California Connection

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Urban Soul, 2008 - Fiction - 203 pages
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Jewel is young and beautiful, and with several hustles under her belt, she's all about making money. This doesn't leave much time for friends, but she'll always make time for Touch, the local hustler. He's been her friend since grammar school, when they made a lifelong pact to look out for each other. Lucky for them, their promise has never been put to the test--until now. When Michael Burroughs arrives on the scene from L.A., he floods the East Coast with top-notch product, and quickly earns his title as the California Connection--Calico for short. He's also a smooth brotha with a knack for getting whatever he wants out of women then tossing them to the side. When he meets Jewel, sparks fly, and things quickly spin out of control. Touch knows how Calico operates and doesn't want to watch his friend get used and abused. Little does he know, he doesn't have to worry about her, because Jewel has a few tricks of her own. When Calico shows his true colors, Jewel knows just how to get revenge. Will her plans backfire, or will she be the last woman standing?
 

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I liked this book, the only thing I did not like was the name dropping. I could have done without hearing the long drawn out list of designers she knows about. It almost made me stop reading the book. All in all a good read. U just want to find out what is going to happen in the end. Although I hated the end. Can someone tell me what the first book was called. 

Contents

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Chunichi, a native of south Virginia, is the author of A Gangster's Girl and Married to the Game and co-author of Girls From Da Hood.

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