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From the Pole to the Palace

By: Diamond Johnson
Narrated by: Ebony Mendez,Gene Roberson
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Hoe. Slut. Skank. Those were all words that Ms. Dreka Hendrix has been called over the past few months ever since she landed her a job at Sin City. Sin City is a major strip club here in Miami, Florida. While most people are there trying to showcase their talents, Dreka is there only because it is her last resort. She’s raising a six-year-old daughter by the name of Charisma, and doing whatever she has to do to provide for her and her child.

In comes the new club manager, Seth Roberts. Seth immediately sees something in Dreka, but the only thing that keeps them apart is the fact that Seth is married. Will Seth give up on his marriage to pursue Dreka? Find out if Dreka has what it takes to go from the pole to the palace.

©2016 Diamond Johnson (P)2021 Recorded Books Inc.

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No more point blank periods!!

Disappointing and stereotypical. Nothing new. Narrators were mediocre and amateur. It was like being read to by someone who has never looked at the script before.