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Why use one word to someone's face when ten behind their back will do?

Epiphany Wright, Keisha Moore, and Shana Scott spent their teenage years as the best of friends growing up in the hood of Southside Jamaica, Queens. Now adults, their friendship is put to the test when envy, built-up animosity, hidden betrayal, and the bad boys in their lives create havoc.

Every day becomes a struggle to keep their clique tight. Every day something beats against their tried, tested, and proven relationship. Several dramatic occurrences put the odds against the trio. When the dust settles, with all that's already riding against them, will these girls be down for one another - or just plain sheisty?

©2000 T. N. Baker (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc. and Buck 50 Productions, LLC

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THIS BOOK NEVER GETS OLD

I LOVE IT EVEN MORE HEARING IT READ BY NICOLE AND 2 WAS GOOD AS WELL I JUST HATE WHAT HAPPENS TO TUCKER AND KIESHA

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loved it

it's definitely a good book to read, thanks for giving me the opportunity to read :)

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Good read/listen

I liked it a lot and the narrator was good. I hate how it ended though.

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