New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey delivers his next delectable, erotic romance
They call themselves the Blackbirds. Kwanzaa Browne, Indigo Abdulrahaman, Destiny Jones, and Ericka Stockwell are four best friends who are closer than sisters, and will go to the ends of the earth for one another. Yet even their deep bond can’t heal all wounds from their individual pasts, as the collegiate and post-collegiate women struggle with their own demons, drama, and desires.
Trying to forget her cheating ex-fiancé, Kwanzaa becomes entangled with a wicked one-night stand—a man who turns out to be one in five million. Indigo is in an endless on-again, off-again relationship with her footballer boyfriend, and in her time between dysfunctional relationships she purses other naughty desires. Destiny, readjusting to normal life, struggles to control her own anger after avenging a deep wrong landed her in juvi, while at the same time trying to have her first real relationship—one she has initiated using an alias to hide her past from her lover. Divorced Ericka is in remission from cancer and trying to deal with two decades of animosity with her radical mother, while keeping the desperate crush she has always had on Destiny’s father a secret... a passion with an older man that just may be reciprocated.
As the women try to overcome— or give into— their impulses, they find not only themselves tested, but the one thing they always considered unbreakable: their friendship.
From the Hardcover edition.
Outstanding and captivating
I don’t know where to being. I will say it short and sweet. This book just might be my favor out of all his books. I’m so sad it has ended. I was turning the pages slower as I got to the end because I knew my time with the blackbirds was coming to an end. Thank god she decided to fight and live. Thank you Eric for such a fantastic read. I will tell everybody I come across to read this immediately. I truly adore your skills
What can I say?!
EDJ is great! Been a fan of his work for a long time!! Never been disappointed until this book. Blackbirds was kind of a difficult read, in the sense that it wasn't a page turner as Dickey's other books. I often found myself skipping pages just hoping for a more interesting line but it was never really given. If you are into fairy tales with happy endings this is the book for you. If you are looking for what makes EDJ great in all his other books, then you might want to skip this one!
i tried to read this and couldn’t.