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The New Money Girls

  

by: Jimi Gaillard-Jefferson

Books : The New Money Girls

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Binding: Paperback
EAN: 9781718169050
ISBN: 1718169051
Item Dimensions: 900600151
Label: Independently published
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Independently published
Number Of Pages: 602
Publication Date: August 16, 2018
Publisher: Independently published
Studio: Independently published




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We never asked for good men. We asked for rich men smart enough to give us their money and stay out of our way. We are The New Money Girls.









O’Shea, a sugar baby and painter, has no need for love and no respect for something as common as money. She wants power. She wants to know that her name, as both a woman and an artist, mean something in the City. But with power comes freedom and her sugar daddy of two years, Domingo, does not want to see her live a life that is not under his control. It never mattered before, O’Shea played the game, jumped when Domingo said jump, because it got her closer to her goals. But even her well-laid plans can be thrown off course. O’Shea may be forced to walk away from years of hard work and manipulation or abandon her art and everything that makes her who she is.








Zion knows that the truth does not matter. She has not thrived as a sugar baby for the last ten years because she told the truth. She did it by making herself an accessory, a trophy to wealthy men that know if they want to be seen with her they have to pay. She’s comfortable with the part she plays and the isolation it provides. Then O’Shea, Delia, and Nadia demand something from her that she’s never done before: be herself. And an Asian man with an Irish name asks for something else: her heart. Now Zion must decide if it is best to remain the same, content and complacent or if it is time to be something new. She knows if she refuses to change she may be giving up the kind of friendship and love she thought only existed in movies. 








Delia is an escort that believes she can have it all and she can figure it all out. More than anything she wants to be an independent woman, a grown woman, like O’Shea, Zion, and Nadia. Each of them have careers, life plans, and a lack of fear. All Delia has are questions and a whole lot of failures. If she can graduate and begin her career as a stylist, she knows everything will be okay. Then her life as an escort collides with her plans to be a stylist. To succeed and let go of the fear of being a failure, Delia will have to relinquish her desire to have all of the answers and her refusal to ask for help. If she can’t she’ll lose her current career as an escort and her future career as a stylist. 








Nadia didn’t know her best friend since middle school, O’Shea was a sugar baby. She didn’t know O’Shea had brunch every week with another sugar baby and an escort. And she didn’t know why she agreed to join them for brunch. Nadia isn’t that kind of girl, she follows the rules, she does what’s expected. She wants nothing more than to take her event planning business to the next level. Then Mr and Mrs, the most affluent couple in the City, tell Nadia that they want her and they make her an offer she can’t refuse. An offer that will change not just her business but the way she looks at herself and what it means to be in a relationship. As she struggles to decide if it’s more important to follow the rules or follow her heart, Nadia realizes she’s going to need women like O’Shea, Zion, and Delia, women who never cared about playing by someone else’s rules, if she’s going to take the biggest gamble of her life. 



The New Money Girls is the tale of two sugar baby’s, an escort, and an event planner who discover the power of friendship, love, money, and sex. 



WARNING: This story contains steamy sex scenes, unconventional thinking and lifestyles, and a cliff-hanger (don’t worry, it won’t be a long wait for book 2). This book was originally published in November, 2017. It has been completely rewritten and in many ways reimagined.  










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