by Ashley Antoinette
3 of 5 stars
Maybe I need to read the first one? This is a story about one of my favorite topics to read about: addiction and recovery. I think that the best addiction books are written by the addict, recovering or not, bearing his or her soul on the pages. This felt sort of forced and there weren't really high points. (Well, there were many HIGH points!) Just not a lot of positive nor fantastic storytelling about the character, Bleu, who is a crack cocaine addict.
I should mention that I received this book as a Goodreads giveaway and I want to thank the publisher and/or author for this free book. I really do appreciate that.
About the author from goodreads:
Born in Flint, MI, The United States
Genre Literature & Fiction
ASHLEY ANTOINETTE COLEMAN is one of the most successful female writers of her time. The feminine half of the popular married duo, Ashley and JaQuavis, she has co-written over 40 novels, including the bestselling Cartel series. Several of her titles have hit The New York Times bestsellers list, but she is most widely regarded for her continuing racy saga, The Prada Plan. Born in Flint, MI, she was bred with an innate street sense that she uses as motivation in her crime filled writings.
Picking up a deal with publishing powerhouse St. Martin's Press while simultaneously inking deals at Warner Brothers Studios and NBC/Universal, Ashley shows no signs of slowing down. She is currently hard at work on a new book series and two television pilots.
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