CYNTHIA WHITE is the author of Boss Bitch Swag, a hard-hitting tale of compelling urban fiction.
About The Book
How does a married woman who has never once been unfaithful to her husband contract HIV?
Meesha Clark, a gorgeous young wife, mother, and budding fashion designer, is forced to ask herself that very question when what she thought would be a routine prenatal checkup turns out to be anything but routine...
Meesha meets the man she wants to devote her entire life to while she's still in high school. Falling in love with Boss, though, is the easy part; staying in love will prove to be a much harder task. When Meesha discovers that her heart's desire is not only a well-connected gangster, but is also next in line to head the mob that controls the entire city of St. Louis, she must make the most difficult decision of her entire young life. When she decides to stand by her man, it becomes painfully clear that, even though she's the only woman in his heart, she's not the only woman in his bed...
Malcolm "Boss" Clark knows better than to fall for a girl almost ten years younger than him. He's a man, and Meesha is just a girl, but there's something about her that won't let Boss walk away. Their relationship moves fast and burns hot, much like the city they call home. In the blink of an eye, they find themselves dangerously in love with two small daughters and their first son on the way. The love soon turns to hate, though, when Meesha's doctor breaks the news to her that she's HIV-positive. Certain that Boss contracted the virus from one of his numerous affairs, an emotionally distraught Meesha locks herself in a bathroom with her husband, then proceeds to point his own gun in his face and demand answers - but will the truth set her free, or just keep her bound...?
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Cynthia White is the Essence Bestselling Author of Queen and Always A Queen. She's been writing ever since she learned how to hold a pencil - and she wrote her debut novel, Queen, in one week. Cynthia was born and raised in St. Louis. Her father, whom she never met, was African-American, and her mother is half-Irish and half-Indian. Having grown up in a tough neighborhood, she saw many things that no little girl should have to see. Going through the motions for a long time trying to figure out her place in life, Cynthia wasn't sure what God put her on Earth to do. It wasn't until her senior year of high school, when a teacher encouraged her, that she even considered writing as a career.