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Mirika Mayo Cornelius (Mirika C) is author of novels Secret, Colored Lily:Poppa Took My Innocence, Ain't Quite What I Thought, book of poetry Sunny Sides of My Shade, First Degree Sins, Inside the Gates of Doons, and the urban series Murders at Gabriel's Trails with more books to come each year.
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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
Heavy, not in a good way.
20 May 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Although this book is quite good, it has a very depressing storyline. There is so much heartache throughout the story it's mentally exhausting. Of course not all stories are pleasant and have happy endings, however, the parts of this one that should lighten things up a bit, get overshadowed by the heaviness and evil that constantly plagues Jocelyn the main character. I've read the other book, Secret too. Mirika is a very good story teller. There were quite a few places in Colored Lily that I paused to ponder what was said or described. I love stories told in times past. If you're looking for a beautiful story with a redemptive ending, this is not the one.
21 February 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
This type of storyline you dont find too often, Its a sad book but very well written.... Kudos to the author
16 February 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
12 September 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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This was another awesome book. I suggests that readers purchase this book, you want be disappointed. This author is very talented.
Linda L. Phifer
I hated the fact that it did not have a happy ...
3 April 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
This book was okay for me. I hated the fact that it did not have a happy ending. I was beside myself with all that Josie went through at the hands of her own father at such a young age. There were instances where I had to put the book down and come back to it later, at times it was just too much. A bit slow as well. Still don't know what was behind her experiencing all that she did. Guess I have to read Paton to find out.