Love Lockdown

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St. Martin's Press, Jan 5, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Tiffany has vowed to get revenge on her half-sister and her boyfriend for killing her father Shon and her long-time lover Saliq. But first, Tiffany has to stay low until the dust settles. Tired of being slept on and disrespected, she meets Rasheeda, one of her father's former associates, who is also one of the baddest women in the streets. Rasheeda not only runs an elite escort service and a hot nightclub on the Virginia Beach strip, but she's also one of the major cocaine distributors in the Mid-Atlantic. Rasheeda takes Tiffany under her wing and introduces her to the side of the game that Shon had never revealed to his daughter.

Soon Tiffany reconnects with more of her father's former associates, settles old debts and rebuilds her father's drug reign in Virginia. Her reach soon spreads to Charlotte and Memphis. But Tiffany won't be happy until she finds Kanika and Tyrell. There are people who are willing to help Tiffany seek the just revenge that she's been craving for years.

 

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In this sequel to Ghetto Princess, Kanika has married Tyrell and they are raising a son, Little T. Yet the drug game is never far away, and the couple must constantly watch their backs. Obsessed with ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
12
Chapter 3
25
Chapter 4
33
Chapter 5
45
Chapter 6
55
Chapter 7
64
Chapter 8
72
Chapter 19
150
Chapter 20
158
Chapter 21
164
Chapter 22
170
Chapter 23
175
Chapter 24
180
Chapter 25
186
Chapter 26
192

Chapter 9
82
Chapter 10
89
Chapter 11
96
Chapter 12
104
Chapter 13
110
Chapter 14
115
Chapter 15
122
Chapter 16
130
Chapter 17
138
Chapter 18
145
Chapter 27
198
Chapter 28
204
Chapter 29
210
Chapter 30
216
Chapter 31
221
Chapter 32
228
Chapter 33
234
Chapter 34
240
Chapter 35
245
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About the author (2010)

Mia Edwards is the author of Ghetto Princess. She resides in Brooklyn, New York, where she is at work on her next novel.

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