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Rumor Central Paperback – April 30, 2013
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ReShonda Tate Billingsley is the #1 Essence bestselling author of numerous faith-based novels for adults, as well as the 'Good Girlz' Christian teen series. Her short fiction appears in the anthology Have a Little Faith. She is also the author of the nonfiction book Help! I've Turned into My Mother. --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.
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There is always a chance for a lawsuit because the parents of these students are wealthy, and some are celebrities. It is no surprise when Maya starts her tell all show the students give her the silence treatment. Before the novel ends Maya will have tried to quit, but she can not get out of a two year contract. At this point stalkers and any other danger has become a part of her life.
I really enjoyed the novel. I admired Maya for being such a strong young woman.Her dream is clear. She is determined to make it happen. Even the lost of her boyfriend, Bryce, does not stop her from moving forward on her show. When she is mugged by thugs, which I thought would turn into a rape scene, she still keeps walking forward.
However, Maya becomes a bit too much. So involved with herself she misses the fact that this show is a serious one. After all, she is airing facts about the lives of people around her. She does not care whether she is hurting them or causing their life situations to worsen.The Glenda Matthews story is the one where Maya should have looked up and trotted the opposite way. However, like all busy, important people she misses the glowing red light and keeps going on with the story. She misses recognizing the identity of her true enemy. Maya does not have the intuition to know there are some rumor story headlines that are best left buried. Then, you might not hit a person's last nerve and find yourself looking into their crazed eyes.