A Symphony for Rhikki

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AuthorHouse, Jan 17, 2005 - Fiction - 136 pages
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"Growing up rich with a famous family in Queens, New York – a girl gotta establish her own independence in a world full of chaos." Rhikki is the oldest of three very beautiful girls whom Papi call LaddyBugs. Not wanting anybody looking at her as a rich girl, Rhikki takes up an offer from her best friend of three years on selling drugs.
Coming from Jamaican and Puerto Rican descents – with an enormous family on both her mother and father's side – Rhikki still feels the need to be loved and accepted for who she really is.
Rhikki's middle sister, Porchuh, is a child television star who's constantly going from gig to gig. Her youngest sister, Ky'Ree, develops a language that only the three of them learn to understand and affectionately calls it Jamish.
Rebellious because her mother is a singer and always on the road, Rhikki turns to the streets and encounter experiences that almost make her loose her faith and her life. Blessed with numerous of talents that she has yet to reveal brings more drama, but by keeping her faith God has A Symphony for Rhikki in store.

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Rachael Anne Currin is a 27 year old Navy veteran. Not knowing she had a passion for writing until she was in the twelfth grade, her life long dreams were to become a veterinarian. With a strong belief in God and inspiration from her long time idol Lisa Lisa of Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Rachael put this story together and hopes to make readers paint a very vivid picture of characters she created. Rachael is from Little Rock, Arkansas but currently resides in Illinois. 

 

 

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