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Meet Skyy, a fantastic new superhero - and sensitive assassin - who defends the helpless and brings justice to those who cannot fight for themselves. Sandora "Sandy" Knight is an enigma even to those who know her. Running a Fortune 500 company by day, she sheds her hip-hop cosmopolitan identity by night to become the Lady in Black, also called Skyy, a sexy, smart vigilantMeet Skyy, a fantastic new superhero - and sensitive assassin - who defends the helpless and brings justice to those who cannot fight for themselves. Sandora "Sandy" Knight is an enigma even to those who know her. Running a Fortune 500 company by day, she sheds her hip-hop cosmopolitan identity by night to become the Lady in Black, also called Skyy, a sexy, smart vigilante who protects the innocent from child molesters, rapists, serial killers, and other low-life scum. The first novel in The Lady in Black series Black Skyy weaves an intricate tale of heroism, lethal beauty, and intoxicating eroticism. Skyy believes she is called by God to use her abilities to save others from the brutality of life - even if her methods are questionable at times. Set in both New York and Washington, D.C., Black Skyy follows Skyy's adventures in all their sensational and sensual thrills as she employs her uncanny intellect to capture and punish evildoers. Battling not only the bad guys, but also her inner conflicts, Skyy must fight to find her place and purpose in life, as both a woman and a symbol of justice....

Title : Black Skyy
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ISBN : 9781593091132
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Black Skyy Reviews

  • Fraser Sherman
    2019-05-03 22:21

    Superhero novels automatically attract me. In this case Skyy, AKA the Lady in Black is a rising investment counselor who's also brilliant, a deadly martial artist and a former spy with a ring of equally formidable assistants. Having seen her junkie mother murdered, she's become a vigilante targeting people who kill or abuse kids. All of which works fine, but the family relationships, business power struggles and the way everybody gets a lengthy backstory (Skyy's we can use, I didn't care about anyone else's origins). I think the idea is to combine characters and drama from a mainstream novel with the superhero stuff, but that didn't quite work for me.

  • OOSA
    2019-05-12 00:27

    She's a Bad Mama Jama!In this action-drama, Janet Stevens Cook presents us with Sandora Knight. By day Sandora, also known as Sandy, is the Vice President of Marketing for BCI, an African-American owned, multi-million dollar conglomerate. By night, however, she's known as Skyy or the Lady in Black, a one-woman vigilante force bringing to justice those who are responsible for wrecking havoc on young lives. There is a madman on the loose butchering young black girls. He must be stopped, but because of his choice of victims, this serial murderer isn't a priority. Looks like a job for the Lady in Black... As the story progressed, I begin to question Sandy's skills, experiences and past. The story was imaginative, but unbelievable at times, particularly her stint as a covert spy. Some things just didn't add up. This book brought about an array of feelings. Reminiscent of my younger days watching "Superman" and "Wonder Woman," I would get caught up in the story and applaud Cook's creativity, and other times I thought, "Is she serious?" with some of the McGvyer-like over the top stunts. I grew annoyed at the repeated references to Skyy's hair. The multiple names, nicknames and aliases and two characters with the same name was also confusing. Despite all that, I'm happy to see an author step away from the norm and do something different. I liked the idea of a strong, black female doing her thing and fighting crime. Overall, Cook's debut was entertaining. It was fun to read, too. It has something for every kid at heart. Reviewed by: Toni 3.5 stars

  • Amyr
    2019-05-01 00:13

    official!!!!This book was great, a very easy and exciting read.