In the Frederick Douglass Housing Projects, the name of Jada Butler is synonymous with drama. But there is about to be a new contender to the throne of ghetto antics.
Malika is a young, single mother trying to make a life in public housing. When she meets Teddy, she has new hope for the future. The only problem is, he’s already married.
Gucci’s fiancé is now a rising star in the music industry. She’s thrilled when his tour brings him to New York. But she doesn’t know it’s more than music bringing him back.
After her apartment mysteriously burns down, Tionna is relocated to a plush high rise in Upper Manhattan. She is pulling her life together when a ghost from her past appears.
Don is making money hand over fist with the artists he’s signed to Big Dawg Entertainment. Just when he thinks his life can’t get any sweeter, someone tries to take it.
©2010 K’wan Foye (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
This is the audiobook that had me going back searching for more "urban" themed audiobooks! I love the characters and their hustle! Although the book has "graphic" language, it suited the situation and the type of environments the characters were coming from. I truly enjoyed listening to it and by the end, I wasn't disappointed and felt it was money well spent!
It seem to me this was a story more about the men, and their corruption. I would have never guess this was a story about Welfare Wifey.
I LOOOOVED the story line and the narrator. I look forward to listening and/or reading more from this author. It's my first Audible book and I will listen to it again and DEFINITELY recommend it to my friends.
I'm not done with it yet but I'm looking forward to the end... Stay tuned
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