After high school ends, life begins for 17-year old Angel after falling into the clutches of a sexy, smooth-talking pimp named Jay. Instead of taking the path that leads to a bright future, she instead takes a different, much darker route.
James "Jay" Anderson not only opens Angel's eyes to a whole new world, he also introduces her to a quick and convenient way of making cold, hard cash. Floating on a dream, Angel obliges, unaware of the hidden danger that also comes with the territory.
If her new gig and love interest aren't enough, things really become complicated after she becomes romantically involved with her long-time friend, Maurice.
With the two most important men in her life pulling her in opposite directions will Angel be able to tolerate it all? And most importantly, will she be able to handle her new-found hustle?
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Misleading title & bland story
The story did not flow smoothly, It needed better transitions from one event to the next;. so the listener/reader is not confused.. I felt there were a lot of holes. The story lacked character development.
More attention should be paid to word usage, character & story development, and continuity
The narrator has a decent voice, but was the incorrect choice for this story. While I'm glad Cee Scott did not narrate the story, a females narrator should have been chosen.
The plot had potential had it actually been developed AND been a hood love story.
This was a story of a misguided child finding her way.
The author appears to have a common theme in all of the books I have read/or listened to thus far. All the women are weak, simple and reckless. The men tend to be womanizng and abusive. Even the men who "love" the women are still the kind that "strong arm" their women.