God-Daddy provided a story vividly told of a controversial yet successful businessman and the protective, surrogate father-like relationship he has with two young ladies. It was a narrative through the eyes of these young ladies, their fortunate connection and sometimes trials of that connection to – God-Daddy. From the Bahamian-American community of Port Salerno, Florida it was an adventure through Florida and the Bahamas. That was then, this is now. The Bloodline of The Business provides us with two offerings in one: God-Daddy: The Sequel and The Book of Michael.
In God-Daddy: The Sequel, Janine and Falana are now college graduates and still close to their God-Daddy; a relationship that is now two-fold because they are employees of his corporation. God-Daddy, now semi-retired, is ecstatic with them being a part of his continued business success. He is now faced with the challenge of ensuring the corporation he started continues to be successful. That is not without obstacles. God-Daddy: The Sequel is told from the view of Janine, Falana, family members and God-Daddy himself. This chapter in the ongoing saga goes further into Bahamian culture and its influences of Bahamian-Americans.
The question that has been asked since the novel God-Daddy has been released is exactly who is God-Daddy? How did he become the man that he is now? What influenced his character and were there certain experiences that caused him to be so driven? The questions are finally answered in: The Book of Michael.
The Book of Michael intimately explain God-Daddy going back generations to explore his family influences to his person. It depicts his life experiences that perfected his discipline of focus in business and love for his heritage. The Book of Michael brings together God-Daddy and God-Daddy: The Sequel by describing life before and after the previous two offerings.