B-More Careful takes sex, lies, and betrayal to the next level in this action-packed, fast-paced, suspense-filled novel.
Growing up on the cold, mean, inner-city streets of Baltimore is Netta, leader of an all-girl clique called the Pussy Pound. With no father and a dope fiend for a mother, Netta learns at an early age how to use her beauty and her body to get the things she wants: money, cars, and jewelry. Chasing the almighty dollar, she meets Black, a local drug dealer with a deep-seated hatred for New Yorkers who falls head over heels in love with her. With a broken heart, Black discovers that Netta is only after his money and seeks the ultimate revenge against her life.
©2015 Shannon Holmes (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Production, LLC
Enjoyed this book because it was so realistic. I enjoyed the fact that the author gave background information on the main characters,it helped to understand why the motives behind their actions.
I didn't like much of anything about it.
Long and drawn out. Language was horrible.
I would not recommend this book to anyone. I feel like I waisted my money.
I think this novel was a little too gritty for me. it was difficult to keep up with all the characters "in the game". the female characters in the book performed by Cary Hite did not work out well either. this book would have definitely been better performed with a male and female narrator. However, I say to the author to keep up the good work best it's just not my cup of tea.
While i think this story is actually overall pretty good, the narration is poorly executed. there's little emotion in Cary Hite's voice during the reading. This leaves most characters sounding silly, stale, and lifeless. The narration itself even sounds monotone, lacking depth and diversity. overall i enjoyed the book because the story alone was good and had a nice message behind it.
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