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The Power of the V

Narrated by: Jen Carmody
Length: 5 hrs and 29 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Women know the power they hold in between their legs. It could make you sane or send you insane and over the edge. Saroya Jay and Asjalynn have been friends since their college days. Their friendship enters the world of toxicity when they add sex to the menu. Will these two friends lick more than they can swallow? 

Jermaine has a past that may prevent him from having true love. His baby mother is where he continues to venture. When he meets Asjalynn, he tries to quiet the beast inside. Will his secrets be uncovered? Will his need for the V be his end-all be-all? 

This tale of love, lust, lies, and undeniable friendship ties will send everyone that is feigning for the V into a world that they may not be able to get out of.

©2018 Shatika A Turner (P)2018 Shatika A Turner

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This is what happens when you don’t value others or yourself

The whole time I listened to this book I was shaking my head. The story line isn’t new but it was a good reminder of what happens when you screw people over. Lives are ruined on an unbelievable scale.

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Dont buy it waste of time

Dont waste your money or credits it s not worth ypur time if you really want to read it then just borrow it from the library