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Murderville 2: The Epidemic (Murderville #2)

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With Samad's target on her back, Liberty must survive the harsh streets alone. But when a chance encounter pushes her into the arms of a new friend, Po, the two take on the California kingpin--and step full force into the game.
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Published July 1st 2012 by Blackstone Audiobooks (first published January 1st 2012)
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Charlene Richardson
This book picks up right where part one left off. In part 2 you get to connect more with Liberty as she tries to move on because she has lost so much in her life. Somad is still after her and will not rest until he has her. Po is also trying to get over losing the love of his life Scarlett. Somehow these two come together and it's hard to figure out if it is because of their losses or just fate. Liberty's past is revisited and we get to actually experience Sierra Leone through her eyes. They say ...more
Tazzyt2bossye
'Two hearts...two hearts that beat as one...'

Murderville 2 kick starts the drama as Liberty is lost and alone in a world full of people that want to control her and eventually destroy her for no apparent reason other than pure evil. Po is a hustler seeking riches and a gamble at nobility, he loses his small fortune and his lady love. Liberty wanders through life trying to find her purpose, even though she longs for peace and a love that was silenced by a tragic impulsive act. Liberty's vulnerabi
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Cassie
Sheesh I hate Dahlia. And Po so blinded by her that he can't see what she's doing I swear she's going to get him killed. How can you believe a chick you don't know over you're best friend smh I swear coochie can blind some men smh. I hope Dahlia die in book 3 can't stand her. I had to make myself not think about hating her just so I could finish this book.
Rosemarie
This was a really good book. Picks up right where part 1 left off. You see lies, murder and deceit. Poor Liberty can,t seem to get a break and Dahlia needs a good azz whipping. I can,t wait for part 3. I hope Po comes to his senses because I really like him.
Mostunique Farelas
This book had me so mad but a good mad cause the book was really good a
Tiffany
Book 2 starts right off where book one ends letting you recap just in case you forgot or missed anything. Now with the love of her life gone Liberty must learn to how to survive in the hard streets all by herself. With Samad still out he still has a target out for Liberty. He wants more than anything to get revenge on her for what happened in the past. While out one day and bullets start to flare she is rescued by Po and the two quickly become close friends. While both are trying to fill a missi ...more
Brittney Green
WOW! Can Ashley & JaQuavis ever do wrong? This is what I want...a BANGER! they know how to bring it! Murderville 2 did not disappoint and I beg them please hurry up with part 3 because I am in need!!!

The book starts off where part 1 left off...Liberty and A'shai are reminiscing on their past in Sierra Leone..Liberty is sick and dying without an heart & A'shai is sad so he takes black poisonous tea praying that he dies with the love of his life...While dreaming Liberty awakes to a beepin
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Nicole Davis
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Me'Tova Hollingsworth
Oh I just loved, loved, loved this series!! The characters were real to life, and the dramatic situations were so exciting. The authors had me on the edit of my seat, wonder what was going to happen next. I couldn't stand Dahlia, and I hope Liberty gets her revenge in the end. I couldn't believe how Po just let Dahlia come in and manipulate him to the point that she was pretty much running the show. He talked about Liberty not know how to play her position, and being so naive, but he wasn't too ...more
Anita Dawson
Without Ashai, Liberty falls into the hands of Samad a trafficker from Sierra Leone. Po meets her and immediately is drawn into the beauty. After learning of the abuse that she is taking from Samad, he decides to save her. After hearing her story, Po believes that Liberty has the heart of the one he lost. With both of them losing loved ones, is the love one between Liberty and Po real or are they being drawn together because of their losses?
Erica
"Murderville 2, The Epidemic" was a great book. I was pleased that Liberty was able to be freed from the evilness of Samad and able to continue living her life without worrying about Samad finding her. I love how the authors tied Liberty and Po together because they both had similar past experiences in which they both could relate to as far as the loves that they both recently lost. The climax of this book was when Po and Liberty went to Sierra Leone and found Liberty's cousin, Dahlia. Finding D ...more
Kitani
All I could say is wow! In the beginning I was happy that Liberty finally had the opportunity to be reunited with Dahlia. Dahlia was a sick individual that really needed help. She did the worse thing possible to Liberty, all because she was jealous. I couldn't believe Po could be easily manipulated. If only he would've been more supportive and understanding when it came to Liberty. Po is letting everything go to his head and causing more pain than anything. There were always signs that should've ...more
Rell
Not bad! A lot better than book 1! Poor Liberty just can't catch a break. Dahlia is crazy as hell and delusional and Po, the sick ass bastard.... Dahlia have him doing drugs and thinking the world is out to get him all over a piece of ass! I read most of this book in one night( so its good), i've laughed and thought that Po is the typical man, get a nasty freaky whore and lost his mind. When he lose everything then he'll see the error of his ways!..... well On to book 3, lets see who lives and w ...more
Quan
I loved this story. Ashley and JaQuavis never disappoints. I really felt bad for Liberty, it seems like she can't catch a break and Po was a dumb dude, first off by Dahlia trying to get with him while still with Omega and being Lib's cousin shows that she is not loyal. Homie better wake up real quick, hopefully it won't be to late. I am use to their endings so that didn't shock me but I am rooting for Lib and Rocko! I hope we don't have to wait a whole year for part 3. Oh and that Dahlia broad r ...more
D0LL
This book is the best book ever, besides the Cartel Books. Its different, romantic, sad and the list goes on. Beautiful. One of my top favs
Nicole
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Aisha
I loved Murderville 2, was an excellent book. Actually I love the whole Murderville series.
Kristina
It is scary to think that some people's thought process might be like this.
Shirley
I love the way this story line is going.
Brandy
Sep 23, 2012 Brandy rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Omgeez! The love story of Liberty and Ashai was so powerful and raw! It was so hard to close that chapter and accept Po. Book two became so much more than just about Liberty and her background and I loved how the new players were introduced. Well all except Dahlia! You will love to hate her! Horrible and she is blood?! I can say that I rooted for Liberty all throughout book one, book two and I am on edge to learn her fate in book three! It's so unfair to have to wait a whole year! Like an addict ...more
Marlene Melby
I would have given 5 stars, but because I was listening to it on CD while traveling, I had to take a star away because of the language and graphic sex. I was so into the book, but anytime my grandkids were in the car I couldn't listen to it because it is REALLY inappropriate for children or anyone who is offended by foul language and explicit sex. I do believe those elements added to the story because they gave a true picture of the life the book was telling. I could hardly wait to find my priva ...more
Chanda Davenport
Even better than the first.
Brenda
Sep 17, 2014 Brenda is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
Murderville 2
Victoria
I'm beginning to question the sanity of this writing duo lol. How do they come up with such vivid "stories".?

Ashley and Jaquavis have clearly lost their minds.....in the best way, of course. This book was very interesting, a compelling pAge Turner to say the least. Poor Liberty is just going through it all.I hope she winds up on top and that bitch Dahlia gets what's coming to her. I think it goes without saying, but I reallllllllllllllly can't wait to see what happens next! :-)
Book Chic
"Love A&J . After Murderville 1 I have to be honest and say I wasn't in a hurry for 2. I went into the second installment without any attachments other than completing the series. If this was like records, whoever said the sophomore albums never live up to the first lied. This second install had me. I went on a roller coaster of emotions. Well done A&J ! Can't wait for number 3!"
Stacey Nelson
What a story! From beginning to end, you are entertained with the plots twists and turns while reliving the story. I was not expecting the ending however it felt rushed. Can't wait to read part 3 and see how it plays out.
Sherry
The book, Murderville (Murderville Trilogy) by Ashley & JaQuavis, tell the story of two childhood friends through young adulthood. The book lacked originality, long drawn out and often made no sense. The storyline appeared to be a replica of the movies Slum Dog Millionaire and The Notebook. If you have watched these two movies, you have this story.
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Ashley Antoinette is one of the most successful female writers of her time. The feminine half of the popular married duo, Ashley and JaQuavis, she has co-written over 40 novels. Several of her titles have hit The New York Times bestsellers list, but she is most widely regarded for her racy four-book saga, The Prada Plan. Born in Flint, MI she was bred with an innate street sense that she uses as m ...more
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