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  • Kindle Edition
  • 198 pages
  • No Strings Attached Book 2
  • Yolanda Allen
  • English
  • 04 October 2019

About the Author: Yolanda Allen

When she s not watching movies, hanging out with family and friends or feeding her jewelry and shoe addiction you can find Yolanda building worlds where Sexy Sassy Southern women juggle life, family, career, and the sexy hunks that make it all interesting



10 thoughts on “No Strings Attached Book 2

  1. says:

    Sneaky suspicion So After reading part 1, I had a couple of red flags.1 Didn t like Roland, he was the worse No respect for women That guy who is a nice dog.2 way too much bs drama, so much so you barley see the couple develop as a couple3 Nagging suspicion that Roland was originally written as a black guy and on a whim the author decided to write an IR and chance his raceAfter reading part 2, Yup definitely hate Roland The drama again was way too much.Why so many women in these book are ridiculous weak jealous and hateful First time, I felt bad that a couple got an HEA.Let s just say I m convinced than ever Roland was originally written as a black character It s in the details Not impressed with these books at all.

  2. says:

    Worth paying for.Normally I do not read the serial books I am glad I did I even paid for the second book I was not disappointed It was really well written with a good story.

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