Diamonds are forever - or are they? The Cartel runs Miami, and loyalty to their organization runs deep, but when someone breaks the rules, things may be beyond repair. A snitch in the crew has dismantled the notorious Cartel, and now disloyalty threatens to tear the family apart.
Young Carter is in the fight for his life as he faces drug kingpin charges due to the treachery of his best friend, Ace. Kidnapping, murder, deception, and seduction fill this thrilling sequel. Will Zyir find out that Breeze is still alive? Will Mecca be exposed as his brother’s killer? Is Miamor dead or alive?
Ashley and JaQuavis are back with The Cartel 2. Their twisted tale of deceit will have you on the edge of your seat, trying to figure out what happens next.
Ashley & JaQuavis are the New York Times best-selling duo responsible for the popular Cartel series. They live in Flint, Michigan, where they are working on future projects.
©2009 Ashley & JaQuavis (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
“Their work has been regarded as some of the premiere titles that have led the way for this growing phenomenon of gritty tales.” (Urban Book Source)
Yes, it's a good follow-up to the 1st one
Would probably refer to a friend
Liked the continuation of the story line, but didn't care much for how the Murda Mamas came to be. I would have preferred the storyline to continue with the Cartel and the Diamond family.
Finding out that Breeze was alive, getting to know Carter, and Mecca and learning the history of the Murda Mamas from Miamor really kept me going. Even though Miamor gets a taste of what she serves I was still rooting for her and Carter. And on top of that Murder comes home looking for his woman. I was exalted with anticipation ... and then came the twist at the end. I really didn't see this coming.
I was in a hurry to get to Cartel 3.
The book was great until the end... I felt like I wasted hours of my life that I will never get back... Debating whether I should purchase #3 or not...
He's awesome. He does his thing.
The crazy man who kidnapped Breeze.
So many things don't make sense. Like it was 6 months later and Breeze is just now waking up in the man's house. What was she doing for 6 months? Was she in a coma? What? Why wasn't the Grandfather who was the actual Cartel the main character in the book? It was bad.
Yes, overall it was a good story and will narrorated
Murderville is better, but this is okay.
Carter, Mecca, and Zyir killing Matee
Miamor, it was really nice to hear her back story.
Like my title says I don't know whether to be happy about the Cartel 3 or mad at the ending of the Cartel 2 . I feel like the story ended specifically so we can spend our money on the Cartel 3 to see how it really ends. While a smart move on the authors part, I still feel lied too.
Yes. There were so many hidden treasures in this read that I missed the first time around.
I LOVED Murder in this book. He had such a tender side towards Mi Amor and her sister.
I don't want to give away the story, but I loved the action in this book. There was so much happening in the lives of all of the characters. I loved how they bring all of the individual events together and you get to see each characters perspective.
Carter definately. His character is so sexy. That is if you like bosses!
This was such a surprise in a story. To tell an entire story and all it was, was a dream of a woman who was about to be killed. I loved it a very good plot twist
The whole story, thinking this person was dead and wasn't.
I liked how the story was read, it kept me on my toes, once the story was over I could not wait for the next one.
Yes I did. Both I was like oh my God.... and for it all to be a dream just turned me around to dammit, now I still got to find out what happen, but it also gave me that dam that was a good plot, they really had me going.
Just keep writing them, I even went all the way to the Cartel 4, now waiting on 5. This needs to be a movie or a short mini series or something. I truly like these audio books and cannot wait to get another. Also some of the authors older books like the murda mama's need to be on audio books.
Atlanta artist and single work from home mom of 1. I love all things creative including art, writing, and music.
I have not experienced the text version (I so don't have time in my schedule right now for actually sitting with a book in hand) but this was phenomenal!
The twists and turns, the truth of it, the way I could relate to it was amazing. I no devil or angel but I have been through things in my life and come from places that made this book so believable for me.
He was awesome, he is consistent in the way he portrays the characters and although having a variation of narrators is cool he is a great voice over actor.
I would call it, It Was All a Dream after a Biggie song lyric LOL
This book had me about to cry so many times it's crazy, I gasped like I was actually watching a movie, and I cannot wait to buy the next book, or 2 LOL.
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