West End Girls

West End Girls

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by Lena Scott
     
 

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Now that their brother Debonair is serving five years in prison, three sisters—Tanqueray, Unique, and Sinclair—will have to learn to fend for themselves.
The oldest sister, Tanqueray, is a functioning addict bent on satisfying her selfish needs and desires. A mother of four children by the age of 23, middle sister Unique is in denial about what her

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Now that their brother Debonair is serving five years in prison, three sisters—Tanqueray, Unique, and Sinclair—will have to learn to fend for themselves.
The oldest sister, Tanqueray, is a functioning addict bent on satisfying her selfish needs and desires. A mother of four children by the age of 23, middle sister Unique is in denial about what her latest man is up to in her own home. Sheltered baby sister Sinclair is trying to spread her wings. The only problem is that she's fallen for Tanqueray's main man.
As the sisters struggle for survival—and struggle with each other—will they manage to come together when tragedy strikes?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781601625847
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
02/04/2014
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
731,281
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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West End Girls 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4thestory More than 1 year ago
These three sisters will make you laugh and they will make you cry as they attempt to make their way through the 'hood life'. Born in the inner city, these girls are not new to the 'streets' yet, it seems they want so much more than what was handed to them by birthright. I found the story rather thought provoking in a way, and very entertaining. Ms. Scott's humor is edgy and well placed--not over the top. The oldest sister, even by name spoke to the mother. With a name like Tanqueray you wonder abou the mother. I did anyway. The second sister, Unique, spoke to society. Who just lets a young woman have 4 children by 23 without helping her with education and resources. I feel she was allowed to fall through the cracks. Her situation is far from Unique but there is the poetic parody on the name. The third sister to me speaks to dreams and aspirations. As Sinclair tries to reach past her upbringing to a higher calling. There are a few background characters that bring this story full circle and keep the pages turning. I know there will be more books in this series and I look forward to reading them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago