Tressa is a fly girl accustomed to the lavish lifestyle that her possessive and deranged baby daddy, Lucky, has provided herwith. In order to keep her high standard of living, she has excused many of his unforgivable actions. It is not until he pulls off the ultimate stunt that she realizes no mink coat, car, house, or any amount of money is worth her peace ofmind. Never blinking or thinking twice, Tressa leaves everything behind, with the exception of her street savvy, and sets out to make a life of her own - one that will be filled with hard times and even harder luck.
Tressa soon finds herself making the transition from public figure to public assistance. Everyday of her life seems like one drama-filled chapter after another, from the baby-daddy drama to the backstabbing friends to the various men she sorts through and disposes of. There will be times she must struggle and scramble just to make ends meet, and other times when she will stand tall and hold her own.
In this captivating tale, Tressa's voyage will expose listeners to a side of a struggling single mother that has yet to be revealed to them. Nikki Turner, the bestselling author of A Hustler's Wife, once again takes you on a safari through the jungle of the fierce and stormy streets, leaving you on the edge of your seat and begging for an encore.
©2013 Nikki Turner (P)2013 Blackstone Audio
It you don't like...change it!
This book is baby daddy drama….it's like the behind the scene story of the drama you deal with when you have children with a crazy man.
Again, love Cary Hite…..he can do no wrong in my eyes!
Good book by Nikki Turner
This book had such good reviews that I couldnt' wait to download it. Upon listening to it for a few hours, I cannot get into the storyline because there is a MAN reading for all of the characters. Why would a book called PROJECT CHICK have a male reader?
I haven't read the print edition.
I Loved Tressa because she was fearless, smart, and a survivor,
Cary Hite is great. He uses different voices and makes you feel like you're living fiction.
It would be wiggles just because she was loyal.
Some much drama.
Maybe the thug series by Wahida Clark.
This book has so much shocking drama. I really enjoyed it, I just wished they had a woman narrating for the women. I like this narrator, but his voice is too deep to talk like a believable woman lol. He also made the men sound veryyyyy old. I do like the sound effects that Cary brings though.
I have never written a review before, but this book has driven me to it...
Never before have I heard an author make reference to another book they have written and advised how good it is and that you should read it within the story from the characters. With quotes "from heels to wheels" summed up the book, I had to keep listening to see if it actually picked up, but no.
Never. I want 8hrs and 55mins of my life back.
The premise and setting intrigued me, this could have been an excellent book if the storyline and writing was better.
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