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    Midnight part 2 gangster love story

    I love this series! I hope that if and when the third part is finally published it will go into more detail about Midnight's life. This story developed in such a manner that I was hooked from the very beginning. I am curious to know what happens to all the characters. Sister Souljah has stolen my heart with her words.
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    Midnight And the meaning of Love

    Absolutely a great read. I am in search of a man like Mayonaka-Midnight that loves me the same way. This love story was so interesting with the many different cultures.
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    A Love Like This

    The vow of marriage is sacred no matter the tell religion, race, or creed. I try not to get offended or upset when a man asks where my man is, if I'm married.. When I say no, the question is almost always "why?" These same men aren't asking me to be polite, they see my outer beauty, finesse, maybe my soul shining through, and want it for themselves. Yet, they are unable, unwilling, and not suitable to have my hand. I'm a simple woman; understand that simple refers to my preferences and not my mind. I need certain things: security, loyalty, honesty, a kindred love. Even if it isn't solid, it will grow with the right foundation, nurturing, and light. Love doesn't look a certain way talk, dress, or maneuver like the next. It knows no bounds. It is selfless not selfish. I am living my life as a strong black woman knowing that one day I will have my mate.. My very own Mayonaka Ryoshi. This book is bomb! Yes, it's fiction, but it was realistic. Not everyone can have Midnight, but we as women can present ourselves with more grace and quiet elegance. In my experience, that DOES turn men on more than the exposed flesh. I'm not turning to Muslim faith, but I respect it when it is executed properly. It is not too risque or unconventional to me. It is simple. If this book doesn't change the way you look and see the things happening around you or want to change yourself for the better, than I believe you only read it to say you did and didn't capture everything for all it's worth.
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    Awesome

    This was best..lives the first but this was much better
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    Midnight and the meaning of Love

    Very interesting reading about the different cultures. Some things were unrealistic to me but it is fiction so I guess anything goes. Good read!
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