Praise for Hand-me-down Heartache
“A novel of love and resilience . . . [Butler] touches on the strength of relationships among women—be they mothers, mentors, or friends.” —National Women’s Review
“Butler’s second novel deals sensitively with the impact of domestic abuse on an African-American family and the choices made by a young woman dealing with issues of self-doubt while seeking acceptance in her relationships.” —Publishers Weekly
Praise for Sorority Sisters
“Not since Spike Lee’s School Daze and the much-loved sitcom A Different World has the Black experience on campus been this intriguing and, at times, funny.” —Essence
“Tajuana ‘TJ’ Butler scores big . . . an enjoyable page-turner.” —Honey
From the Hardcover edition.