Originally posted on Rhea Alexis on Books:
Let’s Wait Awhile: A Teenage Love: No Affair by Dyphia Blount is the beginning part of a story that could end any of sundry ways. In this book we read of teenagers Payne, her best friend Marquis, her friend Tiara and their parents/families/friends. Ms. Blount penned a riveting…

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