Ghetto Princess

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Macmillan, May 30, 2006 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Mia Edwards blows the hood wide open with a novel too compelling to put down about a young woman--and a life--too hot to handle...

SHE HAD IT ALL...
Barely eighteen, Kanika has everything to look forward to. She's fine, smart, and strong--qualities she inherited from a momma who made sure her little girl had every privilege--courtesy of Tony, one of Brooklyn's most powerful crime lords. Born to the life, Kanika knows the hustle from the inside out, but her future holds college and some quality time with Tony's second-in-command, Tyrell...

BUT THEY TOOK IT AWAY...
Then Kanika's world explodes in a hail of bullets and blood when a hit takes down both the man who raised her and the mother she adores. Alone, shattered, and possibly a target herself, Kanika lets Tyrell convince her to attend college in Virginia and move in with her birth father. Down South has a whole other rhythm than Brooklyn, and the parent Kanika barely knows is a different kind of mobster than Tony was. Shon is angry and unpredictable...

AND NOW SOMEONE'S GONNA PAY...
Determined as she is to make things work, Kanika is equally committed to finding out who killed Tony and her momma. She's not about to forget Tyrell. But nothing can prepare Kanika for what she's about to face: from temptation to danger to revelations that will call all her loyalties into question--and put her life on the line...

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for the hood people

User Review  - princess8990 - Borders

i would recommend this book to people that like ghetto thing n the sex thing n for a girls point of view of too fast guys n how a girl learn's her lesson about too fast girl's n guys. Read full review

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cant wait to read it

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Contents

I
1
II
17
III
29
IV
43
V
51
VI
65
VII
74
VIII
83
XVII
160
XVIII
165
XIX
171
XX
174
XXI
180
XXII
188
XXIII
195
XXIV
205

IX
95
X
104
XI
111
XII
123
XIII
128
XIV
134
XV
143
XVI
149
XXV
211
XXVI
217
XXVII
219
XXVIII
222
XXIX
231
XXX
238
XXXI
248
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About the author (2006)

MIA EDWARDS resides in Brooklyn, New York where she is at work on her next novel. You can visit her at www.ghetto-princess.com.

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