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Posted September 2, 2007
Portia has finally gotten her man. Being a mother, wife and author is not easy, but the fabulous life she lives is well worth everything she has been through to be with him. Even that horrid event that could have ended with the loss of her life has not stopped her from being blessed. Portia and her girls have weathered their storms, but as usual, life always has a way of making things bumpy. Will Portia finally give up on a better life and resort to what she knows best? Jay has grown a lot since being in the game and full of thuggary. Able to have a lucrative music business, Jay has made wise investments and made he and his family's life worthy. His boys, Casino and Wise, are living lovely and eating, so life is sitting pretty. As the old saying goes, 'sometimes it's nothing but the devil.' Jay's limits are tested and his life is put once again on the line. Will his love for the streets ruin everything that he and his guys have worked so hard for? Caroline is truly talented. I do have to admit, though, that the premier of this series was a little better. Whereas 'A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent' had me hooked from beginning to end, this one just had me hooked. I have a really low opinion of authors when it comes to sequels because in many cases it leaves you guessing if they had a ghostwriter or not. Caroline McGill proves the opposite. Her talent is limitless and for me stands at center stage.
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Posted August 24, 2009
OMG This book was so good I've never read any of her books I have all three and she did her thing when she wrote two. I can't wait until four comes out already pre-order it a must have 1-3.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 2, 2007
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