Leah's crazy scheming has finally paid off. Now that YaYa is out of the picture, Leah has everything she's ever wanted. She steps into YaYa's shoes, and now she has money, family, and, most importantly, she has Indie. She's the queen of his empire, and no one suspects a thing.
There's only one problem: Disaya Morgan isn't dead. Newly initiated into a powerful circle of women, YaYa is out for blood, and when she comes gunning for her spot, the streets will never be the same.
Ashley Antoinette is back and better than ever with the third installment of the Prada Plan series. A case of mistaken identity left listeners reeling at the end of part two, but part three is a heart-pounding saga that will leave you breathless.
©2013 Ashley Antoinette (P)2013 Brilliance Audio
Tell us about yourself! USPS, mail carrier walking all day, audio books really make my day seems shorter
The author of this series should be writing movie scripts, she's that good of a writer, I work outdoors for a living, so audio books work better for me, I only listen to my books while working which makes for a shorter day, but I almost couldn't wait to get back to work to listen to the next chapter, OMG, what a great story. keep writing girl, and I'll keep buying.
I sit in an office on a computer all day so these books are a great way to pass the day away....BUT, this should have been the finale. The wait should have been over for her to finlly get her revenge on this copy cat psycho b***h.....but instead the story continues. I disgree with alot of the predictable story line, YaYa was suppose to be stronger than ever in my opinion. Despite it all Im still a fan of Ashley but not overall happy nor what I expected
Yes because in a fan of Ashley's writing.
I would have made YaYa behave more like the queen pin she was trying to be and I definitely would have had her kill Leah.
It was OK.
No...unfortunately it would only be a "B" movie.
Well I'm sorry to say I wasn't moved by this book at all. I'm a fan of Ashley Antoinette and will remain so but this was not one of my favorites. The story wasn't at all about the "Green-Eyed Monster" no more than the 1st two books. I think it should have been called, "The Prada Plan 3: YaYa's Pity Party." We never got to see YaYa really do anything with all the power she supposedly has. We don't get to see much of Chase and the street side of things. What we do get alot of, is YaYa's pity party about all the stuff she's been through, trying to explain why she's addicted to pain pills now. Granted, she has been through a hell of alot. More than I've ever been through, but it just got old and boring to me. I thought it was really crazy that she sends an 18 year old to prison to take out YaYa and then when she's finally able to take out YaYa herself, she grows a conscience. This story was just OK to me. I'm not going to bash the author because I think she's truly talented, along with her mate JaQuavis, but I do hope a lil more effort and time is put into the 4th installment...ijs
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