early age.

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