As a child Shanae would always write her thoughts, dreams, and emotions. Her reasoning was if you see it, you can achieve it. From Spiro, OK, a small town girl with big plans, she set out in this world to conquer and add her style and different point of view of writing to the game. Now with flames coming from her pen and passion in her heart Shanae enters the game eager to set the literary world on fire, with the success of her first book release “Loving the Mic.” Shanae sets out to heat the summer with her sophomore release of “Loving the Jones”
About her book, Loving the Mic
Sasha has everything she ever wanted, a successful career as a radio personality, a budding relationship and the love of her family and friends. Opening a door to a new opportunity will change everything as she knows it. Sasha is excited about her newfound career working with the handsome William Vanderbilt. It’s no secret that William is interested in more than just business, and there would be no denying the intense chemistry between the two.
William is the owner of a lucrative television network and is looking for new talent along with a new love. When he finds it all at once as he meets with the desirable Sasha, not only does he plan to make her the number one host in the Dallas area but also the love of his life.
Alexis and Sebastian are traveling a rocky road when it comes to searching for love. As they find new love with familiar people, they discover they didn’t have to look very far since love was staring them right in front of their faces.
As things progress in everyone’s lives, something that no one could expect will rock them to the core. Will Sasha be able to juggle business and her personal life? Will William get what he wants or will he ruin everything he’s built?
Most Favorite Book Review
4.0 out of 5 starsAmazingly Great Read
ByLaTanya Garryon December 19, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Outside of a few editing issues. This was a unique, hilarious, and amazing story but it got serious at the end. Terrance knew he was trifling for what he pulled and how he did Sasha. Sasha should have known something was off about Jeffrey because he was showing signs that he was crazy and had stalker tendency. Trina knew she was a bitter mess, although she had a good reason to be angry. Sebastian was looking for something he had already had but screwed up. I'm glad he finally realized that and owned up to it. It's a shame what Raven went through. It shows that people have a tendency of wearing masks until the right situation present itself and they take off the mask and show their true colors.