Bleed, Bitch, Bleedby H.O.F.F.A. H.O.F.F.A.
Bleed, Bitch, Bleed: Synopsis
The ‘hood is full of boys who become Baby Daddies before they’re ready. Some accept the responsibility and grow into fathers while others continue to stay boys who run from responsibility as if it’s a disease; choosing to put up a façade for their friends by occasionally buying the child an outfit… See more details below
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Bleed, Bitch, Bleed: Synopsis
The ‘hood is full of boys who become Baby Daddies before they’re ready. Some accept the responsibility and grow into fathers while others continue to stay boys who run from responsibility as if it’s a disease; choosing to put up a façade for their friends by occasionally buying the child an outfit here or a pair of Jordan’s there. They’ll even make it rain in the club every night while watching the mothers of their kids struggle financially. It’s a reality of the ‘hood that will probably never change.
BUT NOT ALL YOUNG FATHERS ARE THE SAME.
From the moment seventeen year old Damian saw his daughter born, nothing meant more to him than being a father she could be proud of. From the moment he first held her in his arms, he wanted to be a permanent & influential force in her life. At such a young age he was more than ready to accept his responsibility.
BUT NOT ALL YOUNG MOTHERS HAVE A CHILD’S BEST INTEREST AT HEART.
Damian’s daughter’s mother Ebony, who’s only sixteen years old, sees their child as a credit card and pawn. Rather than see the relationship of a father and daughter grow, time after time she prefers to regularly place her own selfish wants and needs first, even if it means destroying the bond between father and daughter.
BUT NOT ALL FATHERS HAVE THE PATIENCE FOR GAMES.
Fed up with Ebony’s selfish games and manipulation, Damian realizes his relationship with his daughter could operate a lot more smoothly with Ebony absent permanently. With that decision made, he decides to murder her brutally.
But ALL THAT IS DEAD DOESN’T ALWAYS STAY DEAD.
With six years passed, Damian now has custody of his daughter, has beaten the murder case, and has discovered a new life with her in another city. Everything in his life is perfect until he comes home one day to discover a DVD on his doorstep. When he watches it, his entire world turns dark as the murder he committed six years ago appears on the screen. His world blackens even darker when he discovers that the person who sent the video wants a bloody favor in exchange for keeping the video secret, a favor Damian can’t walk away from…
A favor that will cost several women across the country their lives.
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It was absolutely refreshing to read a storyline that I have NOT read before! I totally recommend this book ... It is definitely A MUST!!!
Revenge is a dish that can really leave a bad taste in your mouth. Damian was seventeen when his life change with the birth of his daughter Jasmine. Determined to be a great father, Damian dropped out of school and took a job full time to be a provider for his little one; but there always has to be a problem to any plan. The problem in Damian's plan is his baby's mother, Ebony. Ebony comes off as the typical hood baby mama. She only wants the cash from him. He wants to be a father but she only wants a money machine. Damian is tired of the relationship that he has with his baby's mother and will do anything, by any means necessary, to be a father. Even if that means ending Ebony's life. The deed is done, but it will never be over. Enter Shannon into the picture, knowing Damian's secret. Will Damian be able to deal with the demons that he has in his past to be a better parent? Will Shannon use what he knows to his advantage, or will he take what he knows to his grave? I have never read a book by Hoffa before, but I do know that I was missing out. This book was so unpredictable. So many twists and turns leaves the reader on their toes. Never underestimate what is being said in this novel, because when you think you have a conclusion there will be a curve ball thrown in it. The ending of this novel left my mouth wide open and wanting more. Excellent work!!! Reviewed by Patrice Grimball Rated 5 stars