Mama Dearest by E. Lynn HarrisAmbitious singer, actress and Broadway bombshell Yancey Harrington Braxton is on top of the world when the sudden reappearence of her long-lost daughter turns her world upside down. But when Yancey learns that her daughter wishes to follow in her mothers footsteps, she begins to make peace with the past shes struggled to keep hidden. A sweeping novel about mothers and daughters, secrets and lies, Mama Dearest will capture and enchant audiences everywhere.
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One of E. Lynn Harris's incomparable heroines, Yancey Harrington Braxton, is working her way back to Broadway and beyond. And this diva supreme always stirs up drama in and out of the spotlight The ambitious singer and actress is fired up to move past her recent professional and personal setbacks -- including an explosive romance with NFL tight end John Basil Henderson -- and prove her talents are stronger than ever. After being out on tour, Yancey realizes what she really wants is to star in her own reality TV series, and she's even found a rich and well-connected lover to make it happen. There are, however, two women fierce enough to derail Yancey's plans with ambitions of their own: Madison B.
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Diva supreme Yancey Harrington Braxton is working her way back to Broadway and beyond—and stirring up drama in and out of the spotlight—in the acclaimed New York Times bestseller from E. Lynn Harris.
New York Times Bestselling author, E. Lynn Harris had released twelve acclaimed novels before he suddenly passed away this past summer [July 23, ]. His books were very well received and there are more than four million copies of his work in print. Lynn Harris was one of the most popular African American authors of this decade. His death came as he was preparing for the release of Mama Dearest and in this novel, it seems that he prophetically wrote a proper ending for some of his most famous characters from previous books.