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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Nikki Turner returns with her most spellbinding story to date.

Meet the Banks sisters - Simone, Bunny, Tallhya, and Ginger. The four beauties are living under the same roof by force, but they can't stand each other. Their only common denominator is their loving grandmother, Me-Ma. When she's not at work trying to make ends meet, she's home with her girls, trying to keep them from killing each other.

Tragedy strikes when Me-Ma has a heart attack at church. The sisters are shocked to discover that Me-Ma left the house and all her money to the church. Now the pastor wants them out unless they can come up with the money to buy the house from him. To make matters worse, Bunny already owes over $100,000 to a very dangerous man. How can four broke women, each with her own mountain of problems, come up with enough money to save the family's home - and save Bunny's life?

They devise a plan that could have them rolling in plenty of dough - as long as they can stay one step ahead of the law enforcement that's on the lookout for a group of bank robbers who have burst onto the scene.

©2015 Nikki Turner (P)2015 Recorded Books

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  • Almond KD
  • Arlington, TX, United States
  • 05-01-15

Man talk about bad luck

Man if it wasn't for bad luck these sisters wouldn't have none at all I almost wanted to come through the book and help them myself

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Loved it

this was a great listen I couldn't turn it off I hope there is a part 2

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Excellent

I loved it! This story was filled with action, emotion, and excitement! Now on to Part II.

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hot!

loved it can't wait to get right into part 2!! cliff hanger plenty action! fire!

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Great read!

Exciting story from start to finish. It is refreshing to listen to a book without feeling like you are listening to soft porn!!! Excellent story line and narrator! I did not want it to end!

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excellent

love this !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! *** *** :) :) :) ;) !

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great book

This was a great listen. It was action filled from chapter one until the end. the ending will leave your mouth open. #GoodForNothingMother

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Very good read!

This book was good from the beginning to the end. I can't wait to read part 2.

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Loved it!

I am late to the whole Banks Sisters series but I'm glad I took a chance. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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  • lerone
  • ST-CATHARINES, ontario, Canada
  • 05-01-17

Sister hood

What did you love best about The Banks Sisters?

The bank robbery scene by the sisters it was really good to see something good happen

What other book might you compare The Banks Sisters to and why?

This book compares to any book by Kwan with the except of being less violent

What about Diana Luke’s performance did you like?

He performance is very humane in the terms of expressing the emotions of the charactersng emotional

Who was the most memorable character of The Banks Sisters and why?

Diedre, the amount of unmotherly love displayed