Use Me or Lose Me by Maryann Reid
A Novel of Love, Sex, and Drama

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The fabulously fine, Farah Washington first appeared in Sex and the Single Sister. A junior correspondent to NBC News, she has always taken the fast track to love and success. Now she's determined to climb to the top of the media ladder, and she's willing to use every weapon in her considerable arsenal to do so. Then Farah meets Lenox Whitworth, a powerful, oh-so-fine lawyer who steps in to negotiate the station's contracts. But what he sees in her is the kind of sophisticated woman he needs and wants on his arm, in his life and in his bed. And Farah, sensing a prime opportunity, allows this powerful, handsome brother, to truly introduce her to the wicked indulgences of the rich and glamorous as he influences her career behind the scenes. They both believe that they've got a handle on a good thing, but they're both about to realize that they've met their match in each other.

Filled with love, sex, drama and glamour, Farah and Lenox take you on a wild ride.

 

About Maryann Reid

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Maryann Reid graduated from Fordham University. She has written for Black Enterprise, NV magazine and her novella "Single Black Female " appeared on USAToday.com. Reid is also the author of Sex and the Single Sister. She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published April 1, 2007 by St. Martin's Press. 292 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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This sassy sophomore effort brings back Farah Washington, an aggressive, charismatic character last seen climbing the corporate ladder in Reid's spicy debut, Sex and the Single Sister.

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