Raheem was her air, her life, her everything, and drugs were her way of dealing with the pain. And I'm tell you I was slipping not reading this book. I was on a roller coaster ride and I didn't want it to end. Kayundra, Raheem's shorty has fallen into drug addiction and it has her in a vice grip. I pulled for her every step of the way. An unfortunate event pulls Rah and Kayundra back together.
He wanted a degree, and he was different from the rest. Sparkle was a beautiful woman with a monkey on her back. But man I am glad Nard got what he deserved. I feel as though I have a special bond with all of type characters. Being from the Newark area I know that every event in this book was realistic and it proved that the street This is the first book that I have read by this author but it will not be my last. The demands and pressure of stardom proves too much for Sparkle.
He started off at the bottom, but he slowly made his way, with the help of some dirty cops, and the closest ones to him. They are also proven insignificant because of the weak character development. Kayundra, Raheem's shorty has fallen into drug addiction and it has her in a vice grip. Heart was the initial reason for all the mayhem. . The women, fast money, death, and all of that comes with the lifestyle. There was never a question of loyalty, even when Cam started creepin with Rah's ex girl Tamika.
This part was more than I was expecting. Addicted to streets, find true I'm told Come take my body God, don't let me any longer Smoke a of marijuana, so I know it ain't long Where is the end to all my misery, is a close? J let the money and the women get the best of him, and he thought that love would maybe everything better, but it didn't. Paranoid, don't even trust my boys. Both men are thinkers, and they both have murderous goons at their disposal. She gets involved with another dude which may leave her dead.
But, hey, at least Soundmaster-T produced that wonderful gem of music that is '2 Much Booty In 'Da Pants '. This is what it sounds like this is what it sounds like,. I'm a guy and I'm not criticizing him for not being faithful, but when it comes to your kids, be a man and take care of your responsibility. There was your intelligent thug Raheem who although was gangsta he was also elevated with a higher calling. The loyalty, and love that she gave C.
I was finally glad when he got his. He started off at the bottom, but he slowly made his way, with the help of some dirty cops, and the closest ones to him. She was a good woman, however, she lost herself along the way. I'm Full length page Turner! Okay, first let me extent my appreciated and excitement for finally completing the Thug Cry Series I only been waiting since 2013! Being from the Newark area I know that every event in this book was realistic and it proved that the street life isn't one to be glorified. Please check this story out, you will not be disappointed. But success comes at a price that threatens to shatter their love. Wow, this ending, had me disappointed.
Eric coming for Nard to revenge his brothers death with Rah and the lost of his love ones. Just when things were going well for her, the guilt that she carried, made her relapsed, and once again, she lost everything. Jesus really never died--you crucified mutual suicide. He neglects Tamika, who is playing her role of wifey well in all of her designer clothes and fly whips. Cam'ron and Raheem hail from the notorious Brick City in Newark New Jersey.
This part was more than I was expecting. I thought it would be a typical book about how all boys ca A lot of men think that the drug game is a way to make it but all fast money is not good money. Both have hard life tales but despite their situation they have dreams. Tamika who is Cam'ron's boo makes shit hotter when she sets out to show him that he's not the only hustler checkin for her and she does not have to condone his womanizing. While the story is based on the usual, drug dealing, turf wars, the handsome drug dealer with the pretty girlfriend who likes to shop and get her hair done. Meanwhile, Raheem who is the polar opposite from his man, is quietly putting his G down in the Dirty South. This book needs more review because it was excellent!!! I must say you are a favorite of mines because I never know what to expect, but I have never been disappointed.