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MANEATER

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When two powerhouses combine their unabashed talent for whetting mature appetites for uninhibited sex, raw passion, lust and love, readers gorge themselves, and this time is no different. Morrison's "Character of a Man" is
reminiscent of her HoneyB release, Single Husbands, with cheating lovers. Noire's "Sugar, Honey, Iced Tee" cleverly captures the essence of her story. By the end, you want to shout the acronym just as it hits you, like it hits the fan.

Seven's time at Punany Paradise is courtesy of her trifling fiance, who insists she lose weight before he'll marry her. Thanks to her best friend, she discovers Maverick's real character and turns the tables on him. Sugar, Honey and Iced Tee are fine sistahs in Noire's story, just as cunning and vengeful as the three NFL stars beguiled by their beauty, brains and bedroom skills. When the playahs spot the play, their noses and businesses are already wide open. (DAFINA, Jun., 308 pp., $24.00)
Reviewed by: 
Robin R. Pendleton