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Preview — Hood by Noire
Hood: An Urban Erotic Tale
Lamont be my government, but Hood be my name. I earned my stripes chilling up in Fat Daddy's joint, a Brownsville barbershop in the belly of Brooklyn. Some called me a street savior...others said I was just another Brownsville boy gone bad. Whatever. I brung it and I took it too. But when it was all said and done, I walked away with a lesson learned in street l...more
Fat Daddy, a local barber shop owner and w ...more
Fat Daddy, helps the boys out and cleaned them up, No sooner of later Hood became in running drugs from Xan he was the leader of the bunch and Hood had show his loyal from the start! And, ...more
I love this book it feels like a ture story.
Hood by Noire had me from the very first page. In the beginning of the story we are introduced to eleven-year old Lamont ‘aka’ Hood. Thrown out onto the cold streets of Brownsville, New York with his four-year old little brother, Moo, to fend for themselves.
Seeing an opportunity and not knowing what else to do…he winds up robbing the same crack heads that stuck up one of Xanbar’s boys. Xanbar seeing that LaMont is a soldier, puts him on to run his own crew. Thus, begins the ...more
Hood got his name from Xanbar that is a big time drug dealer. Hood got his trust just by proving Xanbar that he can be trusted.
Hood and his brother was homeless due to his mom Marjay was hooked on crack and his aunt and grandma didn't want anything to do with the boys mainly the aunt didn't.
So Hood found other ways to help him and his brother and that lead him to Xanbar and also living in Fat Daddy's shop with his daughter Egypt that ...more
Hood is a good, loyal kind of guy. Would've love to be his friend. If the story went on, I would've liked it if Hood told Egypt that he was trying to help her why he got knocked and wasn't there for her when she needed him the most. I'm glad he came out of the drug scene and ...more
Even though I never experienced life as these 2 young fellows did in this book, I felt like I could relate. The hardships that they faced were so surreal. This book gives you the feeling of great compassion for those trying to make in this dog eat dog world. I cried on so many instances during this book. I literally put the book down and wept. Hood is a strong die hard character that anyone would love,why, because he is fearless.In the face of adversity he ...more
The barbershop is where Hood comes of age, but cutting hair isn't the only thing Fat Daddy has going on. His daughter, Egypt, is the love of Hood's ...more
This tale of 2 young boys left to fend for themselves on the streets of Harlen was a must read.
(Taken from SimonSays.com-author's publisher)