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In ‘Character of a Man’, Seven Stephens seems to have it all, but is taken by surprise when her fiance tells her the wedding is off if she can’t lose 25 pounds in six weeks. She’s soon out the door and headed for a sensual workout that’s both sweet revenge and sweet surrender. ‘Sugar-Honey-Ice Tee’ introduces Blow, Nap and Tomere, three players from the hood.  Nicknamed Dirty, Dastardly and Depraved, these NFL stars have no problem living up to their names on and off the field. But when they scheme to take out the competition, they finally meet their match.

 
Published: March 2oth 2014

 

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Mary “HoneyB” Morrison, in 1999, decided to step out on faith and quit her near six-figure government job with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to become a writer saying, “I’d rather die a failure, than to have lived and never known whether I would become a success.”

Before Mary resigned, she laid the four month foundation writing and self-publishing her first novel, “Soulmates Dissipate” which quickly became an Essence National Best-eller. Today, Mary has also written a non-fiction self-help book entitled “Who’s Making Love”, a poetry book entitled “Justice – Just Us Just Me”, and several fiction novels, “Never Again Once More”, “He’s Just a Friend”,” Somebody’s Gotta Be on Top”, “When Somebody Loves You Back”, “Nothing Has Ever Felt Like This” (released August 1, 2006), is co-authoring a novel with New York Times best-selling author, Carl Weber, and recently completed her first screenplay for “Soulmates Dissipate”.

Mary’s novel, “Somebody’s Gotta Be On Top”, was the #1 National Best-seller on Essence for both January and February 2005.