Something She Can Feel by Grace Octavia

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For a woman with her future all mapped out, life's about to go in a whole new direction. . .

Tuscaloosa, Alabama, may not be glamorous, but for Journey Cash, the small Southern town has always been enough. She has a loving husband, a great family, and she brings the house down at church with her beautiful, thunderous singing voice. But Journey wonders if her years as an obedient preacher's daughter have kept her from living the life she is meant to live. . .

When Dame, one of her former students, comes to visit after striking it big as a rap star, Journey gets a taste of the fast-lane life that has passed her by. Dame is exciting, unpredictable, and sexy, and Journey is ready to trade in her seemingly perfect existence to simply feel one thing that's real. Soon, she finds herself running from everything in her world into the arms of Dame—and the ride of her life. . .

"This wonderful book holds your attention from beginning to end. There are surprises at every turn, and no detail is left unexplained...This book will inspire you to take charge of your own life." --Romantic Times

"Entertaining from the start." --APOOO Book Club


About Grace Octavia

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GRACE OCTAVIA is a native of Westbury, New York. Her writing has appeared in Sisterfriends by Michele Agins and Julia Chance and Rolling Out magazine, where she was editor-in-chief. She is currently working on her PhD at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Published July 1, 2009 by Kensington Books. 433 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By Donnica Carter • Jul 14th, 2009 • Category: Book Review 2009 • Email This Post • Print This Post In Grace Octavia’s SOMETHING SHE CAN FEEL, Journey DeLong seems to live the perfect life.

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