Long live the Queen of Hip Hop Lit!
Nikki Turner is back with another explosive sequel to her number-one best selling novels A Hustler’s Wife and Forever a Hustler’s Wife.
Yarni Taylor is a successful corporate attorney who wants nothing more than for her husband, Des, to renounce his hustlin’ ways and commit to his life as a pastor - especially after someone tries to kill him. But Des isn’t ready to abandon his old habits just yet. He has to find out who is behind the murder attempt, and he wonders if the brazen robbery that took place during one of his church services is related in any way. But before he or Yarni can regain their footing, a young woman shows up on their doorstep - Desember Day, the 18-year-old daughter Des never knew he had. And, unfortunately, she takes after her father, so trouble isn’t far behind.
With their lives on the line, Yarni must sacrifice everything and take it out of the office and back to the streets to save her husband and her family from their checkered but intricately connected pasts.
©2011 Nikki Turner (P)2011 Random House Audio
It was soooo good. Serious and Funny, and I did not want to stop listening. I love Bahni Turpin's voices. She makes the book the aurthors just write it. A must buy. Keep these coming, they can't get released any faster??
A total book geek who wishes she had the gift of writing!!
the last novel built this up for an exciting end.. it just led up to another book.. i wont spoil it for everyone, but i was disappointed about the culprit..no real excitement for me
LIFE just happens that way sometimes!
I have been wanting to get this book for about 6 months now and I'm kinda disappointed that i used a credit for it. Bahni Turpin has such an amazing voice and I simply love how much she brings the characters to life. I think that i expected more drama than what I really got. The daughter coming out of the wood works after 18 years added something to the book but I guess I was expecting more like maybe having a baby with another chick while the hustler/preacherman was married I guess I'm so use to books with infidelity I was expecting the wife to have been heartbroken because she found out that her man was cheating and had a baby in the process. Desember was a bad lil chick true hustler mentality like father like daughter but i do like how the author focused on the aspect of family. Family may disappoint ya sometimes but at the end of the day the ones who know the true meaning of loyalty will never disappoint and will always have your back.
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