Six members of M-LAS, including national bestselling and award-winning authors, share their body of work in a boxed set of multiple genres that is certain to please even the most discriminating literary palette. In Naleighna Kai’s Was it Good For You Too?, a contemporary fiction novel of temptation, passion, and sacrifices when a man is forced to make a daring choice of sharing his woman or walk away from the strongest love he’s ever known. Joyce A. Brown’s Getting Away With Everything delves into the underworld of Detroit and a couple who puts personal issues aside to deal with a threat to their city and their very lives. Martha Kennerson’s Consequences is a tale of love, betrayal, and passion that puts a couple through the fire and then some. The Joi Sommers Mystery, Broken Dolls by Susan D. Peters, is the thrilling story of a detective who sets out to uncover the killer of one of the upstanding members of the community who harbored a dark secret. In The Virus: When Love Turns Deadly, Valarie Prince’s leading woman turns the tables on a man who infects women with hope only to dash their dreams and send them into despair. D.J. McLaurin’s contemporary fiction, What if it Feels Good? plunges the reader into a world of an unconventional kind of love that gains the outrage of the public and the lovers’ families alike.