“Sex, lies, and intrigue at their page-turning best!”
—E. Lynn Harris, New York Times bestselling author of I Say a Little Prayer
“GOLD DIGGERS is the story of four women who have dollar signs in their eyes and gold digging in their DNA. Lauren, the daughter of wealthy urbanites, is married to the man of her mother’s dreams. Paulette, Lauren’s cousin, is the black sheep of the family thanks to her mother marrying down. Paulette will stop at nothing to gain her “rightful” position among the black elite. Gillian learned her gold digging ways from her mother. She leaves New York for Hollywood, but will she be able to sustain? Reese traded in her status as an NBA groupie for life as the trophy wife of an NBA superstar. These women are clothed in the finest, live in the best homes, and are afforded all the luxuries of life, but is that enough to quench their hunger for money and what it can attain?
Tracie Howard gives readers an unabridged look into the lives of the black and fabulous. Howard’s characterizations of these flawed individuals makes them seem all too real. Readers will pity all of the women, even those who do not have any redeeming qualities. Howard is the African-American version of Jackie Collins, Danielle Steele and Sandra Brown all in one nicely wrapped package. GOLD DIGGERS is a great read to add to your summer reading list. ”
Reviewed by Katrina Golden of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers