Daughter of the Game -
Available Now! -
4 out of 5 books -
Monique Waters is going to college to pursue her dreams. She's the daughter of a notorious street king named Pete. Pete wants to make sure that Monique stays as far from the streets as possible. But this proves to be a battle when Monique falls in love with a hustler name Armand. Armand has no idea that Monique is the daughter of the same man that wants him dead. Monique also doesn't know that Pete wants to get rid of the love of her life. Soon, a street war ensues and everyone has to choose sides. Which side will Monique and Armand be on?
Daughter of the Game is an entertaining street tale with a unique twist by Kai. This story has an interesting mix of characters and situations. You see the two very different sides of Monique. She's a young woman who is trying to not be heavily involved with the street life but can't seem to stay away from it either. Readers will see just how tough Monique becomes when she's backed into a corner. Daughter of the Game is full of murder, mayhem and street alliances that will keep readers turning the pages.
Reviewed by Radiah Hubbert of Urban Reviews
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Tuesday, July 20, 2010
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