Book Of The Day – I Cant Get Next to You

by Rachelle on February 6, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is a wonderful, highly rated book for all the Romance fans! I Can’t Get Next to You by Chicki Brown has an awesome 4.6 star rating and is only $2.99!

“This story is very touching, full of wisdom and inspiration. I think it’s a 10-star novel. Great job, Chicki, your book lifted my spirits! Ms. Brown is a great storyteller who weaves drama, love and 3-dimensional characters into this faith-based story that’s sure to leave you satisfied.” – Erin K. – Amazon reviewer

I Can’t Get Next to You
by Chicki Brown
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Category: Romance
Price: $2.99


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Rick Gardner never intended to visit one of Atlanta’s premiere strip clubs, but his fellow attorneys choose that venue to celebrate his latest courtroom victory. A born again Christian, Rick knows Dreamland is the last place he belongs. Still, he’s confident he can withstand the temptation. Until the beautiful woman sent to entertain them walks in…

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

My first question after reading the first chapter was, “Where are we going with this story?” knowing it was faith-based. Ms Brown demonstrates that faith can work in the real world, where temptations are everywhere. And romance can flourish, too. I enjoyed this book very much, and I will read more from this author. She is quickly becoming a favorite! Tamyra is a wonderful character, dealing with the realities of a woman struggling to better her financial situation. And Rick is a dream come true. You will not be disappointed with this great story!


This book is a beautifully written love story that will make you face your own spirituality and ask yourself: Can you show someone God’s love even when you feel they don’t deserve it? Chicki Brown is a force to be reconed with in the literary world.


Chicki Brown’s latest book, ‘I Can’t Get Next to You’ is written in typical smooth Chicki Brown style. I love the way this author writes and although I was hesitant to read this book because of it’s “inspirational” label, I decided to give it a try. Primarily because I’ve read and enjoyed all of this author’s books. I should’t have worried – I really enjoyed this story.

Get I Can’t Get Next To You here: I Can’t Get Next to You

About The Author

Chicki Brown, winner of the Shades of Romance Magazine 2011 New Author of the Year, is the author of four published novels. She is currently working on her Winter 2011 release.

An avid reader, her favorite authors are Beverly Jenkins, Eric Jerome Dickey, Lisa Kleypas, J.R. Ward and Suzanne Brockmann.

A New Jersey native, Brown and her family relocated to suburban Atlanta, Georgia in 1994, and she now calls herself a “Georgia peach.”


Born Denise Valerie Brown, I was given the nickname, “Chicki,” by my father when I was two days’ old. Raised in Cranford, New Jersey, the oldest of four children, my passion for reading began in elementary school where I’d make bi-weekly trips to the public library, leaving each time with a stack of books I could barely carry. That stack usually included something by Beverly Cleary and Carolyn Keene, my favorite childhood authors.

In 2004 I won the Grand Prize winner in the Black Expressions Book Club Fiction Writing Contest and was published in the November 2005 and September 2006 issues of Releasing Times magazine. For three years I led the Camp Creek Writer’s Fellowship in East Point, Georgia, a group I founded. In 2005 The Southern Crescent Writer’s Group in Morrow, Georgia honored me by asking me to speak at their annual conference. I am a member of Romance Writers of America and Georgia Romance Writers.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Chicki Brown and ENT appreciate it.

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1 Sandy Nachlinger February 6, 2012 at 12:04 pm

If this book is as good as Hot Fun in the Summertime, you won’t be disappointed. It’s on my TBR list!

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