“The Best Years I Never Had”- a book about her life and hardships that she feels could help others through their own life trials. After turning to prostitution and drugs after falling on hard times, having to live without her biological daughter Keyshia Cole, and spending many years in jail, Frankie is trying to get her life back together.
The release states: “If dancing isn’t your thing, Frankie’s newest page turner is sure to keep you engaged. Published through Success Books and Media; The Best Years I Never Had takes readers through the pains of being a single mother on drugs, and Frankie’s fight to survive day to day. The petite powerhouse bares her personal struggles and uses them to offer women sincere, heartfelt understanding and candid advice about sex, drugs, and overcoming adversities.
“This book will inspire; it tells the story of a lady who’s been through everything from battling with drugs to resorting to prostitution and everything in between….this is her journey to turn her life around and merge into society.” Explains Frankie’s manager, acclaimed author and platinum producer Leroy McMath, “She’s showing people that she has changed her life and they can do it too.”
The Best Years I Never Had – comes out online Dec. 20th and paperback due in stores on Jan. 24th.
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