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Lucy & Phyllis is a Certified B Corporation that meets the highest standards of social and eveironmental impact.

Where, oh where, have Farah's roommates all gone?

When Farah Cotton places a classified ad stating, "Cute redbone female looking to share a luxury apartment with another redbone female," many women apply. One look at the lush apartment in Washington, D.C., and every fly girl around wants a chance to call Platinum Lofts her new home.

The moment Farah lays eyes on Lesa Carmine, a pretty young woman with an active lifestyle and a sunny disposition, she knows she's found the perfect girl for her ultimate plan. The two become fast friends—until Farah becomes intrusive and then her siblings move in, violating Lesa's privacy. Farah seems dangerous when she's around them, and Lesa attempts to sever ties without paying rent. 

Feeling overcome with blinding rage, Farah finds all kinds of ways to seek revenge. From poisoning to spreading vicious lies, she makes it known that she doesn't take Lesa's brush-off lightly.

When Lesa snoops around in Farah's past and discovers who she really is, she makes a grave mistake, one that could jeopardize her life. Brace yourselves, because just when you think you have it figured out, you'll realize you don't.

ISBN-13: 9781601624932

Publisher: Kensington

Publication Date: 04-01-2012

Pages: 288

Product Dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.50(d)

Series: RedBone Series

When T. Styles is not creating, she is running her award-winning publishing house, The Cartel Publications, and her movie production company, Cartel Urban Cinema. She has penned more than ten novels, including the Shyt List series. She has been featured in TheUrbanBookSource. as one of the Most Underrated Authors, Don Diva magazine, Urban-Reviews., Washington City Paper, the Baltimore Sun, and Essence magazine.