Delvon Johnson's first novel, Love Yourself First, is a fabulous look into the fashion industry and the divas that clip and claw their way to make it to the top. You are introduced to an array of interesting characters from brothers on the down low to the eccentric and fabulous divas who play hard in the fashion game.

With major eyes for fashion, meet best friends Dwight and Issiah, who break into the fashion world with the intent on going straight to the top by opening Vondel Consulting. With the need of a little flair in their new showroom, they hire Joan Marks, a shoe connoisseur who they meet and fall in love with instantly. As Joan works the industry, using Vondel and their resources to do so, her love life begins to spiral out of control. And with her ulterior motives for Dwight and Issiah, nothing good is bound to come out of this ordeal.

In Johnson's sequel, Mirror Mirror, you're brought back into the world of New York City's elite fashion scene, including characters Dwight, Issiah, and the oh-so-fabulous diva herself, Ms. Joan Marks. In the sequel, you also get to meet a new character, Kera Powers, a young lady who is working as a temp for a famous designer when she meets the man of her dreams, or so she thinks...

Coincidentally, Joan and Kera meet and become friends in passing at Kera's boyfriend's building. Kera reveals to Joan her dream to become a model and Joan takes her deep into a world that she thought every girl could dream of, that is until the choices she was forced to make could turn that world into a nightmare.

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