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The high priestess of the hood, Nikki Turner, is back with the novel fans have been feenin' for: the sequel to her #1 best-selling novel, A Hustler's Wife.Des, Virginia's slickest gangsta, is about to become a dad when he is charged with the murder of his own attorney. But with Yarni, his gorgeous wife (and a brilliant lawyer), now calling the shots, Des isn't going back to the slammer without a fierce fight. Even with the heat on, Des manages to take his game to the next level and finds a new hustle, one that will allow him to possess the three things all major players desire: money, power, and respect. He becomes a preacher. Reluctantly, Yarni stands by her man as he trades in his triple beam scale for a Bible and a Bentley and makes his Church of the Good Life Ministry a welcoming place for all sinners to step up to the altar.But when Des's nephew is killed in the high-stakes heroin trade and Des learns that someone close to him okayed the hit, the dyed-in-the-wool gangsta sets aside the Bible for the gospel of the streets - even if it means risking the one person who's always had his back.
©2009 Nikki Turner; (P)2009 Random House
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By Tracy on 12-29-09

Tracy (St. Louis, Mo)

This book was an excellent read. Nikki Turner is an outstanding writer of African American Fiction.

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By Jamz! on 10-18-17

Good up until the end

Really enjoyed the book except for the ending. It felt incomplete and just ended. A little disappointed in the ending

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