• by Tracy Brown, K’wan, Angel Mitchell
  • Narrated by Honey Jones, iiKane, Gabe
  • 7 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the biggest names in urban fiction comes a collection of unforgettable stories of urban love and its consequences.
Flirting with Disaster by Tracy Brown
Chloe Webster is pursuing her journalism degree at Hunter College. Then she meets Trey, a handsome and well-dressed cat with hood swagger. When Trey tells Chloe that he is pursuing a degree in psychology, Chloe thinks she has finally met someone who has his head screwed on right. But as Chole's flirtation with Trey intensifies, secrets are revealed, and she finds that she's playing with fire.
Wild Cherry by K'wan
Gina is married to a man who more than takes good care of her, but her life of luxury comes with a price that she's not sure she can pay anymore. Princess' man doesn't see her as any more than dollar signs as long as she keeps using her body to bring in the stacks. When Gina and Princess meet and realize that they share a common problem, they set into motion an unforgettable plot that will solve all their problems.
Twice in a Lifetime by Angel Mitchell
Beautiful Marley Lucas has had her heart broken before. She vows to never experience that kind of pain again - until love hits her when and where she least expects it. And this love turns out to be the most devastating of all.


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Customer Reviews

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A trio of interesting stories

Ok let me start off saying that the stories were all great. I loved the first story the most though. It revealed that you will never know someones true motive. The closest people are the ones you have to keep an eye out for. The 2nd and 3rd stories were pretty good also. Now let me get to the last story. The naration was terrible. I had to set aside the way the story sounded to grasp the things that happened within the story. I want to know what happens next though. This was an interesting Trio of well written stories. I would have never imagined the things that happened in all of them.
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- Dream


all 3 stories were interesting, BUT the performance on the very last story was not GOOD, the narrator was absolutely horrendous,just terrible, his reading skills messed up the ENTIRE story.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2016
  • Publisher: Buck 50 Productions