One house, one robbery, one mistake - sexual intrigue and violent events intermingle in this tense urban thriller.
Cass is a known high roller in the city, and his reign in the heroin trade has lasted for years. People on the street call his gorgeous estate the "White House" because of his political connections and power. His home is untouchable and off-limits to the local hoodlums.
But all this changes the night he meets Draya, an opportunistic beauty queen. She meticulously orchestrates a robbery, which goes smoothly - until the tables turn. Five people walk into the house, but only one walks out.
On that night, pandemonium breaks out at the White House. Murder, double-crossing, and sexual escapades intermingle before a final, unforgettable twist that will shock listeners.
©2014 JaQuavis Coleman (P)2014 Buck 50 Productions
This was a great short story, it goes to show when you take what doesn't belong to you the consequences may be more than you're willing to pay
It you don't like...change it!
Yes, this book was only what...2 hours...but honey, honey, what a wild 2 hour ride.
This book had a underlining message within the story that keep you thinking about who was really at fault. Love the way Mr Coleman wrote this story.
The end was my favorite. I actually like it open with the start of the ending....then once it came back around to that scene...hearing how it played out. This was a great mystery story.
Forever a fan of this dual author power couple...both are great writers.
Never live your life by committee...
Maybe as an introductory book into audio books... The story could have been a good one if the characters were developed more... I mean, there were gaps as to why and how things turned out the way they did. It's like saying your alphabet and leaving out the D, K, N, P, and W... Why those letters??? No reason, and that's exactly my point... Everything seem to be just random...
The background sounds added appeal to the overall story...
I'M NOT PERFECT BUT I AM A LIMITED ADDITION!
I DIDNT READ THE PRINT VERSION , AND WHY WOULD I IF I COULD LISTEN TO IT WHY BYE THE BOOK TWICE? ANYWHO THIS WAS AN AWESOME READ I WISH I T WAS LONGER
SHOWS A CLOSED EYE ISNT ALWAYS SLEEP , JUST BECAUSE SOMEONE DOESNT REACT DOESNT MEAN THEY DONT KNOW
IT WAS OK
GREAT BOOK !
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