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If It Ain't About the Money

Narrated by: Tyra Kennedy
Length: 2 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
4 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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A gripping standalone novel from best-selling author Jade Jones.

Jazlyn, Aimee, Ya Ya, and Jewel have been tight since high school. They do everything together, including clubbing and brawling if need be. But when secrets and the yearning for a friend's man comes into play, their very foundation is shaken, causing them to question their own devotion.

Things really become interesting after the women take on a dangerous career in crime. Love, Loyalty, and cold, hard cash. Will these four friends triumph in the end, or will greed and envy ultimately destroy them?

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©2012 Jade Jones (P)2016 Jade Jones

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underdeveloped heist tale

I listened to the audible version of this book.

This tale didn't hold my attention after the first hour. I put it down and went on to something else. A few months late, I picked it up and finished it today. And the last 45 minutes or so were the best part of the book. I think it was just simply underdeveloped in all areas. The summary was good and I had high hopes for the book. It just didn't live up to what was suggested in the summary.

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Entertaining, but lost me in the plot

I didn't get the reasons for some of the characters behaviors. I couldn't understand why Yahyah became so greedy all of a sudden as this wasn't part of her nature throughout the book. We knew that Amy was after the money and would have done anything. Jasyln, why couldn't she just leave and take Chase's advice? What in her made her need the money more than him? I just didn't get it. Otherwise, was a good story as far as being entertaining. Getting any deeper than that would be a no go.

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Unrealistic

This story line was a bit juvenile Story was not believable. Needs more mature content