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Betrayed

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  • Posted December 17, 2010

    Explosive Urban Drama!

    Darrell Jenkins, "The Sandman", is a young man from the streets of Waterloo, Iowa who is running things in a big way. In the drug business, you can't have too many friends, because there is always someone watching and waiting to take your place. Darrell is handling his business when things get crazy. In the attempt to control the entire city, people are turning up dead left and right. The police are trying to get a handle on the situation. There is a drug war going on and Darrell has to stay ahead of the police. He also realizes that someone on the inside is trying to set him up. Then he meets Sherrice Valdez and falls in love! Sherrice has hit a few rough spots and is trying to get her act together. She meets Darrell and things really start to look bright. Love has a way of making a man let his guard down. The rollercoaster ride begins in love and war. This book has lots of drama to offer and will keep you turning the pages. I can't wait for the second part of this book to come out. --EbonyReader4Life (Circle of Color Book Club)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2008

    Betrayed

    Darrell Jenkins known as 'The Sandman' is doing big things in Waterloo, Iowa. With the help of his crew GMC getting money in the streets is his way of life. Taking the Midwest by storm Darell is determined to take over every aspect of the streets. Very proud of what he has accomplished, there is one thing that is missing from his life and that is the love and trust of a good woman. Being hurt in the past by his baby momma Darrell has trust issues with women, until he sees a beautiful bombshell Sherrice Valdez during a brief encounter. Both feels the sparks flying and there heartbeats going pitter patter. Darrell knew that she was the was the one, or is she? Things spew out of control in the streets and there begins a World War III. With so much that's going on, who can Darell really trust? Take a ride on the wild side with 'The GMC Crew' and find out who is really BETRAYED. Betrayed blew my mind. This book really had me going, especially the ending I was in total shock. There was plenty of drama, suspense, blood shed that you can imagine. As the saying goes 'Keep your friends close and your enemies closer'. Tangerine, 'Reader's Paradise Book Club'

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