Daddy's Little Girl

Daddy's Little Girl

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by Brittani Williams
     
 

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Giselle Doran is a sexy 18 year-old siren that's all about the Benjamin's. Her father is a king in the drug distribution game, and she viewed her father as the perfect man, the type of man she wanted to marry. Shawn is all she's ever dreamed of, or so it seems. She went from being a princess to being a queen, but the royalty didn't come without a price. After losing

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Giselle Doran is a sexy 18 year-old siren that's all about the Benjamin's. Her father is a king in the drug distribution game, and she viewed her father as the perfect man, the type of man she wanted to marry. Shawn is all she's ever dreamed of, or so it seems. She went from being a princess to being a queen, but the royalty didn't come without a price. After losing everything, including her family and being locked away in prison for murder, she realizes that the money, clothes, and cars mean nothing without them, and not even the love she has for her husband can bring back everything he took away from her. Being an heiress to a drug empire doesn't guarantee the life of a princess.

Mimi Gordon was never attracted to the drug dealers or men at all until she met Tony. The lavish life that Tony provided her with only made her want for more. After Tony leaves her high and dry, she finds love with James. James who was recently released from prison has a plan: to become a king in the drug game. Mimi's blissful life quickly turns to sorrow when James acquires a new alias that takes over turning her life upside down.

Follow these two women through their struggle to survive loving a man who destroys everything thing they ever cared about, and see how their paths cross in the most unusual way.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933967042
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
02/01/2007
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 8.24(h) x 0.79(d)

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Daddy's Little Girl 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this book was the best book that i have ever read! it has plaots and scemes to die for the girls that are in here are crazy and in here and the story line is the best. i recomend this book to anyone over the proper age
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a good book if you like Urban Street Fiction. It was one I couldn't put down until I finished it!!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best book I've read in a long time 'and I read lots'. I felt like I knew the characters. It was one page turner after another and I finished the book in two days. It was street life meets romance meets lies meets WOW! Brittani did an amazing job with tying together the lives of her characters. I loved this and Im looking forward to her next one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i am on page 112 and it is great at first i thought it was 3 stories in one but it aint they are know beginning to come in aas one but i waas in the library up in my home town detroit and just picked it up it is turning out to be good i cant keep my hands off it so let me get back to it. BYE!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
FYI this book has nothing to do with Tyler Perry's new movie 'Daddy's Little Girls'. The BOOK 'DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL' is written by Brittani Williams. Her book took me a touch longer to read. It wasn't a bad book by a long shot, just different. It's a story of betrayl, (lots of it), love, lost love, hatred and just plain ol' greed. For me it took a minute to picture the characters, but the characters fit the story well. (I'm a military brat, don't know much of the drug world, just what I see on tv). I did enjoy reading this novel. I was able to be placed in the shoes of people that I never hung around. At first I was wondering when the characters would start to connect. As I contuined to read, I was shocked at who some of them turned out to be. She told a great story over a period of about 10 years. Thank You Brittani for sharing your work. Look foward to hearing more from you!