The People Vs. Cashmere (The People Vs. Cashmere #1)
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Left to fend for themselves, sisters Cashmere and Desiree have to come up with a plan and quick. With neither sister old enough to maintain a legal job, their options are limited. Violence, jealousy and betrayal unfold.
With elements like jealousy, love and betrayal, "The People Vs. Cashmere" had potential. Unfortunately, it never reached it. The first half of the novel was long and overdrawn. I understand some of the events in the beginning needed to transpire for events in the second h ...more
“The people vs. Cashmere” is a fiction written by Karen Williams. This book made me think that even though you might grow up with a good family, it doesn’t mean everything will be handed to you. Cashmere lived in California with her mom dad and sister. She adored her dad, liked, school, but she fought a lot.
Cashmere thought she had a good life. She wasn’t poor nor was she rich. She really loved to spend time with her dad who was rarely home because of his job. Her sister, Desiree, was a differ...more
I loved Cashmere- she was the main, and my favorite, character by far and I was rooting for her the whole way. There was an underlying sense of princess-y-ness about her that I kind of wish Williams would have left out. It didn't make the book bad but I ...more
Anyway, I really enjoyed this book. The story line is very grimy and just plain nasty in some parts because this is a child ...more
UPDATE: Finished it. Redeemed at the end. I guess. Too much unecessary cussing and drama, but I guess that's what sells urban lit, right? I really liked Harlem on Lock a lot better than this, but at least this one might have been a one-book deal ...more