(From the publisher):
A chance to hang out with old friends at a high school reunion becomes an opportunity for Nina Beaubien Ross to help some talented former classmates fulfill their dream of managing a musical group. Comprised of three beautiful ladies, the sexy all-girl group So Fine has got it all — voice, magnetism, great songs — and drive. There's just one thing missing — and Nina can supply it.
Jamil is not only Nina's ex-boyfriend — he's a mega-hit producer with a hot new label: Suicide Records. Nina is sure she can get Jamil to sign So Fine. She's always been able to count on him — though lately, he's been acting a little strange. Maybe it's because he's still got a thing for Nina, even though she's married now. Or maybe it's the influence of his new partner-in-crime, Xtreme, baseball's first bad boy and Suicide's first artist. Whatever it is, Nina has laid a big chunk of her own personal funds on the line, and there's no turning back now.
But soon, everything seems to spiral out of control. Egos clash, hearts — and promises — are broken.
Original title: Diamond Life
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Black (african-american)
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Women's Fiction→ Chick Lit