Carl Weber is the New York Times best-selling author of such bawdy, riotous novels as So You Call Yourself a Man and Baby Momma Drama. In Up to No Good, Weber demonstrates his storytelling panache and keen insight into his characters' complicated lives.
©2009 Carl Weber; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
This is my least favorite book from this author.I found Darnel's story to be unbelievable and him a complete wimp; Jamie was a drama queen and I found myself skipping through her sections. As for James Black; I could see his storyline a mile away. This book was way to predictable and not at all what I expect from this author.
This book was full of so much drama it was crazy!!! The ending was so unrealistic and just dumb if you ask me. I had me so upset. But if you like other peoples drama go for it.
When the other woman was revealed!
Trustee James Black, he opened up his heart to love and fell in with both feet.
When Crystal found out about the competition, the one with the training wheels. I fell the hell out when I heard that. This dude (the reader and the writer) is awesome!
I wouldn't change a thing!
The narrator made this book. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will be listening to it again real soon.
Hi my name is Bianca and I am a avid reader. I love all types of genres and read all the time. I am a book worm and always will be one.
Yes because this was a great book and I enjoyed reading it.
The hood rat novels because it is full of drama too.
They bring emotions to the characters.
Yes, I did recommend this book to a friend and they enjoyed it very much ! It also made them rethink how they lived and wanted to change a few things in there life for the better !
My favorite scene was when the son found out the truth !
I would take the daughter out because she needed an eye opener ! WOW
book started out great, ending was not all that great, not a bad ending, but not great, kind of left me wanting more, too many loose ends, i did enjoy the book,i am a big fan of carl weber
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