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Bio

Joyce d’Mot resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and three children. She presides as president of the Women’s National Book Association, Atlanta Chapter. Joyce was born in the United States Virgin Islands and is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University.

Joyce loves languages and to the chagrin of her children, recently fell in love with rap music. Travel, reading and fine dining rounds out her interests. As a hospice administrator whose days tend to be defined by death and dying, writing has become her escape. She loves life, friendship and is a romantic at heart.

Genres

Contemporary
Other (Fiction)
Romance
Thriller
Women's Fiction

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I Give You Me

Book Two of the Hard Love Series

Syeda Blackwell is familiar with loss. Her life thus far has been defined by it—beginning with her father, who mysteriously disappeared when she was a child. Most recently she lost her mother to cancer. Both losses haunt her, but are out of her control. The loss of the man she loves? She caused that with her lies. 

Syeda has resigned herself to a future without Christopher ‘Peace’ Whiten. Craving him, while feeling shame for what she did seemed to be her way of life. Now they are back in the same city and his forgiveness is all she wants. But Christopher is not an easy man—dark and hard to read. He owns her without words, consumes her with just a look—Not the type of man who would forgive.

I Give You Me tells the love story of Syeda and Christopher.

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Fifteen Ball Gowns

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Risking it All

Who can you trust?

Kenya wants to save Simon. Simon wants Kenya to trust him. There is more than enough hurt between them to keep them apart. There is also Simon's fugitive status to consider.

Risking It All follows Kenya and Simon as their worlds collide in an unexpected mash-up of uncertainty and desire. Can they navigate a minefield of emotions and close calls to find and maintain their freedom and maybe even love—with or without each other?

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