So says Darius Jones. At twenty-two, he's grown. . .but he hasn't necessarily grown up. He still thinks the opposite sex exists purely for his satisfaction. Not that he doesn't know how to pleasure a sister;he just doesn't want them telling him the way it's going to be. But trying to be on top all the time only gets him into trouble with the women in his life--including Fancy Taylor. With a regal bearing and skin like brown sugar, Fancy's definitely intriguing. Darius is sure he'd enjoy sampling what the lady has to offer, but that's all. Fancy's past precludes her from being serious relationship material. Yet fate has a way of stepping in and putting the wrong people on the right path. . .
Caught between pride and the call of his own untrusting heart, Darius has a lot to learn: about life, women, and what it takes to find and nurture real love. And if he's not careful, he might just end up on the bottom of everything. . ..
"A page-turner that will keep readers' attention and entertain them in the process." --QBR, The Black Book Review on He's Just a Friend
"Morrison delivers a deep, passionate story that holds readers from beginning to end." --Black Issues Book Review on Never Again Once More
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