Savannah J. Frierson is a USA TODAY best-selling and award-winning author penning #ownvoices romance and mainstream fiction that are full, happily-ever-afters for independent women who are late-bloomers in love. She taps into women's softness to show this vulnerability as a strength to be embraced and celebrated. Savannah's characters find empowerment through love, and she hopes her dear readers do too.
Savannah realized writing was her calling her junior year of high school. She completed her first original work, Reconstructing Jada Channing, as her senior thesis at Harvard University, earning the 2005 Dorothy Hicks Lee Prize for most outstanding thesis concerning African or African-American literature. In 2007, Savannah released her first novel, Being Plumville, which earned Savannah SORMAG Readers' Choice Awards in 2007 and an Emma Award nomination for Debut Author of the Year at the 2008 Romance Slam Jam Conference. She has also spoken at several book fairs, including the South Carolina Book Festival, Charleston's Black Ink African American Book Festival, and Capital Bookfest, as well as book clubs, radio shows, and classes about her work.
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"I want you to be my Valentine."
Ingrid Harris has been friends with her housemates Ade Olatunji, Choi Ye-Jun, and Boyd "B. B." Bigelow for years, so she thinks the request a safe one to ensure, for once, she has a date for the day of love—no pressure, no expectations beyond the day. But the three men call her bluff and reveal they've been ready for the word "go" for a very long time, challenging her to determine if she, herself, is ready and willing to do something a little more dangerous: give her heart to all three men, and for longer than a night.
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