Ghetto Dogs is an inter-racial love story seen through the violent prism of dogfighting and drug dealing. While on his way to apply for a teaching job in Harlem, Vincent DeRosa saves a young boy from being mauled by a runaway pit bull. Looking on in horror, the boy's mother watches as the white man is in turn attacked and nearly killed. It is only later, under very different circumstances that Vincent and Desiree meet again and fall in love. But their love is challenged from a number of angles, not least of which is Desiree's ex-boyfriend, Rosco, a notorious drug dealer and dogfighter who has decided to reenter the life of his young son.
I really liked this book but, the recording is pretty bad is skips, repeats, there's parts were the audio cuts out completely. The story is good but a little bit to predictable for me. The dog fighting scenes were extremely graphic. All around good book but might need a new recording or new edit.
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