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Who Ya Wit': The Finale (Urban Books) Paperback – September 24, 2013

4.7 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Series: Urban Books
  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Urban Books (September 24, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601623860
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601623867
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.7 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,070,005 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I absolutely love Desa Rae and Roc's love affair! The ups and downs, the crazy and funny but most of all the persistence and desire to want to make the relationship work regardless of the struggles! I can definitely relate on many levels! Great writing and excellent read!!! Thanks Ms Hampton for making their story so real!!! I had to read several excerpts through the series to my boo as Roc reminded me so much of him with his street antics. When Desa Rae would introduce him to something new, his responses were so much like what he would say I had to laugh out loud and read it to him :-) Keep up the good work and keep'em coming, Lady!
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Loved it! I've read all your books and I think Roc is even sexier than Jaylin. So sorry to see Who Ya Wit is a Finale. I need more of Desa Rae and Roc. Ima just go head and give Roc 10 stars ;-) This should have be a series as long as the Soulmates Dissipate series, so good. Please keep those page turning stories coming. Forever a fan.
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Who Ya Wit The Finale was amazing! Brenda Hampton has done it again! In this book we go on an unforgettable journey with Roc and Desa! This journey is filled with a variety of intense emotions that had me on the edge of my seat! The twists and turns kept coming and had me glued to this book with every free moment! Get your copy and you'll be glad you did!!!!
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I was happy to know that Des and Roc got their own entire book. I'm glad they finally got it together and became official. But why did it have to end??????

A very good series and I enjoyed.
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I am thoroughly pleased with this book. I have been obsessed with Roc since the first time i read about him in Full Figured! Brenda Hampton showed up and showed out with this awesome read. I read this in only a few hours because I just couldn't put it down. Get ready to laugh, cry, and rejoice!
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By Edwina2014 on September 25, 2013
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If I could give this book 10* I would. This has been a long journey for Dez & Roc. I loved the both of them. I can read this series over & over. This book keeps you entertained from the beginning to the end. There were times I lol & times when I got emotional. I'm not a spoiler but I'm glad they final got what they worked so hard for. Mrs Hampton I must say you outdone yourself with this one. I just love Black Love
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I've been waiting for this book. I love the Roc & Dez series & am sad to say good bye. This was a great book. Great connection w/ the characters, I was mad at Desa Rae, then at 1 point I was full on crying & then smiling along w/ them. Read it in a few hours. I also really like how other characters from past books were brought in. I just ordered Hell House to get more of Roc & see what went on in the house & Don't Even Go There to read more about Chase Jenkins. If you've been following this love story this book is a must read.
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In this final installment of the Who Ya Wit series, we finally see the true ins and outs of the term, 'Black Love'. Roc wrote about it and Dez quoted it but here is where we see the true example of it. In his quest to find himself and come to terms with Black Love, Roc finds himself in a precarious position. There have been many ups and downs but Black Love always remind a constant factor. But when blood is not always thicker than water, both Roc and Dez learn a valuable life lesson.

As I write this I had to pause and exhale for a second. This series has me feeling some kind of way. It has been a minute..a long one. After reading about Roc and Dez in the Full Figured series and then learning he would be in Hell House which motivated me to read allll the books the characters from that series were in, let's just say its been a Brenda Hampton month, lol. In any event, it has been great month because not once was I disappointed. And Who ya Wit finale was just the icing on the cake. I loved it! It was thought provoking and emotionally compelling and when any book can make you feel emotions or think about it thereafter then its a great book. There were some suspensful moments that threw me for a loop. And Brenda Hampton has this way of writing where she could just write about a character's day to day life which holds minute drama but its still something you enjoyed reading about immensely. The development of the characters was my favorite part and it was great to think back on how it all began and to finally see how they all grew in so many ways. I'll miss reading about Black Love..a whole lot.
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