Sasha Wellington has put herself on the fast track to success. Fresh out of college, she's got her career as a fashion designer and entrepreneur all planned out. Her only wild card is choosing which city to launch from. When fate points her to Atlanta, she sets out to make her dreams come true. Before she knows it, Sasha's befriended by two rival BFFs. First there's Norman, savvy stylist to Atlanta's stars, from the A-list on down. Then there's Nina, an outrageous personality with a questionable nightlife.
The book was fast paced...too fast. It seemed like so much was going on that by the time I realized it, it was over. I did like the character of Sasha and she was definitely a sheep surrounded by wolves all out to do her harm from Terrence, Paris, and even Norman.
I doubt I will get part two of this...if there is one and I kind of hope not.
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Dontay Walker had it rough growing up in the projects with a drug-addicted mother who forced him to become a man at the young age of 15. His father was a rolling stone, having multiple children with many women. Dontay always fought for his father's attention - until taking his spot became more important than gaining his love. Now, at the age of 30, Don is the leader of one of the most successful and most feared drug organizations in the city of Philadelphia.
I had no real expectations but I did expect a good performance. The performance had pauses and the reader's swallowing was audible.. the voice of Desire struck my ear as being too high pitched. The story itself did not grip me. characters were introduced so quickly that I had to rewind to find out where they came in, who they were and how they fit in with the story.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful