Kahlil Richardson seems to have it all: a stellar career as a rising young advertising executive in his native Detroit, a serious commitment to community activism, a beautiful girlfriend to whom he's just become engaged, a loving family, and a great old house that he's fixing up room by room. Things are about to get very messy, however, as the women in his life make unwise decisions that affect everyone around them.
A captivating tale driven by strong characters who aren't afraid to speak their minds, "Fed Up with the Fanny" is a novel for every woman who has yearned for men to communicate more and for every man who has felt blamed for the divide between the sexes. We may think the choices we face in life are ours alone to make, but Franklin White shows with compassion how those choices affect not only us but our loved ones as well.
Rap Pages An exciting novel that keeps the reader turning from page to page with its usage of contemporary language and cultural icons. The Baltimore Sun A male response to Terry McMillan's Waiting to Exhale...earnest and energetic. The Source A full-bodied read with flashes of brilliance throughout.