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All we have is us. Those were the words that twin sisters, Raven and Lovely Towns, swore by. When Lovely’s love is put to the test after finding out Raven was violated in the worst way imaginable, she makes a call that separates them and leaves her sister to fend for herself. Fortunately, Raven runs into the likes of Silesia and Asteria, two girls who change her life as she knows it, by giving her the means to set her and her sister up to never need anyone again.

Family before everything. That was the motto that had been embedded into the King brothers since birth by their father. Ace, Deuce, Tre, and Saint were taught to worry about the family business first and everything else second. However, Saint wants nothing to do with that lifestyle and makes a decision that leaves his family questioning his loyalty. Meanwhile, Deuce is burdened with the task of protecting his brothers at all costs. 

When a wild night out with his brothers lands Saint in Lovely’s care, he’s left with nothing but thoughts of the beauty who went out her way to protect him. The only thing stopping him from seeking her out is that he’s engaged and due to be married soon.

While assisting her sister with the daunting task of helping a random stranger, Raven is inadvertently thrown into Deuces’ path, and he’s determined to make her give him a chance - all the while having no clue as to who she really is.

In one night, a chain reaction is set off, causing everyone’s lives to cross. When these women, who are low on love from life beating them down, meet four brothers with no grasp on what love really is, will they trust them with their love, or will they trust their instincts and do what’s best...run?

©2020 Antoinette Sherell (P)2021 Recorded Books Inc.

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Good book

My first time reading Author Antoinette Sherell. The storyline was very interesting, kept me continually listening. The Narrators Nola Vance and Andre Jacks brought the characters alive, I am ready to listen to book 2

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King Brothers Reign

Yes yes those kings are bad assThere’s always something going on I love it from beginning to end I cannot wait for the second audible but it was too late so I just got book 2 via Kindle

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The Cartel Kings

This was a great story very interesting and lots of moving parts to keep you hooked! Love the cliff hanger can’t wait for part two! Hope it come out soon! Happy

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These brothers are off the hook

The storyline if very interesting. I’m thinking about getting the book because I can’t wait. I’m trying to be patient to see what happens, I’m on the edge of my seat. The character development is good, so much so that I can visualize each brother and their counterparts too. The narration is ok, but the story is so interesting that you can deal with it. This is not your typical thug ni**a story.