Publisher description for Every sistah wants it / Victor McClothin.


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Octavia Longbow has a complicated life: A job as a producer at Dallas's top radio station. An international hip-hop star for an ex-boyfriend. A handsome new man without a penny in his pocket. A group of strong-willed girlfriends who aren't afraid to share their opinions about everything under the sun. And a genius for revenge.

Octavia Longbow is a show producer at Hot 100, Dallas's top R&B radio station, and she wants what every sistah wants. Alphonzo, "The Radio Gigolo," would love to give it to her but she's holding out for I. Rome--a double-platinum superstar who's given her nothing but three years of hot loving and heartache. The last time I. Rome blew into town, he left with Octavia's purse and her self-respect. So when she meets drop-dead-gorgeous Legacy Childs after running him over with her car, she develops second thoughts about what love really means.

Cee-Cee Lovely, lady deejay extraordinaire, can get any man she wants-but Alphonzo has what she needs. Watching him chase after her best friend is hard to do. She wants to confide in Truest Muldoon, who is the best hairstylist a woman could hope for-but it's better not to trust Truest with anything involving a fine man. As if that's not enough, Alphonzo's been hanging out with Tony Tune, the morning radio host with a private pleasure palace filled with women, a million-dollar contract, and more tricks up his sleeve than an out-of-work magician.

If you ever wondered what really goes on down at the radio station, Essence bestselling author Victor McGlothin will take you for a Hot 100 joyride into the lives of the wildest deejays on the radio. "What goes on down at the station, stays at the station." Until now.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: African American women Fiction, Triangles (Interpersonal relations) Fiction, Radio producers and directors Fiction, Rejection (Psychology) Fiction, Rap musicians Fiction, Dallas (Tex, ) Fiction