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Fiction
Author: Nikki Woods
ISBN: 0975509268
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 305 pages
Publisher Ebony Energy Pubublishing (September 1, 2005)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 445
ePUB size: 1672 kb
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Easier Said Than Done By Nikki Woods Houston, Texas Washington, . This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.

Easier Said Than Done By Nikki Woods Houston, Texas Washington, . Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living, dead, or somewhere in between, is entirely coincidental. Brown Girls Publishing, LLC. ww. .

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Nikki Woods, the author of Easier Said Than Done, is a Multi-media personality, Social Media and Personal Branding Coach, Motivational Speaker and Voice-over artist, and the CEO of Nikki Woods Media. She is also the senior producer of the acclaimed, d Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS), the most successful syndicated urban radio show in history reaching more than 8 million people on a daily basis. She is responsible for the engaging on-air content heard each morning on the over-100 affiliate radio stations that air the award-winning program.

Trying to figure out what to do, Essence stared at Keela, her eyebrows lifted, her eyes darkened and she twisted her hands together.

Easier said than done, . 1. Easier Said Than Done, . Trying to figure out what to do, Essence stared at Keela, her eyebrows lifted, her eyes darkened and she twisted her hands together. Somebody better tell me something. My back stiffened, I crossed my arms in front of me, and I tapped my toe, ticking off time as my head swiveled from Keela to Essence then back to Keela.

Information about the book, Easier Said Than Done: the Fiction, Paperback, by Nikki Woods (Brown Girls Books .

Information about the book, Easier Said Than Done: the Fiction, Paperback, by Nikki Woods (Brown Girls Books, Apr 04, 2014). Easier Said Than Done is a touching new novel of love and risk, featuring a sassy and skillfully created cast of characters that are so full of life, they breathe, dream, and shout right off the page. Kingston Phillips, a beautiful entertainment executive in the fast-paced city of Chicago, has finally grasped the brass ring.

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Nikki Woods is an American radio producer based in Dallas, Texas and best known for her work as the senior producer .

Nikki Woods is an American radio producer based in Dallas, Texas and best known for her work as the senior producer on the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show Contents. Her first - a romance novel titled Easier Said Than Done originally published by Ebony Energy in 2005 and recently reissued by Brown Girls Publishing in 2014 - follows an entertainment executive struggling to balance family and career all at once.

Easier Said Than Done by Nikki Woods is a poignant new novel of love and risk, featuring a sassy and skillfully created cast of characters that are so full of life, they breathe, dream, and shout right off the page.

Kingston Phillips, a beautiful entertainment executive in the fast-paced city of Chicago, has finally grasped the brass ring. But just as her friends and colleagues are buzzing with her success, Kingston must return to Jamaica for her grandmother's funeral.

While there, childhood tragedies, heartbreak, AND family jealousies come back to haunt her, THREATENING TO SHATTER HER DREAMS. Not only does Kingston come face to face with the college sweetheart who left her heartbroken, but her grandmother names her executor of her will and forces her to make a life-altering decision.

Does Kingston continue to reap her success in Chicago or stay in Jamaica to fulfill her grandmother's dream--possibly risking another broken heart?

Can a modern woman find the balance between a successful career and the responsibilities of family and love while enduring the bumps along the way?

Or is life really Easier Said Than Done?

Wel
It was rewarding and refreshing to read about the thrills, exhilaration, turmoil and lows of love in Jamaica from a native perspective instead of from that of a tourist with an underfed libido and over-inflated imagination. The cultural nuances of growing up in Jamaica adds flavor and intrigue, however, Easier Said Than Done speaks to women of all cultures who struggle to balance romance, family obligations and building their own career.

The choice Kingston Phillips has to make is tantamount to choosing the bird in the hand versus two in the bush. She holds a huge triumph in her hand; starting an urban music division for a major record company. While others salivate over unexpected inheritances, being named the executor of her grandmother’s is heart wrenching. Besides dealing with her grief, she is forced to return to Jamaica to face greedy and jealous relatives. She’s more prepared to deal with their reactions than her own when face-to-face with the man, Damon, who broke her heart ten years ago.

Woods keeps us entertained with a bevy of characters as Kingston struggles with the answer her grandmother’s attorney is expecting of her. There’s the narcissistic friend who betrays her. The loyal friend who has her own man problems. Kingston’s lewd and crude boss. The over-the-top gay couple. The shady neighbor who takes advantage of Kingston’s naiveté. The outspoken cousin who has selfish motives for wanting Kingston to stay longer in Jamaica. And yes, there are more skillfully-crafted characters we get to know intimately.

First person point of view is ideal for letting us inside Kingston’s head. On one hand, dodging the overt sexual advances of the balding, egotistical, overweight music company owner who gave her that big break in windy Chicago. On-the-other-hand, dodging the advances of the Jamaican heartthrob whose caresses make her forget her anger. Whose kisses make her body surrender while her mind is saying it’s not a good idea to travel this road again. The author adeptly shows us how it’s truly easier said than done to choose between love and career, or to risk it all for what satisfies the depths of your soul.
Ynye
Thrilled I was whisked away to Jamaica by the creative and brilliant mind of Nikki Woods! I understand why this fabulous read is a national best seller as I blushed at the love scenes, wanted to strangle several characters, and became engrossed in the family dynamic and tumultuous life of the main character Kingston.

Beautifully written with vivid imagery, "Better Said Than Done" is destined to grace the big screen. The characters came to life and I imagined myself peering from the corner of the room watching scenes unfold in anticipation. I found myself saddened the story came to an end. However, crafted in true Nikki Woods fashion; the intricate plot leaves room for more exciting twists and turns to occur in a sequel that I certainly hope is soon to come!

A truly great read for me must evoke not only emotion, but the words must linger in my conscience after closing the final page. "Better Said Than Done" doesn't disappoint! Although the steamy love scenes left me with a smirk on my face and eyebrows raised; the stunning line in this wonderful novel that made me swoon will forever bring joy to my heart as a hopeless romantic and lover of a writer's imagination.

"I NEED A HEALING THAT ONLY COMES IN THE FORM OF YOU." Simply beautiful!

Anxiously awaiting the next masterpiece from the phenomenal author and woman with a heart of gold that is Nikki Woods!
Mr_NiCkNaMe
I truly enjoyed Easier Said Than Done by Nikkii Woods. Her style is leisurely story telling and I absolutely love that. There is not always a need for high drama and explicit sex. I love the love loss through misunderstanding and the road back. I also adore any book that has the flavor of Jamaica and its inhabitants and culture.

I truly enjoyed the backstories about friends,family and freinemies. Good stuff.

Pick up Easier Said Than Done and head to the beach or the balcony with a cleaned off agenda and enjoy.
Darkshaper
"Easier Said Than Done" is a great weekend read that would take you on a journey of self discovery, forgiveness, family, love and romance. Nikki Woods did an excellent job in breathing life into the characters by entwining a storyline readers can relate and feel as though you're apart of the story.
Falya
Easier Said Than Done was enjoyable. It's a book about love and risk. After 10 years, Kingston comes face to face with the man that broke her heart. Can she forgive Damon and give their love another chance? This book is well written, the characters are relatable and it will entertain you.
Jugore
I bought this on whim based on an Amazon sale that listed it at .99 cents. I didn't like it too much. The descriptive writing is on par, however, the plot was ludicrous and too stereotypical for me to really get into it. The characters all seemed like straight up generalized stereotypical black people to me with not much depth.
Ferri - My name
Kingston, yes she is named after a city in Jamaica, is called back there from Chicago at the passing of her beloved grandmother, Grace. Her current boyfriend broke off their relationship when he dropped her at the airport. Her two best friends are sad she will be away. Great characters, and story line. Sit back 'mon' and enjoy.
Kingston & Damon who would've thought. It took them a long time to know they were meant for each other. This was a very good book. Without giving the story away, there was an area in the book that left you hanging. I will let you figure that one out. Did Kingston's boss really go along with her leaving Chicago, totally? And what happened to the rapper's career?