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A love story birthed in the streets and fueled by cocaine....

When Snow Wilson graduated from high school, she would have never imagined that such unimaginable deadly circumstances would snatch her off of the campus of the HBCU and land her in the whirlwind of the drug game. Yet, she juggled it all to the best of her ability in order to take care of her brothers, Killion and Prince, and her incarcerated best friend, Bae. She found her strength to push past her pain with the help of Zo, a single father, with the same reason to hustle hard in order to survive. 

After being unjustly incarcerated for the murder of a classmate, Bae had been spending the last year suffering incredible and painful losses while being imprisoned. Her attorney, Diego, has been working mercifully to get her released from prison. However, many aspects of prison force her violent hand, affecting her chances of winning her appeal. 

The commencement of Snow’s reign over her father’s network began with a bloodbath. Will Zo lose yet another love of her life, or will she finally get her happily ever after? While fighting off the demons of prison, Bae finds an angel. Yet, the prison walls not only keep inmates from their loved ones on the outside; it keeps them from the loved ones that they find on the inside as well. 

Who survived that bloody Christmas night? Will Bae get the opportunity of freedom, or is she safer inside, where the demons of the past can’t get her? Find out in the finale of the Snow series!

©2019 Jessica N. Watkins (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Female reader is a NO

This story would have been more effective if the female reqder had been a stronger voice, otherwise good job. I enjoyed the books 1 & 2.

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miranda j was not the correct narrator

this book has so much more potential, who picked the narrator? you must have owed her a favor or something

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Good read

A good book, but the narrator's made it really hard to stay tuned into it

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Outstanding!)!)

I Love this story can't wait to hear more about Snow and Zoe's love story or even Bae and Saiid love. made me wanting more ❤

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The narrator is not right for this story AT all! It like a urban story with our light skin cousins (SMH) Then they used a male narrator that was kinda of corny. However, they used the same narrators for 1 & 2 so you after awhile you get kinda of used to the voices.
The story is decent for a urban fiction book, it kinda of drag on some points and just want to skip over that but if you skip then you gonna miss something ...
The story lines of the characters are interesting enough that you want to know what happen to them and wish them good ending. So all in all the books are worth the credits.



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Warm and Fuzzy although it’s Snow

I really enjoyed Snow 2 and all of the elements I wanted to occur did come out in the storyline. I’m glad that Zo and Snow worked through their differences and Bae was able to find mental peace with her secret and begin to have a relationship with someone who loves her. I love the way you handled the secret; I didn’t want another mother not supporting her kid and I especially love the way the mom handled the situation by not repeating the cycle and allowing Bae to have a future. I can’t wait to continue to read/listen to more stories by Jessica Watkins!

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Didn't want it to end!

I love Snow and Zo. I wanted to know more about Syed and Bae.



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Bomb

Nice book with a happy ending loved it wish it was a part 3 zo and snow relationship was an example of real life relationship struggles

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enjoyed book

I enjoyed the book overall. The female voice could of been stronger more enthusiastic.

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Great Conclusion!!!

Still can’t get Jiggy with the narrators but great ending. Book 1 was a great set up.