Trillicious, Inc.

Trillicious, Inc.

by Raymond Francis, Envy_Seal

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Overview

In some situations, there is no right or wrong; there is only survive. When the world knocks Jada down, she must find a way to do just that. Using determination, intelligence, and the body of a goddess, Jada forms a team that uses their sex appeal to make better lives for themselves. However, when tragedy strikes and the chips are down, #TeamTrillicious must prove they are strong enough to weather the storm. Jada, Cakes, and Bri are led on a wild ride filled with plenty of sex, action, money…and even murder!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153348117
Publisher: Pleasure Principle Publications
Publication date: 01/21/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 77,571
File size: 293 KB

About the Author

Raymond Francis is a National Best Selling street lit author from Willingboro, NJ but currently residing in Anderson, SC. He is currently signed to SBR Publications popularly known as #TeamBankRollSquad. Francis is also the owner of Pleasure Principle Publications. His fast paced books are filled with incredibly realistic and entertaining scenarios that leave readers wondering if his books are based on actual events. Blurring the lines between reality and fiction, Raymond Francis crafts drama filled stories that keep readers in suspense. Blessed with a unique voice and an impeccable talent for building entire storylines off of minor details, Francis prides himself on being able to relate to readers from all walks of life. He describes his style as "simple enough for a fool to understand, but so complex a genius will appreciate." He can be reached at raymondfrancis09@yahoo.com , facebook.com/raymondfrancis09 on twitter @raymondfrancis.

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Anonymous 5 months ago
I loved how real it was. You just never know what people go through. We can't judge a book by it's cover. That cliffhanger though.