National best-selling authors Kiki Swinson and De'nesha Diamond light it up with two devious tales of players, hustles - and running out of time...
"Special Delivery" Kiki Swinson: Mail carrier Gabriella Vasquez is making stacks of sweet paper from the innocent-looking packages she delivers on her route. And that much cocaine can buy a lot of the sweet life - and even more of her sexy partner Eduardo's undivided attention. But when the Feds make her an offer she can't refuse, can she play Eduardo and his ruthless kingpin boss - and survive?
"Gun Play" De'Nesha Diamond: The only thing Julian Smith can remember is a beautiful woman's anguished face. Still, for a man with no memory, he suddenly has a lot of enemies. Now he'll need all the lethal skills he didn't know he had to elude his pursuers and uncover the truth. But deep in the heart of the Caribbean underworld lies the one danger he'll never see coming in his merciless quest to get his life back...
"Kiki captures the heat of the streets." (Wahida Clark)
"Diamond is dead-on with authentic slang... The raw prose will burn itself in readers' minds, leaving them screaming for the next installment." (Library Journal on Street Divas)
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Full of suspense
- Dream "LIFE just happens that way sometimes!"
Wow Ladies...........Good Job
If I could sum this book up in three words, I would probably say I want more.
I loved the fact that Gabriella was spared in the first book by KiKi Swinson, for a minute there I thought she was a goner. The second book by Denesha Diamond, I don't know what to say, Wow what a twist. At first I was like okay, get your memory back already, but the end my mouth was hanging wide open, like are you serious, did this just happen. OMG is all I can say.
Well I like Krystal King, but I think she should stick to the bad girl parts. This book was not for her. The ladies in this book need a more softer voice and at times I couldn't tell the guys voices from the women. I think this book needed multiple readers. All in all, I enjoyed both books.
The first book I was like, someone please help her, poor Gabriella, she just got caught up in the game of men. The second book I didn't know whether to feel sorry for the guy or wonder was he really the bad guy, until the end.
Kiki Swinson thanks for the perfect ending. I really applaud you for that. Denesha Diamond, girl when is the sequel, I'm ready, there has to be one, you really caught me off guard, I just knew that I had that book figured out, my mouth is still open. Good job ladies, keep up the good work.