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Little Black Girl Lost 2 by Keith Lee Johnson
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Jan 04, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: must-read-series
Read in February, 2006

Unfinished Business

Johnnie Wise was once a good church going Christian. It was Christmas Eve almost two years ago when her virginity was auctioned off, manufacturing her into a prostitute turned adulteress and now an accessory to murder.

Little Black Girl Lost 2 follows up with Miss Johnnie Wise after a vicious race riot that tore through the black owned Sable-Parish. If it wasn't made clear in book one, it is officially confirmed that Miss Johnnie Wise possesses that potent stuff. The men who are surrounding her are all willing to risk their own lives and those around them in an effort to be triumphant in her eyes.

Johnnie has decided that she needs to identify with the Beauregards', her white relatives. It's not long before she realizes that both families' behavior is a lot alike. With her power, beauty and knowledge, can Johnnie be accepted into the family despite her skin color?

Lucas Matthews is the boy that Johnnie truly loves. She knows that he is hurt by her deception and she's decided to fight to the end to win back his favor. Lucas has become a powerless love slave, but to how many women? Though he understood Johnnie's "profession" it still hurts him. Can he deal with her fascination of his employer?

Napoleon Bentley is a dangerous, devious and powerful man. Although Johnnie is young in age, she is unlike any other woman he's been with. So much so that he's waged a war against his unsuspecting pawn to win her love. Will she tumble into his grasp?

Little Black Girl Lost 2, while entertaining, was not as interesting as part 1 and at times is droning.

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