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Publisher's Summary

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

Azu Wilson gave his oldest daughter the name Snow because she was born amongst his snowfall on the city of Gary, Indiana in 2001. Then, Azu had just began to drop tons kilos of coke on the city, starting the birth of his empire.  

Fast forward 18 years later, Snow is Azu's favorite girl and only daughter. She has been doted on by her father. Now, she is off to college with her best friends, Tristan and Bae. They hope that their move out of the violent streets of Chicago to Tallahassee will bring positive change to the brutally savage lives they have lived.  

However, "wherever arms flow, violence follows". Amongst the excitement of Freshmen year, college parties, and pledging, Snow is forced to return to Chicago in order to rescue her family from sudden hardship and misery.  

Unbeknownst to her, she receives the help that she needs from one of Azu's most trusted crew members, Zo. Zo encourages her to make the biggest move of her life, as he falls violently for the brown-skinned beauty. Snow isn't interested, however. Her focus is on her family. Yet, having been raised by a hustla, wouldn't she be moved to fall in love with one?

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

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Stop putting this Narrator on Urban Books.

I’m sure this story is good, but I’ve tried to listen to Audiobooks that Jay Miranda has narrated and I could never get into the books. This genre of books is not for her period!! Her voice is immature and doesn’t have the power we need for street novels. We need IIkane, Nicole Small, Cary Hite, Mr. Gates, Jakobe Diem and other narrators in this class on these books strictly!!

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Love the Story Terrible narrator

The story was great great plot and story line. The female narrator is awful this is an urban book with a white female narrator.

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Wrong female for the job

Please find someone else to for Snows part. This young lady was not the she made the story unbelievable for me. I couldn't get lost in it.

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Narrator not a fit for storyline.

The narrator of the story took away from the book. It was extremely hard to listen and Picture the story at the same time.

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the narrator was a bit too young for my taste

although I didn't grow up in Detroit they grow up in La so the storyline is believable but the narrator was a bit too Young for me so the book is not as exciting as it could have been

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Good Book - Wrong Narrator

The story was a great story. However, the narrators voice is ALL KINDS OF WRONG for urban fiction. All wrong.

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crappy female narrator

great book but why was the narrator a white girl? I read all kinds of books but damn, the narrator did NOT fit the character AT ALL!

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better narration could help

when i started listing to this book i had a problem identifying with the character and the voice the narrator sounded like someone pretending to swear, lol. this is definitely a teenage read. overall it passed.

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hard to get into.

I love the storyline, needs a new narrator for the female parts, she was very boring and it took me a while to get into the book!

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Hard to finish

This Narrator would be a good fit for Paula Hawkins or Gillian Flynn books but, bad choice for Urban books. Jay’s voice did not portray the character very well. I don’t know if I’ll listen to part 2.

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