Thug Matrimony

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Kensington, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Essence® bestselling author Wahida Clark has got her finger on ghetto pulse. In her series on sisters trying to rise above the streets, she portrays a raw and true-to-life world where love can be just as dangerous as the men who cause it. . .

Angel, Jaz, Tasha, and Kyra are living proof that hope is more than a word. The four girlfriends are pulling themselves out of the ghetto--and trying to bring their hearts up to higher ground with them. But sometimes the past ain't in no mood to let go. . .

Angel has met the brother of her dreams--after living through a nightmare with Snake. Believing that pimp is dead, Angel has moved on. She's starting her own law practice and a new life with Kaylin, a drug dealer who's stepped outta the game to run a recycling business and a hot new record label.

But the past is never far from Kaylin, and when an unwanted guest crashes their wedding, all the rage and bloodlust from the hood comes bustin' out--and Angel's gonna need every prayer in heaven to make it to the altar. . .

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About the author (2007)

WAHIDA CLARK was born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey. She began writing fiction while incarcerated at a woman's federal camp in Lexington, Kentucky. Her first novel, "Thugs and the Women Who Love Them", and the sequel, "Every Thug Needs a Lady", appeared on the "Essence" bestsellers list. Since her release, she has achieved much success, and her novel "Every Thug Needs a Lady" was a New York Times bestseller. She lives in East Orange, New Jersey.

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