At only seventeen, Jayah Carter has everything a girl dreams of ... but she wants more. Hood-bound to the bone and the envy of all the chicks, the affluent daughter of Miami's infamous drug lord Jay Carter is no fool. Jayah knows her father's business could take him out at any time, so she comes up with her own means of living: stay HOOD RICHEST playin' the old-fashioned g...more
Paperback, 215 pages
Published February 15th 2010 by Triple Crown Publications
(first published February 14th 2006)
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well i am giving this book 2 stars for one this book was a imagination and a every bad one at that half the time i was reading this book i did not what the well was going on. she had boys everywhere and the relationship between jayah and cheno was not even explored like on minute she has feeling for him then the next chapter they are not talking or she only calling for sex. 2. why is there so much fighting ? everyone is "hating" ans she has to fight every girl or her dad has to kill someone. 3 t...more
This book was terrible. It was very corny & not realistic. It was like a story that my 13 yr old daughter would tell. too fairytalish. I mean who really writes a book where ppl sell drugs and kill ppl with no consequences and a 17 yr old girl and her best friend have matching everything. Men are just giving them everything they want with nothng in return and no consequences. Glad i didnt grow up thinkin like that. Aint nobody game that tight unless they dealin wit dummies.
This book is HORRIBLE. I like to give every book a chance even though there are mixed reviews, because i want to go off based on my opinion, but i couldn't do it. I tried!! I'm the type of person to stick it to the end no matter how bad a book is but this was extreme. This book is unrealistic, i couldnt conect to the characters, and i just thoght it was too much. I wasted my money but it a lesson learned.