In his typical jaw-dropping fashion, Carl Weber returns with part two of his New York Times best-selling Family Business series. He's brought along a friend in best-selling author Treasure Hernandez, and together they've added more drama and new family members to the world of the Duncans. By day they are upstanding citizens running one of New York's most respected car dealerships; but by night, they're criminals who control most of the East Coast drug traffic. No matter whether they're on their day or night jobs, one thing is true about the Duncans: there is never a dull moment to be found.
Momma drama takes over the Duncan clan, as there is still uncertainty about who has fathered the Duncan sisters' new babies. Meanwhile, Orlando Duncan, the family's new CEO and a man with his own baby momma problems, has just developed a new product that may make the millionaire Duncans into billionaires. Orlando only has one obstacle in front of him, and it's not law enforcement or one of his family's many rivals. It's his mother, and she may be his most formidable opponent to date, because she's making the family take sides. Can a civil war within the Duncan family be averted before it tears them apart?
©2013 Carl Weber with Treasure Hernandez (P)2013 Recorded Books
I am a writer from Toronto. I am 34 and hooked on audio books.
This is a great new story to the series. I loved the vast cast of narrators used to voice each character. Keep them coming Carl!
I love mysteries, action, thrillers, supernatural.... in general I just LOVE a great story!!
Good book now part 3... can't wait to start it. You shouldn't wait either. .. so start listening
I liked the first one but not enough to want to read the second book. I gave the second one a chance anyway and now I am hooked. I want more!
My mom and I listened to this book after finishing Grand Opening and Family Business 1. This one was a good follow-up. The new characters helped build the story and keep it suspenseful. On to Part 3...
I have about 3 hrs of book left so I hope I'm not speaking too soon & I'll have to eat my words later but Ruby & her brother Randy annoyed me this entire book so far. All of Ruby & Randy's hostility towards Orlando is irrational! They are both upset at him because he paid Ruby for sex when the whole purpose of being a call girl is exchanging sex for money! She hides from Orlando but then is upset because he didn't find her! Why go into hiding if you want to be found? Orlando didn't do anything wrong yet he keeps apologizing! And her brother not once but twice uses her as a chess piece in a game to benefit him but then gets upset because "no one marries a hoe!" I sure hope someone sets both Ruby & Randy straight about how unrealistic their expectations are based on the decisions they made with their life choices!
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