Annotations for Good Man
Baker & Taylor
Former pro athlete Sonya Richardson agrees to star on a hit reality dating show to give America a taste of what a real black woman is like, but when she meets widowed former pastor John Bond, who is the show's designated white guy, she is totally thrown off her game. Original.
Baker & Taylor
Former professional athlete Sonya Richardson agrees to appear on a reality dating program to show America what a real black woman is like, but she is thrown off her game by former pastor John Bond, the show's "designated white guy."
Random House, Inc.
She's had celebrity, isn't hurting for money, and is living peacefully single in Charlotte, North Carolina. Still, Sonya Richardson can't resist starring on a hit reality dating show to give America a taste of what a real black woman is like. And this former pro athlete is breaking all of "Hunk Or Punk's" rules, refusing to bling-up like a diva, and tackling whatever high-octane drama her suitors have in store. But one contestant is throwing Sonya off her game. He's surprisingly kind, way too easy to spill her secrets to--and giving her the kind of hope she hasn't felt in a long, long time. . .
Widowed former pastor John Bond knows he's the show's "designated white guy," expected to fail every challenge and be gone in a month. He also knows he has to take risks to change his lonely life and find love again. The odds may be against him, but Sonya's honesty and resourcefulness are inspiring him to do whatever it takes to stay in the running, win her heart. . .and prove their dreams can be a reality.
Praise For The Novels Of J.J. Murray
"A sexy story of love, romance and getting even." -Upscale magazine on I'll Be Your Everything
"Hilarious. . .Murray's dialog sparkles and the characters are witty and fun. Readers won't want to miss this." -Bookliston She's the One
"Thoughtful and well done." --Library Journal on Original Love