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4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  5 reviews

His Freedom Came with a Price.

Who's gonna hire an ex-con? That's just one question facing Jamel Ross after he is released from seven years in the Federal Pen. But that's not his only problem. There's a probation officer watching his every move. There are the women in his life, who all want a part of him - his girlfriends and one very sexy psychologist who worked overtim
ebook, 256 pages
Published July 24th 2007 by Gallery Books/G-Unit (first published July 12th 2007)
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Eva Leger
Well, I've come to the conclusion that Relentless Aaron just isn't for me. :( After not finishing Single with Benefits and having to sort of push myself through this I can't keep going. I already have two others and I plan on keeping those and reading one or both at some point and maybe seeing if I change my mind but this did nothing for me. It was very blah and just didn't grab me.
I thought the whole point of "50's" books (it does say how "real" and "true to life" they are on the back cover) w
Carlos Cardenas
A convict with lots of experince in his hands. This book got my attention with all the high vacabulary and descritive detail this man used named Jamel. He talks about he's present life in prison, how he loved and still loves his children. Many other women from the prison write to him, they admire his personality and what he does. It tends to lead to a happy ending withch was a positive. Freedom, he thought he had it but soon enough he ended up in this cell of outar society, soon his two wifes n ...more
This book sucked, I stoped paying attention to it around halfway. There was nothing about this story that I found interesting or liked. I do not recommend this book to anyone that likes books with violence because it had none of that.
this book deserves zero stars. what a waste of my time...
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Relentless Aaron was born and raised in New York. He runs Relentless Content, a company that publishes books, magazines, and websites, out of Mount Vernon, New York.

Like a musician with a catalogue of songs already recorded, Relentless has a series 30 novels completed and waiting to go to print. A few of his forthcoming titles include The Last Kingpin, Rappers 'R In Danger, Platinum Dolls and Suga
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