The African American answer to Sex and the City--Maryann Reid's Sex and the Single Sister is a collection of hip, sexy, funny novellas about successful black women in their twenties, on the dating scene, making all the wrong moves.
A fine ambitious sister on the rise to stardom, junior correspondent to NBC News Farah has life on a string. And she's looking for a quick hook-up. But this sister's about to learn what happens when you take the fast track to love. . .
Alaya fled the projects, determined not to be anybody's baby-mama, got her degree, and opened her own accounting firm. Everything is perfect. All she needs now is that perfect someone. Only holding out for "Mr. Right" may mean missing out on love altogether. . .
Kenya, an almost-thirty successful investment strategist is plotting some strategies of her own to alleviate her "Can't Find a Husband" blues. So when her hot Latin neighbor's dog kicks sand in her face while she's meditating on the beach, she realizes that it not quite the first move she had in mind, but it seems to be fate. That is until an old flame comes strolling back into her life and she has to make a choice. . .
Alexis is fabulously fine and fresh out of a stifling relationship with the "right man." She's got a wild side (to put it mildly) she's been dying to release. Enter Mike, a strong brother with rough edges and enough daring to indulge fantasies Alexis didn't even know she had. . .
Waceera's travels all over the world have taught her one thing: there is no such thing as one good man. The world is her buffet and variety is the spice that keeps life yummy. The last thing on this sister's mind is settling down.