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As mature men, the Savage brothers now realize that a man is not truly rich until he has something that money can’t buy, and that’s the women that have won their stubborn, once concrete, hearts. However, nothing in life comes easy and that includes love… especially with so many threatening, dangerous, and deadly obstacles in their paths to protect their family and their women.

As soon as City and Akira had a taste of their happily ever after, it was snuffed away by her very own father. How will City avoid the charges that her father is threatening his entire family with in order to be with his woman? He doesn’t even have time to figure it out because he has to focus on clearing the Savage family million-dollar debt to the Colombians.

Money finally matured enough to realize that staying with Zoe because of loyalty, was only hurting them both. Yet, now that their relationship is finally over, their drama isn’t. Zoe desperately tries any and everything to get her man back. She can’t stand the thought of him being with Bliss, but little does she know, Bliss wants nothing to do with him.

Shamar was ready to stake his claim of the beautiful, Taraji. However, her obsessed, ex, Reggie, has kidnapped her. Shamar has gone from finding love to trying to find out if his woman is dead or alive.

Suddenly, a pretty, established young lady falls into Shon’s lap right in the midst of him cleaning the streets of those that were disloyal to the Savage organization. He has never fallen for a woman, and when he finds out that she isn’t who she has portrayed herself to be, he probably never will.

In part 2 of Every Love Story Is Beautiful, But Ours Is Hood, these brothers are forced to turn their savage ways up, as they fight to protect their brand and family. Will their relationships survive the constant threats of the streets? Hell, will their family survive?

©2020 Jessica Watkins (P)2020 Jessica Watkins

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Really interesting book and real life events

I liked this book allot and most of it I can relate to what I have experienced and things I know about the good. At the same time its said how things really go down in the hood and when u fall in love....

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The story line was wonderful.
The performance was so bad. You can tell that the words were getting mixed up and the pauses were not natural and didn’t flow. There was also lots of background sounds almost like an old school tape set recording. Even with that said I love the story line.

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I love Jessica 's books

A lot of different characters but each section even juicer than the next . I need a part 3 asap its hard to wait when your on the edge

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Time to listen to the 3rd book

Great book the 1st was good. This one was good and I am hoping the next will be just was good. And the narrators are perfect for the characters.

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I loved the book but not the narrators

I loved this book and book 1 but the narrators were not good at all. I know I can’t talk because I’m not a narrator and I do not know what they go through to read a book for audiobooks but they sounded dead, you can tell they were reading with no real emotion and I don’t know what I was hearing in the background. I do not know if it was the equipment or if they did not silence the booth they were in when reading this book. Anyway, the book it’s self I love but the narrators really make a book and these narrators did not. The men or man that was reading sounded horrible trying to narrator the woman speaking. He sounded like Shenae nay on Martin. The women or woman reading the mans speaking part was horrible too. I had to really get through this book. If it was not for the story I would of put this book down but I could see even through the not so good narrators that this book was a good book 1&2. I don’t even know how to rate this book because of the reading.

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Keeps getting better

The recording is better on this book than the first one, but the story just keeps getting juicier and juicer. This is really good if you like urban/hood stories. This is almost as good as “When a Side Ni**a Catch Feelings” minus the great narration of Nicole Small. I like Ms. Watkins books because she take you on a ride with many ups and downs but you usually get the HEA in the end. I can’t wait to see what happens with the Savage boys.