Black Out

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After surviving the brutal attack from B-Low and his prison gang, Real was released back into the prison's population with only one thing in his eyes—blood.

Shonnie, the attractive sergeant, is stuck in an abusive relationship and going to work everyday at the maximum security institution, CSP, was her only solace. She met Real and instantly fell in love with his charm and ...

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Black Out (G Street Chronicles Presents The Lights Series)

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Overview

After surviving the brutal attack from B-Low and his prison gang, Real was released back into the prison's population with only one thing in his eyes—blood.

Shonnie, the attractive sergeant, is stuck in an abusive relationship and going to work everyday at the maximum security institution, CSP, was her only solace. She met Real and instantly fell in love with his charm and charisma. Her dream really came true when Real's lengthy appeal was granted and he walked out of the prison gates a free man.

Just when Shonnie was looking for the nice calm country life with the man of her dreams, she was thrust into the city where dogs eat dogs and the city dwellers were hungry. She adjusted to her new lifestyle but after one of the mobs' made-men gave Real the position of running the family's chain of strip clubs, the outlet they used to clean up their dirty money, things got serious.

Real was comfortable in his new position until he was paired up with another of the family's workers who wanted more than just being a helping hand. Sharing the club duties from city to city brought Real and this mysterious woman closer. After seeing the bigger picture, they devised a plan that would ultimately change lives.

The glitz and glamour of the city life has permanent effects on a person and after having lived that life, you're never comfortable being normal. The only way to get back to the top...go hard and eliminate anyone in your path.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938442469
  • Publisher: G Street Chronicles
  • Publication date: 2/8/2013
  • Pages: 291
  • Sales rank: 472,239
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted December 15, 2013

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    Blacked Out

    So I picked up George Sherman Hudson’s “Black Out” and quickly found myself confused. I was reading about characters, none of whom I was familiar with. None of whom had anything to do with the previous two books. Where was Real, the main character of the Light series? Thirteen chapters and twenty-seven pages later of a narrative that hopped back and forth between first and third-person with errors, I realized I had read part one of another series. Yes, “Black Out,” part three of the Light series opened with another series. Not interested in this other series, I flipped page after page to get to the story I was supposed to be reading. Imagine my surprise and disappointment that it didn’t start until page 183.

    Real is back. Like its predecessor, a lot happened, yet not much happened. Real again found himself in extreme situations. The main character of the other series played a role in Real’s story hence including the three shorts. However, I wasn’t interested in another story or series though it was forced upon readers. The meshing of both stories was not smooth and it was rather awkward to have it sprung upon readers without explanation.

    As for “Black Out” itself, the series seemed to have gone somewhere off the track after the conclusion of “City Lights.” The power, the intensity, and the substance were gone, diminished with each book. Add to that this book didn’t bring this series to a conclusion. Instead it raised new issues that were not resolved leaving room for yet another book. At only 108 pages, this story could have and should have concluded everything.

    I hope the next book, first, regains focus and substance before, second, bringing Real’s story to an end.

    Reviewed by: Toni

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2013

    Good read

    Liked this book . Had a lot going on!!!"!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2013

    Unknown

    I strarted and couldnt stop until i finished.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2013

    LOVE THIS WHOLE SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    LOVE THIS WHOLE SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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