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Karlie Houston is broke, betrayed - and running from a bounty on her head. Turns out the real owners of the payday loan office she ripped off weren't cool with her idea of employment bennies. With her lover and friends gone, she's forced to take refuge with her cold-hearted grandmother. But with enemies closing in, Karlie's last chance to flip a killer script is ticking down to slim, none - and dead.
"Who Can You Trust?"
Struggling bank teller Porsha has no time for Cinderella fantasies. She's working overtime to keep her tragedy-struck family off the streets. But her new boyfriend, Game, is smart, seductive - and sure-thing successful. So why not work his rock-solid plan to steal from her bank? All she's got to lose is more than she can possibly imagine.
Kiki Swinson is the national best-selling author of over 30 novels and short stories. A star of the street lit genre-crime novels in an urban setting - Swinson's works feature resilient women making tough, and, sometimes, not quite legal decisions to survive. Her novels, inspired by her experiences and a five-year stint in federal prison, have sold over one million copies. She completed her first novel while incarcerated and her second novel, Wifey, became the first book in one of today's best-selling street lit series. A native of Portsmouth, Virginia, and a former hustler's wife, Swinson resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Visit her online at KikiSwinson.net.
Saundra grew up in Cleveland, Mississippi and now resides in Indiana with her husband and children. She started writing screenplays at the age of 12 and, as an adult, her need to create intensified. Saundra self-published her first novella, Owning Up, before being discovered by Delphine Publications. She is currently working on her next project.
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By Anonymous User on 10-05-17
The first book was a little all over the place I enjoyed it but it didn't end properly it was missing information so I was still caught up mentally from that first three hours then the second half book was slow starting but once it got going it was pretty good somewhere towards the The middle I begin to see the plot when everyone was introduced I could feel tension that somebody was shady most likely Sasha but I didn't want her to go along with the heist but I have to admit it was not what I had pictured as far as the ending I anticipated her dying or going to jail after they taking the money from the bank but to find out he was married to Keisha and messing with Sacha it was just a twisted tale but overall I gave it the four stars because I love Kiki Swinson the ending was happy that surprised me. Good read overall
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