Summary

The bling is brighter, the drama is amped up, and the delicious beauties from Tu-Shonda L. Whitaker’s Millionaire Wives Club are back for a second season of backstabbing, divorce parties, and family sagas. Lights, camera, action!
Milan, Jaise, and Chaunci are the gorgeous, high-rolling divas starring in the hit reality show Millionaire Wives Club. As they struggle with love, lies, lust, and the pressures of sudden fame, their friendships turn into catfights that keep the cameras following all their malicious moves.
Milan is finally engaged to Kendu, the man of her dreams, and though things look perfect on the outside, distrust and jealousy are crumbling their romance. Jaise has found the love she so desperately craves, but her son, Jabril, remains the No. 1 man in her life - for better or for worse. And Chaunci, the independent, single mom who doesn’t feel she needs a man, is contemplating taking the plunge into a deep love affair - but will the man she chooses have room in his life for her? Add to this crafty cast Vera, a venomous new vixen who plays the game better than any of them, and you’ve got a season even more scintillating than the last.
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©2011 Tu-Shonda Whitaker (P)2011 Random House Audio
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Praise for Millionaire Wives Club: “You haven’t met real housewives until you’ve read about these divas!” (Anna J., author of Hell’s Diva)
“A damn good novel... I thoroughly enjoyed Millionaire Wives Club and as a media professional I believe this book is as close to the real deal of what goes on behind the scenes of your favorite reality show.” (Terrance Dean, author of Mogul)
“They say that money can’t buy happiness but it makes for one hell of a novel!” (K’wan, author of the Hood Rat series)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ashley on 30-08-15

LOVED IT!!!!!!!!! BOOK 2 IS A MUST READ!!

If you thought the first book was good then this is a must read. Loved the first one & this one is better. More drama, laughter & tears. "What type of hoebag walks into the sea? She ain't Moses. She should've knew she couldn't part the mf" KMSL!!!! The narrator was great again!!! They switched the narrator in the last one so I'm a bit hesitant but this is a really good book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Nikita Moore on 08-12-11

It was ok.

Is Bahni Turpin the default narrator for black literature now? If so, we need to change this ASAP! I usually love her narrations, heck, she was the reason I enjoyed 'The Help' so much. But she was not suited for this story. She made Vera sound like a stuck up ice queen that bore no resemblance to the lovable character from FlipSide of the Game and Game Over. Well, maybe that wasn't all Turpin's fault.
I love Whitaker's writing and her way of building drama but it's becoming too predictable. Or maybe I've lost the desire for black drama that perpetuates the mad black woman stereotype.

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