The feud between YaYa and Leah has ruined the lives of everyone around them. In The Prada Plan 4, the animosity is alive, and the resentments run deeper than ever.
Indie has watched YaYa's past destroy the woman he once knew, and his patience has run thin. After being left at the altar, he is heartbroken and confused. His quests to save YaYa from herself have failed, and he finally decides it's time to let the love of his life go. Her thirst for blood is unquenchable, and like a black hole she sucks the life out of everything around her. If he doesn't cut his ties, he knows YaYa will cripple him and destroy their family in the process. Then he receives a phone call saying YaYa is in trouble, and his entire world crumbles at his feet.
Who lives and who dies? Will YaYa's addiction to Leah stop her from living her happily ever after? Will the infamous bad girl Leah ever receive her karma? The final book of the Prada Plan series will leave listeners breathless as they race to the finish. Ashley Antoinette is back and better than ever with this sexy street tale.
©2014 Ashley Antoinette (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
You really brought Ethic back from Moth to a flame? not sure why his storyline in this book was irrelevant! This book was nothing in comparison to the first one! the 2nd and 3rd books were repetitive! this book ended with a lot of loose ends! if this really is the end to this series I just wasted a lot of money buying the entire series! I'm new to the urban fiction, I usually look at the reviews and try not to go off of them but I should have listened! I enjoy your writing but this last book was a true disappointment!
It was above and beyond!!!!! I wish she would make more books on indie and yayas marriage!!!! Man I loved it all 4 books. Please make more please!!!! It made me feel like I was there watching everything. Awesomeness!!!! Sometimes I feel like I have a love like Yaya. Thank u for reviving my imagination!!!! Please keep them coming.
I'm ready for the story of Ethic....he sounds like my "Mr. Right"😆. This book could've been a stand alone book it was good not as much action as the other books in this series but still a great book and Cary Hite always delivers.
Ashley Antoinette didn't drag the story line from the first three books on until we got bored with it. I loved that. This book could have stood on it's own really. I liked how i had to second guess how i felt about each character. I couldnt decide if i liked or hated them. Also, I loved this stronger, determined Yaya.
When two opposing sides put aside their differences to save a common love.
Why is this guy talking like a scared slave every time he switch to Indie's voice?? And why is he saying Lee-yah* instead of Lay-yah*?? Like the narrator on the previous books. It's so distracting I can't even focus on the story. He could have at least tried to use a New York accent for Indie, Leah, and YaYa voice. This is crazy!! I'm only on chapter 3 and it's so annoying that I'm thinking of saying forget it, I'll buy the book.
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