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Definition of a Bad Girl

By: MìChaune
Narrated by: Dallas Malik
Length: 6 hrs and 37 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
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Leshaun is the true definition of a bad girl - a woman who goes from corporate to hood and back again with ease. While she lets others think that she's just one of a team, those who truly know her understand that she run the streets all by herself. Let Leshaun tell it - a big girl can be the whore, the pimp, and the broad that owns the sleazy hotel all at the same time. The issue is that others need to respect her gangster. 

When someone has the balls to burn her hotel to the ground and pick off her whores one by one, Leshaun will have to fight this battle with every ounce of strength she has. She is the definition of a bad girl, and the next time you see her, it will be in the dictionary next to "get rich or die trying". Sometimes, the king of the streets isn't a king at all.

©2017 MÃŒChaune (P)2018 Urban Audiobooks, and Blackstone Publishing

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To much wrong to even try to begin explaining... smdh don’t waste your time or $

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Hot mess

Well this book was a hot mess. The book had to many characters. The story would be talking about one character and there situation then, the book would jump to a different character and a different situation. I did not like lashawn character especially the relationship with zay or Jay whatever his name was. If there is a book two I will skip it.