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Thirsty (Thirsty #1)

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Meet Justice, a half-black, half-Filipino goddess whose appetite for a quick dollar is insatiable. Having moved from Chi-town to Charlotte, North Carolina at an early age, Justice and her younger brother, Monk decide to take the streets of the Queen City by storm. All is well, and their hustle is fruitful until Justice's ex-boyfriend, Carlos (a vicious drug dealer), is rob...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published March 19th 2009 by Wahida Clark Presents
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Are You Thirsty?!?

The Game: Thirsty

The Players: Justice, Monk, Sapphire, and Carlos
Justice - an exotic beauty that uses her looks and charm to out-hustle the smartest hustlers. "A beautiful woman armed with a load of confidence is considered a dangerous woman!"
Monk - Justice's younger brother and notorious stick up kid. "Give it to Monk or give it to God!"
Sapphire - best friend to Justice and somewhat naive. "Sapphire was as square as a pool table and as green as the cloth on top of it."

This is a story of several people whose lives collide. Choices are made, some of which are terrible. Choices that will forever alter their lives.

Mike Sanders has brought freshness to an all too familiar premise. He has introduced a multi-faceted plot with many characters, and the story is told from four points of view - Justice, Monk, Sapphire and Carlos - in alternating chapters. Each chapter blends into the following effortlessly. I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. His desc...more
One of the best books I've read this year!
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Justice Is Served

The incessant need to come up, hustle, and risk it all have inspired many books. But with Mike Sanders at the helm of this project, understanding, coolness, friendship, jesting, hunger and get back become fever-inducing as readers are quickly betrothed by a misunderstanding that becomes detrimental to all.

Mike Sanders is not a new author, but, an author who's been locked down and is now enjoying his freedom. I've had the privilege of reading his first two books, HUSTLIN' BACKWA...more
Laura Perry
Justice was on her grind l, her and her little brother Monk. Until shit went craxy on a hit that her nor her brother knew about. Her ex- boyfriend Carlos was a known drug dealer and one of hit spots had got hit. All finger are pointed at Jistice and her brother Monk, but they don't know anything about the hit. Justice met this guy name J.T and she start diggin him, but all alone he is the snake behind that hit. Good book can't wait to read part 2
Terri-Ale Sanders
I thought this was a pretty good book. You just have to remember that Karma is real and sticking up people isn't a good job to have. Can't wait to read the second book.
P Young
Im gonna start this book tommrrow at work. Im excited to read because I love Wahida Clark so im guessing this is gonna be good also.
Nicole Wade
Entertaining, kept me interested in the characters and how the stories would develop .
The best book i have read this far!!!!!
♥ Great Read ! ♥
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