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Giveaway & Guest Post: The Rich Girls - Honey B

California has never had a female governor. Garnishing the backing of the wealthiest women in California, Morgan convinces Brooks Kennedy to run for governor.

Morgan's campaign strategy is non-traditional. She convinces the team to sexually blackmail each of Brooks' opponents. They will do whatever it takes to get videos, pictures, even sperm DNA from Brooks' opponents. One-by-one each candidate is forced to withdraw from the governor's race. 

All goes according to plan until someone attempts to kill Brooks. With so many enemies, Brooks has no idea who wants her dead. Her enemy is closer than she imagines. 

When a secret is revealed, Morgan feels betrayed and will stop at nothing to get revenge. 






#1 Mistake Women Make When Dating by Honey B

Women fall in love with men that don’t love them.

Even female dogs don’t have that degree of loyalty. A man can degrade, disown, defame, deface, disrespect, and dehumanize a woman and some women will relentlessly chase that man crying, “Please don’t go. I love you.” Only a fool would flush a piece of poo, look into the toilet, and say, “Come back.” If he doesn’t love or want you, let him go.

Too many women view themselves as sex objects believing the way to a man’s heart is through her vagina. This is why some women allow a man to enter their paradise before she knows his middle name.

There are men that know they are not the best. They lack character, refuse to commitment, and some don’t have common sense. They in designer clothes, fine jewelry, and luxury cars to attract beautiful women they simply want to sex then it’s on to the next.

What’s missing for both? True love. A woman can’t miss what she’s never had. A man can’t give what he doesn’t possess. Before the average woman knows if he’s a loser or serial killer, she’s already planning their future together. In the process of planning, she overlooks her needs. That’s her mistake, not his.

I recommend women have fun dating. Don’t take yourself off the market until you know he’s the one. Remember, a man with his hand out needs to put his penis in it.

Best advice: Love yourself first.





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  1. You do some interesting giveaways. This one isn't the kind of book I normally go for, but it sounds good.

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  2. This one sounds great! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. I am looking forward to reading your work! You never cease to amaze me!!

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