Falling Into the Game
Trafford Publishing, 2007 - 148 pages
Michael "Mike" Rodriguez, called Yayo because his hustle was dealing cocaine, grew up in the streets of Brooklyn. His mother passed away-with no father figure in the home-when Mike was only 13 years old leaving him, his younger brother and older sisters behind. Struggling to survive, Mike was determined to find a better way of life as he matured.
Mike is introduced to the hustling game of money and drugs, but years later the game defeats him in a way he never thought would be possible. Battling a first love and long time friend, Melanie "Lani" Santana is the one true person who has always accepted and saw him for who he really was. In a story told from two sides, a man learns how to overcome his mental struggle of who he truly is and which road he needs to take.
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