Boldly sexy, raucously funny, and unfailingly honest-all readers will be able to identify with, and fall in love with, these original stories from the hottest male voices in African-American Fiction.
Got to Be Real is a thrilling collection of four original love stories, told by fellas who get pulses racing from Los Angeles to New York, Chicago to Detroit. New York Times bestseller E. Lynn Harris shares a heartwarming Valentine's Day tale in "Money Can't Buy Me Love." A man travels south of the border where he discovers that passion is a universal language in New York Times best-selling author Eric Jerome Dickey's "Cafe Piel". The balmy beaches of Jamaica lend a romantic backdrop to the love triangle that makes up Colin Channer's "I'm Still Waiting". And in Marcus Major's "Kenya and Amir," a playa recalls his relationship with the right woman and how he screwed it up.