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Kasim Moreland was totally unprepared to deal with Giselle Braxton. Not only was she out of his league, but the woman was brilliant. Every time Kasim thought he finally was ahead of her, she showed him that he wasn't. Checkmate.
Giselle Braxton isn't looking for love or help. The 25-year-old multi-millionaire is simply focused on expanding her empire.
In this self-titled novel from national best-selling author Nako, experience a woman who has everything but at the same time nothing at all.
All the money in the world couldn't make her happy or change the one flaw that kept her from being open to love, or so she thought.
Kasim wanted to love her flaws and all; her imperfections didn't keep him away. But she couldn't see that.
Giselle is a story that connects with every woman who never felt good enough. Behind closed doors, after the makeup is removed and once the workday ends, what is left on your mind? When looking in the mirror at your natural self, are you okay? Giselle challenges listeners to bring it all to the forefront while opening up hearts and minds in this heartfelt story.
Author's note: This book is a stand-alone novel, not a series.
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- Pasha G.
a moving story of a redemptive process because of one women's faith in God. Prayer works even in the most tragic times in life.
- Vette J.
The book is great!
The narrator sucks big time! Naw sis don’t use this guy NO MORE!
Never a Dull Moment
Read this on Kindle was excited to see it on Audible. Nako's books are not for the faint of heart if you can't take heartache and drama don't listen to this. That being said the journey of K and G was most definitely a rough one but in the end they got it together. My issue was the narration. I would have liked a male and female voice. I especially did not like the narration of Kaseem's voice it sounded like he was trying to hard.