Who Does She Think She Is?: A Novel (Paperback)

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Who Does She Think She Is?: A Novel (Paperback)


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Who Does She Think She Is? is a richly evocative multigenerational story of three irrepressible women from the bestselling author of Good Hair and The Itch.

Aisha Branch is in the midst of planning her elaborate wedding to a White man from old-line wealth when the unthinkable happens—she falls for another man, hard.

All the drama stirs up old feelings in her mother and grandmother, and as Aisha confronts a painful dilemma, the three Branch women take turns telling their own stories, reflecting separately on their lives and relationships.

With her signature dry wit, quietly resonant insight and sharp yet compassionate eye, Benilde Little deftly explores one family’s expectations, anxieties, and abiding love.
Benilde Little  is the bestselling author of the novels Good Hair (selected as one of the ten best books of 1996 by the Los Angeles Times), The Itch, Acting Out, and Who Does She Think She Is? A former reporter for People and senior editor at Essence, she lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with her husband. Follower her on Twitter and Instagram @BenildeLittle and read her blog, Welcome to My Breakdown, at BenildeLittle.Wordpress.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9780684854830
ISBN-10: 068485483X
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: June 1st, 2006
Pages: 288
Language: English
"A diverting story about race, identity, and family ties."
-- People

"Fans of the author's novels will enjoy Little's perceptive take on Buppies in love."
-- Essence

"The tightly written story moves quickly and the supporting characters are wonderfully realistic."
-- The Philadelphia Inquirer

"A refreshingly different kind of contemporary romance."
-- Kirkus Reviews

"Little strikes a nice balance between heartfelt intergenerational saga and sexy love story."
-- Publishers Weekly

"Little strikes the perfect balance between froth and thoughtful commentary on racial and class issues. Little has the guts to drop plenty of tough questions at the heart of what is an enjoyable romantic romp."
-- The Miami Herald