Hittin' the Bricks
“Urban erotica has never been hotter!”
–Nikki Turner, author of Black Widow
Have you ever been betrayed by those you love? Violated in the worst kind of way? And no matter how hard you tried to fight your way out of a trick bag, no matter how tall you tried to walk, did the cold streets of life lead you right back to your grimy destiny?
The bestselling author of G-Spot and Candy Licker, Noire pens the intense tale of Eva Patterson, a tragic daughter of the ghetto who finds peril on the streets of New York. With an abusive mother and a heroin monkey on her back, Eva experiences a series of traumatizing events, forcing her to flee her Brooklyn tenement and seek refuge with her beloved cousin Fiyah in Harlem.
But fate is not done wreaking havoc in Eva’s life yet. Poised on the brink of progress, Eva meets King Brody, a vicious Harlem drug lord who runs Bricks, the hottest rap club in town. Unbeknownst to Eva, her cousin Fiyah’s thirst for glory leads him to cut a killer deal with Brody. A trade-off is arranged: Fiyah gets a recording contract–and Brody gets Eva.
The problem is, Eva already has a man: Ice Mello Williams, a hot Harlem rapper who has a bitter feud going with Fiyah and is determined to seize his recording contract.
Torn between the man she loves and a violent kingpin, Eva becomes an unwilling pawn in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Can Fiyah and Mello help her elude the sadistic jaws of Brody, or will she end up losing her life in his brutal trap?
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Good BookUser Review - Coolie - Borders
I really like this book, it has a good plot with a suprising ending. The only thing (which is not a problem) they had too much & long sex sceens. Its good in a movie but, to me, not is a book, but is was very graphic & entising. Read full review
Page TurnerUser Review - Kesha7379 - Borders
This book was an awesome read. It was a non-stop page turner. Full of drama & heart breaking decision making, "Hittin the Bricks" is sure to evoke lots of emotion. The end is rather sad but over-all, the book was excellent! Read full review