Precious Cummings came from nothing but was determined to have it all. Using
her most deadly weapons - undeniable beauty, body and street savvy brains,
Precious sets out to change the cards that she'd been dealt. After meeting Nico
Carter, a man who can help her achieve her goals, virtually overnight she is on
her way. Precious quickly transforms from Project Chick to Hood Queen and is
determined to hold on to her position even if it means crossing the man who
made it possible.
Set on revenge, Precious gambles it all in her quest to gain everything. Just
when she believes the dice have rolled in her favor, Precious has to answer for
the web of deceit that she has set in motion.
Deja King is emerging as a new Fictional Street Author of 2005 to be
reckoned with. Born in Toledo, Ohio and raised in California, Maryland, and
North Carolina respectfully, Ms. King is representing a new genre of young, hip
and sexy novels that introduces readers to the complex street life.
Ms. King attended North Carolina Central University (NCCU) where she majored in
Journalism. With unrelenting support from her mother, King continues to climb
to great heights in pursuit of success. Deciding to transfer to Pace University
in New York City to delve into more of what life had to offer, she continued to
major in Journalism while simultaneously gaining the experience needed to make
it in this fast-paced business world.
Emerging onto the entertainment scene in that late '90s, Ms. King accepted an
Internship position and immediately began to work her way up the ranks at The
Terrie Williams Agency. Working hands on with Johnnie Cochran, The Essence
Awards, The Essence Music Festival, The NBA Player's Association, Moet &
Chandon and several other Entertainment Executives and Celebrities, Ms. King
worked closely with the Agency's Founder to provide impeccable Public Relations
services to the company's clients.
Wanting to pursue new endeavors, Ms. King's departure from the Agency came in
1999. Deciding to try the Arts, she attended the infamous Lee Strasburg Theater
Institute. Upon receiving a job offer, she cut her time at the Acting Institute
short to accept a creative position at Click Radio. Signing onto Click as the
Director of Hip Hop Artist Relations, Ms. King developed segments featuring the
biggest names in Hip Hop. Ms. King pushed her department to new levels by
producing an outlet that placed hip hop in the forefront of the cyber world.
Opting to take a break from Industry challenges, King changed direction to
explore something even more wonderful - Motherhood. King welcomed her son, Logan
Michael into the world in mid 2001. During this time she discovered her love