G-Spot 2 Pride: The First Deadly Sin -
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4.5 out of 5 books -
Being an avid fan of Noire, I was excited to read G-Spot 2 Pride: The 1st Deadly Sin. The new installment actually picks up right where G-Spot ended. Juicy Stanfield, who was uprooted out of her life as she knew it, begins working at the G-Spot Social Club. Being that Juicy is the top lady of G, owner of the Social Club, and she is exposed to a lot. But there are rules that are in place and Juicy seems to not be able to follow them. Things change when Juicy betrays G. Juicy has to endure the consequences and repercussions of her mistakes with all her family dead and murdered at her hands. With G being dead, Juicy is on the run with the love of her life, Gino (G’s son). But as they embark on their new life together, is the coast really clear, or does Juicy have enemies still lurking around the corner?
Even though G-Spot 2 Pride: The First Deadly Sin was short, it packs a big punch. This story will have you on the edge of your seat to the very end. This story showed that no matter where you go and try to hide, if you have unfinished business...you can be found. Juicy has done a lot of wrong in her past, and trying to make a new life with Gino seems just within their reach, but all it takes is one mistake and that happiness can be gone in a blink of an eye. G-Spot 2 Pride: The 1st Deadly Sin is definitely a must read!
Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews
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