Book Review: Black & Ugly by T Styles, Triple Crown Publicationscategories: Book, Urban Fiction, Hood, African-American Fiction, Insecurity, Street Hot, Self Esteem
Author: T Styles
Publisher: Vickie Stringer
I Loved This BookIt was thoughtful and mindful of a problem a lot of women are faced with: self esteem. Sometimes the grass is not always greener on the other side. Sometimes we must distance ourselves in order to see how remarkable we can be. The messages in this story really spoke to me. The main character did have it going on and it was nice for her to finally see it for herself. It also had some humor to it as well. I cried when she got caught in the hallway with the stick up kid. That exchange had me rolling.
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