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Publisher's Summary

This is the first installment of a fierce new series by the co-author of Desperate Hoodwives, featuring an intimate look at the scandalous life of a wifey who uses her sex appeal and street smarts to make it big.
In the hood, every day is about struggle and survival, and no one understands that daily grind more than 22-year-old Kaeyla “Goldie” Dennis. She’s been the “wifey” of an older, wealthy man since she was 15, but the discovery of their longtime affair by his real wife brings to a crushing end her hood-fabulous lifestyle in their low-rise project in Newark.
After trying every hustle she can think of to make money, including selling knockoff clothing and bootleg DVDs, Goldie gets an irresistible offer from a sexy strip-club owner. She becomes the club’s biggest act and takes her show on the road, running her own strip club on the weekends in her apartment. But Goldie’s love of money causes her to make decisions that bring on enemies, and the ultimate test comes when she’s gang-raped, beaten, and almost killed. When an offer for her silence is made, will she choose money over self-respect?
©2011 Niobia Bryant (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc. and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
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Critic Reviews

“A gritty new urban series with a down and dirty intensity.” (Publishers Weekly)
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By Dream on 11-22-11

Good read

This book wasn't bad I think the best part about this book is the ending and how the internal conflict regarding money or your self comes into perspective. This book is for the young readers. Right is right and wrong is wrong on all levels.

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By Ann Abanaka on 01-21-11

Oh yes, loved it!!

I could not stop listening, I enjoyed this book sooo much. From beginning to the end this book was off the chain!!! I cant wait to read more from this author!!

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6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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