After two long years I’ve finally gotten around to releasing the sequel to my very first novel, “Let’s Be Friends,” and I feel so accomplished.
When I first created this novel it was meant to be a short story. I was going to keep it to myself, but the more I kept going back to read it the more I knew Rebecca and Nasir had a story that needed to be told in full. “Let’s Be Friends” wasn’t and isn’t the usual ghetto love story that people think of when they see or hear the words urban fiction. These fictional characters have real careers, real drama, real friendships and real hurt that they all find a way to get through. When I created this story I wanted my readers to feel like they could relate and to also feel like they are sittings at home watching their favorite movie or TV show.
Once I released Let’s Be Friends I got a great feedback, despite the lack of reviews that were left on Amazon. I kept being asked when I would be releasing the sequel, as I had left all my readers with a cliffhanger. The plan was to get the second book finished ASAP, but doubt came over me, especially after not getting the feedback I wanted from the first book.
Let’s Be Friends…Again had about 10 chapters finished that I kept looking at over and over again. Was I ever going to finish this book? Was it worth finishing? I knew I needed to. I felt I had an obligation not only to the fans of the story, but also to myself. After going back and forth with myself, opening and closing my laptop, I finally found the motivation to get it done. I couldn’t let this book be a rushed job because that’s just how much I cared about it. Now its officially here for you all to read!
“Out with the old, in with the new…maybe, we should just be friends too. In Let’s Be Friends…Again, relationships are tested, trust is broken, and unlikely bonds are formed.
After a breakup with whom she thought was the love of her life, Rebecca sees that the grass is truly greener on the other side. She found unconditional love with Brandon, has a new office at work, and her bag is constantly growing. But, when Rebecca finds out through the grapevine that Nasir has a baby on the way, she begins to distance herself from Brandon and question herself as a woman.
Meanwhile, ex-boyfriend Nasir Wright learns that money doesn’t always bring you happiness. Finding it hard to let go of Rebecca, home-life is slowly crumbling, and his relationship is on a never-ending rollercoaster of emotions. Ashley begins to wonder if she made a mistake by inserting herself back into his life, as there’s a new problem with them almost every other day.
Will Rebecca and friends be able to deal with the issues from the past creeping back into their lives, or will it send them all in opposite directions?”