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Princess
     

Princess

3.8 8
by Rukyyah Karreem
 

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Princess is an urban tale of Moni Harrison, a young lady who found herself living the fabulous life of getting great sex and being lavished with money, cars, and all the riches she could imagine. Her man, Rick was generous with his money. When it came to his princess, he gave her nothing but the finest.

All of the lonely nights and cheating weren’t

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Princess is an urban tale of Moni Harrison, a young lady who found herself living the fabulous life of getting great sex and being lavished with money, cars, and all the riches she could imagine. Her man, Rick was generous with his money. When it came to his princess, he gave her nothing but the finest.

All of the lonely nights and cheating weren’t enough to hurt Moni’s relationship with Rick. He was a big time hustler so she knew it came with the business. Moni continued to be by her man’s side. She was loving life until the reality of Rick’s grimy lifestyle hit her like a ton of bricks. Will Moni keep her royalty status as Rick’s lady or will she take her crown off and walk away from everything that comes along with being a princess?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012011138
Publisher:
Erotic Ink Publishing
Publication date:
04/29/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
625,321
File size:
138 KB

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Princess 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was a fast read with a good story line. However the editor's notes were left in the book which was distracting and pointed out all the inconsistencies in the book. The writer did not make the changes suggested by the editor.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought the story was okay i felt like some parts of the story didnt make sense with what was going on at the time it needed to be edited some of the sentences didnt make sense then there was parts when the person who edit the book left comments and the put that in the book
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Needs to be edited!
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OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Monet Harrison, aka Moni, is a student working part-time at Macy's, where she encounters Rick Baker, a drug dealer once associated with her incarcerated brothers. While it's evident early on that Rick is willing to spend all that he has to provide Moni with a high-quality life, their relationship is controlled and very one-sided, not to mention Rick likes to keep his options open when it comes to having something on the side. Moni, never the wiser, finds that she is giddy at the prospect of being treated like a QUEEN by someone else. With Moni tired of the streets and Rick facing a bid, is this the end of Moni and Rick forever? PRINCESS written by Rukyyah J. Karreem is unfortunately a very basic, overly saturated story. I was hoping that the author would add her very own mark. PRINCESS lacks enormously in details, becomes quite repetitive, and is oftentimes too far-fetched. The editing is absent as there is more than one error on each page. "Felt" is used in place of "fell" over and over again, as well as the wrong tense for words (`I insisted while try to calm everyone down'). You're forced to reread lines to make sure it's not you. I sincerely think if Erotic Ink Publishing, for part two, considers a different narrative (third person versus first person), gets a better editor and gives the characters their own unique voices, the story could possibly become more credible as well as a much better read. Reviewed by: Crystal 2.5