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Carl Weber's Kingpins: Houston

The Carl Weber's Kingpins Series, Book 14
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
4 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Life is perfect for Donna and Kim Boon when they move in with their aunt, until her murder unearths a secret that will alter everything they've ever known.

Donna and Kim Boon moved to Houston, Texas, with their Aunt Lisa when they were orphaned at 10 years old. Lisa raised the girls as her own, showering them with everything a young woman could want. The girls have grown up into beautiful and privileged Houstonites and are two of the most eligible bachelorettes in the city, with more suitors than they know how to handle. Life seems perfect, but when Aunt Lisa is gunned down in cold blood, the girls discover a family secret that will change their lives forever.

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Returning this book - same scenarios different book

The scenarios are a re-write from The Circle - Autumn's story. If I wanted to listen to it again it's already in my library! C'mon, Treasure Hernandez. Were u on a deadline or something? I love Ellis Park though...He sounds like one of my NYC homeboys :-)

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I'm from Houston so I was looking for more references to the city but overall the story was good. I knew Keraun was going to be grimey. The girls out there in the world just trying to make it, I totally get that. I really liked Aunt Lisa, she was a baddddd chic. The blast from the past ending made me smile.