A Thug's Love 3

Series: A Thug's Love, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
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Apparently, I had been naive the entire time that I was with King. Who knew that he had been keeping such a secret from me? Just my luck, as I hid from him to gather my thoughts and deal with the pain, yet another crushing blow to my happiness was revealed. I then realized that I could no longer live for King; it was time to live for Kennedy.

Little did I know, Jada was suffering the same heartbreak that I was. Dolla had torn her heart into two. My girl was miserable, but she didn’t run as I did; she was trying her best to inflict the same pain on Dolla as he had on her.

Meanwhile, King, Meech, and Dolla were constructing a plan to permanently get rid of the squad’s enemies. But will it work? Will the squad make it through this storm of deception and lies to continue ruling the streets of Chi?

Some secrets should never be kept and some secrets should never be told because, either way, we were all about to suffer the consequences of secrets both revealed and untold.

©2015 Jessica Watkins (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Ok story

I didn't like the woman narrator. The voice didn't fit the story, she didn't make the character believable.

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the book was awesome!

the book was awesome however Amanda Jay or Amanda Jay or whatever her name is she needs to narrate books that are geared more toward her like white people. Every time she read and try to come off with this the black Voice or what she thought was ghetto and every time she mentioned the word Niger I got highly offended and it made me want to find her and punch her in her good face so it would do justice if you all could have someone else near write this book this book and put a sister on the narration!!!

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horrible female narrator

the narrator is horrible. she uses the same monotone voice for each character. she doesn't connect with the characters which makes the story-line hard to follow

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love these books

I like Jessica's writing. She jas me in hee grip with the first 3 of thos series. I Will get the next book (4) righ6 a way.