Trice Hickman is set to release her sixth book, “Troublemaker,” on July 29.
The “Troublemaker” centers around Alexandria Thornton and PJ Brightwood, who after 20 years, reunite and fall in love.
Alex is a spoken word artist, and PJ is a successful, talented surgeon. Their happiness brings unexpected complications for those they care about most, including Alexandria’s mother, Victoria Thornton, who used to date PJ’s father.
As the impending marriage reunites both families, it reignites old feelings that test all of their relationships – and all of their boundaries.
Hickman earned her undergraduate degree from Winston-Salem State University and a master’s from Wake Forest University. She held corporate and nonprofit management positions before deciding to write.
She self-published her debut novel, “ Unexpected Interruptions.” Her other titles are – “Keeping Secrets & Telling Lies,” “Playing the Hand You’re Dealt,” “Breaking all My Rules” and “Looking For Trouble.”
Hickman’s books have been praised by both readers and critics. After the release of her debut,
Publishers Weekly said, “Hickman hits all the high notes in this charming modern romance where love and loyalty trump race.” RT Book Reviews hailed “Looking For Trouble” as “a fantastic saga about family, friendship, love, status and destiny.”
Hickman will kickoff a book tour at the Carver School Road Library, 4915 Lansing Drive, on Tuesday, July 29 at 7 p.m.
To learn more about Hickman, go to http://www.tricehickman.com.