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Allison Hobbs is known for her titillating, salacious novels—Big Juicy Lips, Bona Fide Gold Digger, Dangerously in Love and Climax. Fans can’t seem to get enough of this grand dame of erotica fiction. This summer, she returns with PUT A RING ON IT (Strebor/Atria Books; July 2011; $15) a novel that will prove to be the hottest beach read! PUT A RING ON IT is a story about three friends with three different paths to the same goal: a husband, despite the odds.

Desperate to be married, Vangie, Nivea, and Harlow have endured intolerable experiences in their quests to get to the altar. But now they are sick and tired of expending so much effort into finding their soul mate when there’s no evidence that such a person even exists. They come to the grim realization that a walk down the aisle may not be in the cards for any of them.

Dumped by three men in the past two years, Nivea suffers a humiliating public meltdown at her younger sister’s wedding. When Vangie’s deadbeat ‘baby daddy’ resurfaces and begins courting her with unrestrained zeal and spending quality time with their young son, she thinks that they have finally healed their troubled relationship. After too many heartbreaking relationships to count, Harlow tries a stint at playing on the other team, but soon discovers that female lovers can be just as deceptive as men.

Though holding distinct views and relying on diverse strategies, will any of these women find love, happiness, and commitment? Or will they discover that happily ever after is an unattainable dream?

About Allison Hobbs:

Known for writing provocative and controversial novels, Allison burst on the literary scene with her highly successful debut novel, Pandora’s Box, in 2003. A prolific writer, she is the national bestselling author of fourteen novels and novellas of multiple genres, including paranormal and fantasy. Allison is one of the contributing writers of Cinemax’s Zane’s Sex Chronicles, Season 1. Her novel, Double Dippin’ was nominated for the 2006 Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award. The Climax was nominated for the 2008 African American Literary Awards Show. Big Juicy Lips was nominated for the 2009 African American Literary Awards Show. Allison received a Bachelor of Science degree from Temple University. She resides in Philadelphia, PA.

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You can purchase Allison’s new book, Put A Ring On It at, HERE!

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