Full Figured

Full Figured Brenda Hampton La Jill Hunt
  • Title: Full Figured
  • Author: Brenda Hampton La Jill Hunt
  • ISBN: 9781601622181
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Full Figured Brenda Hampton La Jill Hunt Full Figured Full Figured features two stories by bestselling authors Brenda Hampton and La Jill Hunt to give readers what they ve been asking for passionate empowering stories about big beautiful women
    Full Figured features two stories by bestselling authors Brenda Hampton and La Jill Hunt to give readers what they ve been asking for passionate, empowering stories about big, beautiful women.
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    About Brenda Hampton La Jill Hunt


    1. Hampton is a native St Louis, with a gift and passion for writing She maintained journals for several years, but it wasn t until she read Terry McMillan s Disappearing Acts that she considered taking her writing adventures to another level In 2002, Hampton completed her memoir, along with two fiction novels Two s Enough Three s a Crowd and How Can I Be Down The following year, she completed thrilling sequels to both novels and additional bestselling novels followed thereafter Hampton is known for bringing the heat to readers, and her literary career is filled with many accomplishments She is an Essence Magazine Bestselling Author, she was named a Favorite Female Fiction writer in Upscale Magazine by O.O.S.A she is a 2009 African American Literary Award Nominee for her mystery novel, The Dirty Truth, and was awarded Best Female Writer by Infini Promoters Her dedication to her career lead to a multi book deal through Urban Kensington Books in New York City, a publishing house that she refers to as her literary home.In addition to writing, and having an entrepreneur spirit, Hampton manages her own insurance business where she works as an Insurance Broker for many customers throughout the St Louis metropolitan area She is also the founder of VOICES Books Publishing, VOICES Books on Wheels and VOICES Magazine VOICES is the place where every voice can be heard, and Hampton uses her publishing company to assist writers through the POD process Her goal has been to work with motivated writers who deserve a chance in this very challenging book industry She s been referred to as the go to person by many aspiring writers, and works as a literary representative for some of the most talented, upcoming and established authors today Including, National Bestselling author, Keisha Ervin Urban Books Kensington , 2007 s Best Male Writer, Darrin Lowery Urban Books Kensington , OASIS Strebor Simon Schuster , Silhouettes Urban Books Kensington , Curtis Alcutt Strebor Simon Schuster and E.V Adams Strebor Simon Schuster , Tia Hines Urban Kensington and Kaya Henderson Urban Kensington Hampton s latest releases are Don t Even Go There, Full Figured 1, The Dirty Truth and Book 6 of the Naughty Series Naughty includes Hampton s most loveable, desired, and outrageous character, Jaylin Rogers Readers can t get enough of this bad boy and his continued drama goes on in Naughty No More Other novels include Two Wrongs Don t Make a Right, SLICK, How Can I Be Down , No Justice No Peace, a Girls from Da Hood collaboration with Brenda Hampton, Keisha Ervin and Ed McNair, and Who or What is in that Closet , a children s chapter book that Hampton wrote with her son, Aaron Littlejohn.


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    1. Significant Others, Who Ya Wit by Brenda Hampton At 40, Desa Rae, a divorcee whose only son has just left for college has become a recluse Lonely and still in love with the ex, she spends her free time reading or watching TV When she accidentally meets Roc, a 24 year old thug, she can t help the naughty thoughts It s not long before the two are tearing up the sheets Age is not the biggest difference between the two Desa finds herself smothering Roc with her mothering Used to having it his way al [...]

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    2. I loved this book nd like previous post the back of the book didn t fit with the second half.The second story didn t match up, regardless it was a good read, finished the first story in one day, the other in a few hours, due to the short chapters.I loved Who Ya Wit , it kind of reminded me of some of the drama going on with my boyfriend nd the way Roc acts lmao yea they r so a like But I don t have any kids lol, nd I m only 18 But the lifestyle match ups and some other book events made me think [...]

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    3. Carl Weber is an awesome author and this book Carl Weber Presents is an accurate representation of his knowledge of good, attention getting writing in a writer The authors in this particular book are Brenda Hampton Naughty series and LaJill Hunt Around the Way Girls series and these two women are totally awesome writers Brenda and LaJill write a novella a piece designed around full figured women being the heros aren t they supposed to be and these stories keep your attention from the first page [...]

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    4. Let me say once again that I LOVE Brenda Hampton She pens the most interesting stories and her male characters just ooze off the pageslol This as a very good read I ordered the next part of this story on my Kindle got it for Xmas because this couple was just too hot together

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    5. Follow me on Twitter twitter CarlWeber_UBConnect with me on Facebook facebook pages Carl WeCheck out all my interviews and trailers on youtube UrbanBooks

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    6. I wish the stories had centered of the trials and triumphs of plus sized black women as advertised and less of the whims of troubled black men caught up in the game Picture me with a Bechdel test, red pen and furrowed brow Aside from the unchallenged insinuation that short tempered, misogynistic man children and criminals are the best fat black women can hope to do, weight seems to be a forgotten footnote both in the characters existences and in the stories themselves Who Ya Wit was particularl [...]

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    7. The cover makes you want to read it and I was pleased with the first part who ya wit but the second story had nothing to do with the first I m not much of a reader of many short stories I like one book at a time I love Carl Webber books though so I was a little disappointed.

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    8. Decisions Full Figured Plus Size Divas is what appears to be the first of a series of books in which the heroines are full figured women For that, I am hopeful and appreciative as too many books today aren t practical as the average American woman is a size 12, but according to some reports now a 14 So with the first of to come, Carl Weber went with two authors with resumes guaranteed to bring the drama Brenda Hampton s Who Ya Wit features Desa Rae Jenkins At forty and recently divorced, Desa R [...]

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    9. Carl Weber Presents Full Figured Plus Size Divas is a collection of two short stories featuring women who are, as one book club member put it, large and in charge The first story, Who Ya Wit , is about Desa Rae She s a 40 something recently divorced office worker who becomes involved with 24 yr old studly bad boy Roc Desa Rae certainly has diva ish qualities in that she is very self assured and dominates the people in her life son, ex husband, boss EXCEPT when it comes to Roc We were all disappo [...]

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    10. Let me confess that I am not an urban fiction reader I know, I know, but I am a fantasy girl that leans towards high fantasy and dystopias But as a plus sized woman, I was intrigued by this series This is book one in the Full Figured installment The book has two short stories One titled Who Ya Wit by Brenda Hampton and the other, Seven Year Itch by La Jill Hunt In Who Ya Wit we find 40 year old Desa Rae who has just come off a divorce and is being swept away by a street thug, Roc, who happens t [...]

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    11. Two stories of plus size women and the men in their livesIn Who ya Wit, Desa Rae, is in a funky mood and feeling lonely with an emptiness and a recent divorce But when she meets the fine as wine Roc, he puts a pep in her step.o bad age seems to be a barrier other things.In Seven Year Itch, Avery is a fluffy diva who turned the head of Duke, a bad boy as hard as they come With their life together, many changes were made and now years later, some have to be madeo bad Avery isn t willing Who ya Wi [...]

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    12. I typically don t set high expectations for urban fiction but Who Ya Wit was especially awful Like, really, really bad I hated Desa Rae She talked out of both sides of her mouth for the entire book and the only thing that kept me reading until the end was the hope that she would wake up and find her backbone she never does She s whiny, makes piss poor decisions and blames everybody but herself for the bad outcomese s dependent on men who don t even respect her and she has no respect for herself [...]

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    13. New Subgenres in Fiction Workshop book club selectionThe protagonist in Who Ya Wit was completely delusional She kept declaring what a strong and independent woman she was yet was manipulated time and time again by Roc and made it clear that she was dependent on her ex for cash Desa Rae Jenkins, you are awful.Seven Year Itch was the better of the two stories Etienne Chanel was a hardworking diva and I really did want her to succeed in her work Co workers as hell.

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    14. CAN I JUST SAY DAMN IT WAS HARD TO PUT THIS BOOK DOWN It was 2 different short stories in this book and both women were secure with their looks The stories were believable and shocking at the same time I really enjoyed this book and both stories and finished it in 1 1 2 days only putting it down because I had to get some sleep for work I cannot wait to read the second book Please support these authors You will not be let down

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    15. Story 1 Who Ya Wit by Brenda Hampton is the reason why this book is getting 4 stars like 3 1 2 stars I enjoyed Dez and Roc s story hoping for on those two.Story 2 Seven Year Itch by La Jill Hunt was NOT at all what I expected but in the end I would still like to know what happens with Avery and Dukebut I have read much better from Ms Hunt

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    16. I really enjoyed this book especially Who Ya Wit It was off the hook Because it let you imagine how a full figured woman with age can hook up with someone young With energy and bring back the youth in you I wish it was a sequel to this book Brenda Hampton has it going on her writing.

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    17. Follow me on Twitter twitter CarlWeber_UBConnect with me on Facebook facebook pages Carl WeCheck out all my interviews and trailers on youtube UrbanBooks

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    18. I borrowed this book from the library because it said Carl Weber presents so since he is one of my favorite authors, I thought it would be a good read Uh, no I couldn t even finish this book because I hated everything about it.

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    19. The plot was nice I just didn t like the fact that at 40 year of age the chick was still being played.d the fact that she went along with it just pissing me off.The relationship was nice for a minutes but I got bored with itbut the book was a good read.

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    20. I tried to like this book,But the main character, Desa got on my nerves I guess I was expecting so much and I m unsure I want to read the rest of the series It did have it moments and I laughed a few times, but it just wasn t what I expected I give it 3 stars

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    21. I loved the first half of this book, but for some reason the last half of the description did not match what was in the story, or either i had a different edition in which case the book is 309 pages t 200, but i liked it anyway.

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    22. My favorite story was Who Ya Wit Made me a Brenda Hampton fan.

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    23. Loved it great stories

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    24. Full FiguredLove Carl Weber enough said Love the characters in the first story They are very relatable I fell in love with ROC He is the bad boy gone good.

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    25. Brenda Hamptons story was AWESOME Ran out and found part TWO

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    26. It was a great book but had a huge mistake Synopsis on the back of the book did not match the story However the stories were still good Learned that no matter your size, you can still be a diva.

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    27. Thoroughly enjoyable stories.

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    28. I only liked the first book

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