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In My Girls I Trust

Narrated by: Christine Romulus
Length: 11 hrs and 57 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
4.5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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How can three women living three totally different lifestyles have so much in common? 

Alexis is a single mother of two, with an abusive baby daddy her girls keep pressing her to leave. Between her difficult man and her girls' constant nagging, Alexis is forced to live a double life. Watch as she tries to hold on to a secret that would definitely tear apart any friendship. 

Keaundra is constantly haunted by a troubled past and lives by the motto "trust no man!" This has left her lonely and with plenty of time on her hands. But what happens when she crosses paths with Mr. Right? Will Keaundra let him in, or will her past experiences force her to let him slip away? 

India is classy, intelligent, loyal, and used to having her way. Between her rich father and her boyfriend, Martell, she wants for nothing. But when her loyalty to her girls starts to affect her relationship, will India have to choose between her best friends and her man, or will he make the choice for her? 

When life and love get complicated, these three unlikely friends will have some very difficult choices to make.

©2010 Brandi Johnson (P)2018 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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AWFUL!

I couldn’t get past Chapter 4. I truly tried. I don’t know which was worse, the narrator or the weak, slow storyline.

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The narrator was terrible.

Good story, but found myself laughing at the narrator's mispronunciation of words. 9 millimeter not 9mm lmao!

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This narrator....Are you serious?

The narrator does the story a disservice. She struggles with simple pronunciation, phrasing, and Ebonics. This makes it extreemly difficut to listen to the story. ugggggggghhhh Rerecord please.

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Twist Near the End

I loved the narrator, her voice was captivating all the way through. Most memorable moment is closer to the end, the turn of events. I was sad like nooooooo, did not expect the ending. The book is unpredictable and I would recommend it!!!!

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  • 04-03-19

The narrator was awful.

The story was pretty good. The narrator ignored punctuation and struggled with pronouncing words. It was painful to listen to her read this book. Buck 50 should be ashamed of themselves for releasing book, with this narrator.

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the reading was HORRIBLE!!!! SHE RUINED THE WHOLE

The reading was HORRIBLE! SHE RUINED THE BOOK! PLEASE SEND HER FOR LESSONS! TRASH READER