A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent 2: Money Talks...Bullsh*t Walks [NOOK Book]

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Ring the alarm! Five star novelist Caroline McGill has done it again! Readers will be intrigued by this phenomenal story. Journey inside the pages of this fast paced five star novel to see if money can really buy happiness. Find out exactly what it do in part two. A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent II: Money Talks, Bullsh*t Walks Prepare to laugh, cry, and shout out loud. The characters you ve fallen in love with return five years later... Portia Lane-Mitchell, former stripper and lap-dancer from the XXX nightlife, is ...
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Overview

Ring the alarm! Five star novelist Caroline McGill has done it again! Readers will be intrigued by this phenomenal story. Journey inside the pages of this fast paced five star novel to see if money can really buy happiness. Find out exactly what it do in part two. A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent II: Money Talks, Bullsh*t Walks Prepare to laugh, cry, and shout out loud. The characters you ve fallen in love with return five years later... Portia Lane-Mitchell, former stripper and lap-dancer from the XXX nightlife, is now a respected author and wife of thorough street businessman turned legit self-made millionaire, Co-owner of Street Life Entertainment, Jay. Life in paradise couldn t be greater for this perfect power couple, until an unexpected and painful blow causes Jay to pick up his guns again and resort to his old Brooklyn ways. But in Jay s efforts to even the score, will he succeed, or get caught up in a detrimental web of destruction causing him to involuntarily abandon Portia and his kids? Laila Atkins is like a sister to Portia. She once cheated, but Laila stood by her man. For her husband and children, she broke off her steamy affair with Jays partner and reputable right-hand man, Casino. But now with Lailas marriage literally falling apart due to her husbands expensive new habit, will this wife, and former adulteress try to make it work again, or run back to the open arms of her wealthy, now married ex-lover, Casino? Fatima Sinclair-Page, also like a sister to Portia, gave up extravagant spending on men when she found love with Jays left-hand man and fellow self-made millionaire, Wise. They are married now, but it aint all good. Wise loves Fatima and their daughter dearly, but can t seem to curb his insatiable appetite for you know what. And dont sleep on Fatima because she has a few dirty little secrets of her own. Will she and Wise work out their marital problems, or will their infidelity destroy their union, in more ways than one?
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Ms. Toni Book Reviewer
In A DOLLAR OUTTA FIFTEEN CENT PART II, Caroline McGill offers readers a look again into the lives of best friends Portia, Laila and Fatima. Their friendship has survived the test of time, drama, pain and even death. But are they ready for what life has in store for them next?

Portia has it all. She has a beautiful, spacious home, two loving children and her king in her husband, Jay. Jay, a reformed thug, is now part owner in Street Life Entertainment Inc., a thriving and much sought a
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012297631
  • Publisher: Synergy Publications
  • Publication date: 4/4/2011
  • Series: A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 224,586
  • File size: 279 KB

Meet the Author

Caroline McGill is the bestselling author of the highly acclaimed "A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent" series. The prolific Virgo also penned the rave, controversial novel, "Sex As a Weapon", a steamy, eye-opening tale about AIDS awareness.

Caroline McGill's writing career spawned from a lifelong infatuation with words. She started out writing poetry when she was a kid, but after leading a life you could write a book on, she did just that.

A Brooklyn, New York native, Ms. McGill obtained a degree in Business Administration at Bladen Community College in North Carolina, and then later founded Synergy Publications and independently published her first novel, A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent in 2004.

A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent was the inspiration behind her S.O.S. (Saving Our Selves) AIDS Awareness Campaign. S.O.S. (Saving Our Selves) is a campaign fueled on educating the minority community on fighting the AIDS epidemic. Ms. McGill hopes that women and men alike will be enlightened by her works, and begin to take initiative in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Caroline McGill has penned five novels to date, all receiving five-star ratings. She is currently residing in New York, and touring to promote her latest novel, "A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent IV: Money Makes the World Go 'Round".
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2012

    Great

    I love this book a lot has happened since the first one i felt so bad for lalia when her daughter pebbles died!! I am truely happy for portia and jay i love their realtionship ... khalia needs to get his act together & the way he told portia secret to lalia wasnt right! The ending was sooo good it left me speechless i hope they dont get caught def buying the third book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Must read part 2

    I was so excited to gt to the next part it was just as good as part one couldnt put it down either.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2011

    Kill them all ?

    The book was okay, I honestly liked one way better . I felt like the love part kind of disappeared & it became crime scene investigation. To many deaths ; idk but i didn't like that every other chapter someone died . It was too sad & serious , hope 3 isn't as dreary !

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