Bosslady: The Legend of Sydney Donovan Begins

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AuthorHouse, Mar 10, 2011 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Sydney Donovan was dubbed BOSSLADY on the streets of Raleigh, NC. She was a tall beautiful sophisticated young black woman with a lot of ambition. Introduced to the game at eighteen years old, Sydney met a woman named Karen who put her on to a whole new world and taught her everything she needed to know about the streets. She, along with her all female crew could not be touched. Not even by David Bell, Karens jealous and insecure husband.



David wanted nothing more than to take Sydney and her crew out of the game. He never liked Sydney, or her relationship with his wife but couldnt change it. Sydney always thought David was a weak man and she definitely wasnt afraid of him. He tried everything possible, including trying to turn one of her girls against her, to destroy the crew. But Sydney always stayed two steps ahead of him.


 

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SaVette Brown (Sandra Austin Brown) is a native of Laurinburg, North Carolina. She's a graduate (2009) of the oldest Historically Black College in the south, Shaw University, earning her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, Criminal Justice. SaVette resides in Raleigh, NC with her son Joseph, and daughter Lakia. SaVette has been writing since 1995, and hopes to continue writing in the future. Some of her favorite writers are Langston Hughes, Terry McMillan, Eric Jerome Dickey, and Camika Spencer to name a few. SaVette enjoys reading, writing (of course), traveling and napping. Ms. Brown plans to continue writing and hopes to soon make this a career.


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