Chocolate In Semi-Sweet

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AuthorHouse, Jun 30, 2005 - Drama - 256 pages
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Kosi A. Bennett has used his intelligence, suave ways, and gift of gab to attain it all: money, cars, clothes, women, respect, and fame, on and off the streets.  He is the up and coming don of his time with only one weakness, Indea Simone Taylor, Kosi’s picture of innocence, his childhood sweetheart, Chocolate. Dressed in white, she is his light at the end of every hustled tunnel.  After a shocking turn of events, Chocolate’s own secretive hustles are revealed.  Her hidden insanity creeps to the surface reeking havoc on Kosi’s entire way of life.  Out of seemingly nowhere, Jamise, a top-notch real estate agent, steps up to take Chocolate’s place.  As a rebound, she is the answer to Kosi’s prayers and match made in heaven.  With a few tricks up her own sleeve, Jamise turns out to be more of a challenge than he expected.  Will Chocolate handle Jamise?  Will Kosi B. walk away from them both? Will he maintain under the pressure of womens’ mischief, or is he even in the driver’s seat of his own life at all? This deceptive and seductive story weaves into an intricate bombshell that shakes and rattles everyone, including you onto the straight and narrow answering the question of:  Can you really hustle a hustler?

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About the author (2005)

Katrina L. Ross, spoken word artist, songwriter, and playwright has released her debut novel, Chocolate In Semi-Sweet. The graduate of Tennessee State University’s language, literature, and philosophy program has performed her work, and drawn crowds in cities such as Chicago, Atlanta, Nashville, and Cincinnati. The Gary, IN native now resides in Indianapolis, IN, and is currently pursuing her M.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing.  Her collections of poetry include Prophet-sized Heartbreak, and When Queens Speak (Pondering Life).

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