It’s the late 1980s, and Gena finds herself in true-blue love with Quadir, a millionaire associated with the cartel. Quadir is faced with combating the art of extortion and interception masterminded by the notorious Junior Mafia, which reigns from the inner-city streets of Philadelphia. Both Gena and Quadir find themselves caught up in the vicious yet seductive world of drugs and money, only to find that success in this game is no easy win.
I really liked this book. The ending had me anxious to get to book 2. But the next 2 books should be free because they do not meet the standards of bo..Show More »ok 1. « Show Less
Trying to survive the projects in the late 1980s, Gena locked in to the game, and when she met millionaire drug dealer Quadir, she was primed and ready to help the man she loved build a massive empire. All the while, Gena fought to hold onto her man, her house, her car, and the stash of cold, hard cash they’d amassed. But as hard as she fought to hold onto that life, she knew that in the vicious, seductive world of the streets, nothing lasts forever.
This book picked up where the first one left off. It was hard to put down. Looking forward to the next installment.
The final and most explosive installment of the groundbreaking True to the Game trilogy will take you on a marathon race through the mean streets of Philly. Starting off where the second installment’s dramatic cliffhanger left us, True to the Game III will finally reveal Gena’s mysterious stalker and savior, as well as introduce a new killer so vicious, so cunning, so ruthless, he’ll have you looking over your shoulder with each turn of the page.
All three books were good. But I feel like it have unanswered questions lol..but oooh well