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Rashard Peterson is an all-around perfect catch. For any woman that can tame him that is. He's the quarterback for UMA and he's both family and goal oriented. Rashard can have any woman he wants and makes sure to get a taste of each one. With the perfect package, it's hard for Rashard to duck and dodge them because they always come back for more. His only problem is he's living two different lives. Tamia Anderson isn't your average girl. She's every girl's role model letting nothing and no one stop her from achieving her goals. Tamia vowed to never give another man her heart after her first love, Amere, broke it, causing her to flee her home town with her best friend after killing a man. Her only problem is she's fallen under Rashard's radar and what Rashard Peterson wants, Rashard Peterson gets.

Armani Wright is every man's dream including her mom's boyfriend, Steve, who took it upon himself to test the goods. After being raped night after night and with no help from her mom, she turned to the only friend she had left in the world, Tamia. Tamia concocted a plan to get rid of Steve altogether and once they eliminated him, they fled to the streets of Detroit leaving the coast a distant memory. Now Armani uses her body to get any and everything she wants. With sponsors galore, Armani has to figure out if her body is a blessing or a curse.

Michelle Melton is your average girl based on appearances. She is the definition of Plain Jane. Michelle is in love with a man she'll never have completely. She's tried everything she could think of to keep him with the help of her cousin Tiffany. Michelle knows she and Ray are meant to be together and nothing will stop her. At least that's what she thought until a fatal accident sends her to the hospital. Will Rashard be able to maintain living two different lives while juggling multiple women as he zooms in on his new target?

©2015 True Glory Publications (P)2016 True Glory Publications

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I feel cheated out of my 13.95

the book is mediocre..narrator kept stumbling and singing (far too much for her voice to not be so good lol) we got the point of the song but did she have to sing the whole song lol... kinda all over the place with the story line..then you'd tell the same scene right behind each other using a different character unnecessarily (a waste of time) then you'd give too much detail to unimportant things.. I feel cheated out of my 13.95 honestly..

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great read

I loved the story, it felt like I knew some of those characters.
I am so glad the sex scenes were limited, and not so graphic
great job

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HORRIBLE

This book is annoying and bored and just not realistic .... like really underground layer? And laser eye recognition?

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The singing was ridiculous but the story...

The story was good but that was interrupted by all that horrible ass singing. I still want to read part 2 and 3.

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yes

good book will keep reading from this author, Got me hooked III III III iii

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Addicted to Him

I hope there's a sequel to this book because I would like it to continue so that I can enjoy more of it.

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just ok

overall the book was interesting. the narration could have been better. maybe book2 is better

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horrid on all fronts

Repetitive, slow, sophomoric with a large dose of colorism

I listened to his book on audible. It was hard to complete. I like a good urban read so I try different authors.
I feel like those who gave a 3star or better rating read a different version of the book than I consumed. The author is talented, but I think I’ll try a different book and leave this series alone.
This book had me wishing I wasn't one of those people that need to see how a book ends. This was a painful listen, because of the following:
• Repetitiveness- the author’s pension for devoting multiple unecessary chapters so that each character involved can tell you what they were thinking and felt for the scenes aided in the slow pace and mindless detail given.
• Boasting - the author boasted about color so much that it overshadowed the story. The characters all seemed to hate themselves. It also felt as if the writer may have unresolved issues surrounding skin tone. The characters boasted about material things that did not seem as “boss” as I’m sure they were meant to convey. Rashard was supposed to be a college student who was a skilled “boss” in the game, but it was not told in a way that was believable.
• Contradicting statements- example rashard states dark skin women give nothing but attitude just like tamia is giving him when they first met and in the next sentence he states she's not giving him attitude so he'll give her a pass...
• No character development or plot structure
• Sophomoric writing
• Horrible narration (especially the singing even singing a gospel song didn’t make it any better (sorry) mispronunciation of words i.e. carte blanche)
Production-the narrator would speak a sentence and then repeat it once, twice or three times until it was the way she wanted
• Drama for the sake of drama no rhyme or reason; no logic which also made the characters come across as bi-polar every last one of them.

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Addicted to Him

Can't wait to see what happens in the next book and how Ray handles it. I also can't wait to see if Tamia makes it out okay.

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Good just one thing...............

This was a good book. Worth the credit. Never ending drama. The narrator was good. However, I feel as though she went a bit far with the narrating and sound effects. The crying in the background while reading and the other endless beeping and other effects to bring the story to life was UNNECESSARY! ! LITERALLY! Its good to know she tried to bring the book to life but sometimes less is more and enough to you is to much tl others. I enjoyed the song but really though???? What narrator sings a whole song? She is a good narrator and has potential just work on it.