Double Jeopardyby Naimah McCants
Star is a thirty-four year old married mother and Philadelphia Police detective. Her boy toy Eric was just there for fun until she
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Star, Destiny, Dream and Precious are four sisters who on the outside looking in appear to have it all, looks, great jobs, and wonderful families. But, under the surface they’re keeping shocking secrets from each other.
Star is a thirty-four year old married mother and Philadelphia Police detective. Her boy toy Eric was just there for fun until she find out that he and her husband Jaheim have a close connection and that he’ll stop at nothing until she’s his.
Destiny just beat a homicide charge by reason of temporary insanity and is trying to piece her life back together. After spending ten years with the man she swears is her soul mate, her love for Quadir will be tested when she discovers that she’s pregnant and nothing seems to have changed. After taking Destiny for granted one too many times Quadir soon realizes he’s bitten off more than he can chew.
Dream is walking a fine line between corporate America and the street life. Armed with street and book smarts she’s able to interact with both sides. Living as daddy’s trophy daughter and mommy’s bad ass, Dream steps up in to a world that she may not be able to get out of. When Dream has a sudden brush with death she begins to rethink her priorities.
Precious, the baby girl was always in the street just enough to learn new tricks. When one of her many hustler boyfriends get locked up he leaves in her possession some items that would take make her Philly’s premier go to girl. From diamonds, electronics, designer clothes, or furniture she could get it all. Even with all the money she could spend she still wasn’t happy. When G returns home wanting a piece of the pie things turn ugly.
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