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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. White Lines Ii Sunny A Novel to Book Page. Preview — Sunny by Tracy Brown. In her most stunning, riveting, unstoppable novel yet, bestselling and critically acclaimed author, Tracy Brown delivers the not-to-be-missed sequel to WHITE LINES On the surface, it appears that Sunny has got it all-looks, money, a beautiful home, a healthy daughter, and friends who love her.
But Sunny has a secret--something she hasn't even told her best friend. The truth In her most stunning, riveting, unstoppable novel yet, bestselling and critically acclaimed author, Tracy Brown delivers the not-to-be-missed sequel to WHITE LINES On the surface, it appears that Sunny has got it all-looks, money, a beautiful home, a healthy daughter, and friends who love her.
The truth is Sunny is unhappy. She still misses her beloved Dorian, and worries that no other man will ever captivate her the way he did. She dated some very powerful and successful men since Dorian's death. But will she ever find love again?
It's not long before Sunny is chasing those white lines again. And, when the truth finally explodes, will Sunny abe able to put her life back together again? Get A Copy. Paperbackpages. Published April 24th by St. Martin's Griffin first published January 17th More Details White Lines 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews.
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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 06, Jameya rated it liked it. Was holding off on reviewing this until my boyfriend got a chance to read it, and he just finished yesterday, soooo Basically, I thought the book was okay overall. Definitely nowhere NEAR as great as the first, but then, that was to be expected. That first book set the bar very, very, VERY high I just knew the second wouldn't be able to compete, and when I found out this one would be focusing more on Sunny, I figured that even more so, and after reading the book, that sure enough seemed to Was holding off on reviewing this until my boyfriend got a chance to read it, and he just finished yesterday, soooo I just knew the second wouldn't be able to compete, and when I found out this one would be focusing more on Sunny, I figured that even more so, and after reading the book, that sure enough seemed to be the case.
First off, the book was pretty slow overall to me. Most of it I thought was kinda slow, with maybe the last third or so of the book being the most interesting and quicker-paced, in my opinion.
I think that's another thing, though, that the first book set my expectation high on: the pace. With the first one, it seemed like there was ALWAYS a bunch of different things going on constantly -- a bunch of very different new things going on constantly -- and the storylines just seemed to move very quickly and were exTREMEly engaging the whole way through, very easily making the book a page-turner.
This one, however, wasn't a page-turner for me. I wasn't too thrilled to continue reading every time I returned to the book. Without getting into too much detail, I for the most part liked what was done with the Sheldon character, I liked Jada's and Born's storyline although I wasn't as crazy about Jada in this book, I thought Sunny's storyline was ok as I figured it'd be before I even began readingand the introduction to Malcolm was pretty straight, although I'd gotten a lil' tired of them after a while.
I've read a few different reviews that have mentioned that some of the characters in this book are from some of Tracy Brown's other books - folks like Olivia, Zion, and some other people. That makes a lot more sense, and I think if I'd read some of her other books I did read half of one other one -- Twisted -- but I can't remember the character namesI'd probably have a much greater appreciation for her incorporating these already well-established characters into this series.
We get some more insight into Dorian and Sunny's relationship and how they started, which was really cool -- I really liked that. I also loved Mercedes' and Sheldon's relationship and Mercedes' feistiness and realness like her mother. Seems quite probable! Although I know she doesn't have the greatest acting abilities, she isn't a NYer and she's quite a bit older than especially Sunny in the first one. Jada - Jada Pinkett. I think there could probably be someone else who could also fit this role, but this is the main person who's come to mind since I started the first book.
Like LisaRaye, though, she also kinda has age against her when it comes to this role. But that aside, I think she could do it! OH, I just had a revelation!! Yes, I think that's my new Jada - she'd be great.
Ava - Definitely Lauren London. By the way Ava is described, the way she seems to carry herself, and so on, I can't really imagine anyone else in this role.
I've mostly thought of Omar Epps, but I honestly don't think he's quite right. Nor Mekhi Phifer. The actor would have to be a cross between Omar and Mekhi honestly. Jury's still out on who'd be able to play Born. Dorian - I've long thought that Samuel L. But as for man to man, I White Lines Ii Sunny A Novel see Billy Dee doing Dorian. But as previously mentioned, I think Blair Underwood would also be a good fit. Woodside -- I can also see in this role. And in fact, on Single Ladies, that "Malcolm" is in a relationship with "Keisha"the character played by LisaRaye, so that'd work out perfectly!
Zion - I think this role could be played by Mekhi Phifer. Born's dad - another, maybe even stronger possibility for Samuel L. JacksonI believe. This is the main person I've thought of in this role, but there are certain White Lines Ii Sunny A Novel about Miss Ingrid that make me think she might be a bit older. Nevertheless, A.
In her most stunning, riveting, unstoppable novel yet, bestselling and critic I only read White Lines II to get more info on Jada and Born. I have to say that.
Johnson's the only one who comes to mind so far! Anywho, I think that's it for now. View all 3 comments. I was happy this book wasn't entirely Sunny's story because I really wanted to know what went down with Jada and Born after the storm.
These two are my favorite, and as usual they have quite a bit of obstacles to overcome. It'll be interesting to read how their saga ends. Ava really surprised me in this book. Her actions have been a bit loopy, and I am wondering where her storyline will go. Sunny was off the chain as usual. This woman is a hot mess.
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You'd think now that she is in her 40s she wou I was happy this book wasn't entirely Sunny's story because I really wanted to know what went down with Jada and Born after the storm. You'd think now that she is in her 40s she would calm down but that just wasn't the case.
She is definitely wild as ever. I thought Malcolm would tame her, but I really thought wrong. I am dissapointed that this one just ended so abruptly. There is absolutely no closure. What happens with Jada, Born, and Sheldon? Sunny and Malcolm are in a real mess, Ava is also a mess, and what is going on with Olivia.