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In Nobody's Perfect Angel, we (the reader) partake in the incredible journey of Angel Hardaway's life after falling prey to a smooth talking, ruthless pimp.

We're introduced to a naive, impulsive, yet very bright eighteen year old Angel Hardaway, who's life initially begins innocent and in a sense quite normal. High school ends, and although Angel has the opportunity to tak...more
Kindle Edition, 188 pages
Published February 12th 2012 by Kindle Direct Publishing
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Tiffany
This was my first time reading from author Jade Jones. I really enjoyed this story it was over 500 pages but it was a quick read. This book takes you inside a naive girl named Angel who goes through so much life obstacles.

I felt bad for Angel but then she kind of put herself in her situation, she should have known to never trust sonmeeone she didnt know and she put way to much trust in Jay, who she mets walking home from a party one night. It is always the people you least expect who can turn y...more
Sade' Yates
Jade Jones did her thing when she wrote this book!
Mirrlees
Liked this read, I felt Angel was a bit naive and needed to stand up a little more for herself instead of just settling every time for what I consider was wrong things. The in and out activity that happened with Maurice was charming but he needed to be a bit more forceful to take the relationship to the next level. Always practice what your parents taught you and follow your intuition. Good read on a whole.
Tramaine Green
I felt so sorry for Angel in this book. She never knew what she was truly getting into with that conniving Jay. I felt so sorry for her. The real life situations & circumstances that Jade speaks of have you reeling. The story keeps you engaged...never a dull moment. Once again, Jade leaves you captivated & wanting more.
Mattie
OMG!!! I JUST CAN'T IMAGINE BEEN A WHORE OR A STRIPPER. THEN THE PIMP BEATING YOUR ASS ALL THE TIME, YOUR BODY BUT HIS MONEY. SHIT I HAVE TO KILL YOUR ASS FIRST OF ALL. AND HER DAD SAVE HER LIFE @ THE END WOW BECAUSE MY MOUTH DROP OPEN WHEN I GOT FINISH. GOOD JOB JADE
Natasha potts
where is part 2 jade Jones you did a wonderful job on this book
Stacey
Great book to read love all the books I read from her so far
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Jade Jones discovered her passion for creative writing in elementary school. Born in 1989,she began writing poetry as an outlet. She then converted her poetry into short stories. Later on, as a teen, she led a troubled life which later resulted in her becoming a ward of the court. Jade fell in love with the art and used storytelling as a means of venting during her tumultuous times. Aging out of t...more
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