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The Carter Boys are a rap group on the rise, and their name rings loud in Atlanta. With their pretty-boy looks and take-no-prisoners demeanor, all the men want to be like them, and women will fight to be with them. They're back again in this third book of the wild and crazy, oh-so-addictive Carter Boys series.

Shiloh, Anthony, Jaheim, Talin, Elijah, and Trent have so many things going on outside of the family that there is little time to keep a watchful eye on the princess of the Carter family - baby sister Olivia. All that changes when the secret life she's been hiding comes to the forefront, causing a couple of her siblings to feel some type of way. Whether they're for her or against her, the Carter men try to deal with what Olivia has going on, all while trying to handle their own drama.

Surprise proposals, unexpected pregnancies, sexual tension, more lies, some truths, meeting the in-laws, and a big family dinner that starts and ends with so much chaos that a few brothers literally come to blows are just a few of the things jumping off with this crazy cast of characters. Let the creative mind of Desiree take you on another trip to Atlanta, where the Carter family and all their drama is sure to keep you thoroughly entertained.

©2018 Desiree (P)2018 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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  • crystal mitchell
  • 05-11-2019

I dare you to mess with the Carter boyz

I really love this book because it reminds me of my college days. I just love how everyone made up in this book. I just felt so happy inside when Shiloh killed Michael for harassing his future wife. I was upset with Shiloh for accusing Noel for stealing from without proof. He should have been looking at that “coked out” sister of his. It was to my surprise that Olivia was on drugs and that she was a lesbian.The most shocking part of the story was when Shiloh exposed his demented ass father and mother. I could see why Shiloh did not have any conversation for his mother, Mrs.Ava. She knew that her sick ass husband was messing with his own children and she turned a blind eye. I was glad that Trelle got what he deserved for messing over all of those women. Yordan was found out to be a “bisexual” super freak. This book is full of surprises. This is a must read if you want a great novel to read. I approve this book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-01-2019

wow

gotta love those Carter boys and the woman who love them.. Can't wait for the next book

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  • Mama_of_2
  • 24-02-2021

GREAT SERIES

I wish more of Desiree’s books were offered on Audible. Her books are BOMB! I like to listen at work

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  • Elsie
  • 18-06-2021

great story,I love the togetherness of the Carter

brothers and wife and friends hope there's another one on the way need more info on the family

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  • GranOf5
  • 04-07-2021

WOW!!!!!😳😳😳

I have never come across a book that hit so many hidden nerves in my body!! It was like re-living a past life or something....smh... I know for sure I never currently lived this type of life but this story of the Carter Boys was like I knew and lived their family life at some other time....SCAREY 😳😳😳💜💜💜

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  • Reuben Shead
  • 22-06-2021

Dope AF!!

I loved all 3 books from beginning to end, this is actually one that kept my interest through all 3 books.

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  • candy
  • 17-06-2021

Great story but need a new narrator.

Love the story but the narrator doesn’t know how to read very well! Better if you just read the book yourself or get a new narrator. Iikane would do an amazing job narrating this book.

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  • Alanda Cyrus
  • 11-06-2021

Great Story

This trilogy was pieced together perfectly. I have my favorite characters but I also can relate to so many of the women's stories. These characters and their situations are so real for most young men and women. I really enjoyed listening to these 3 installments. I look forward to hearing more from Desiree. Great job.

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  • Tornisha
  • 11-06-2021

love love love it

loved it... need more Carter boys.. whats next
book four where is it? Desiree!! great read

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  • Tina
  • 11-05-2021

Babygirl

Love it! I no that the Cartel Boys going yo be alright with they families. To it didn't end right but I guess you got to take the bitter with the sweet.

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