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From birth, the Savage brothers were taught by their father, Deuce, that life is like a sandwich; any way you flip it, the bread comes first. They were taught to get money, not fall in love, so they left a wreckage of broken hearts on their road to getting money. Yet, now, as mature men, they realize that you’re not rich until you have something that money can’t buy. And money certainly cannot buy the women who have stolen these brothers’ hard and stubborn hearts. 

Taye “City” Savage and Akira White’s love story started in the projects. Ten years ago, they met when Akira was only a young girl and City was a grown man getting his hustle started. City and Akira’s bond was strong, and their fate was inevitable, so they thought. However, before their bound could be sealed, life happened. They were torn apart by unimaginable circumstances, and they never saw one another again until a decade later. Yet, by that time, both City and Akira were involved, but they weren’t so loyal to Nova and Davion that they could ignore the passion in their hearts that they still harbored for one another.

Sometimes, the last thing a person wants to do is fall in love, but love sucks them in anyway. That is exactly what happens with these Savage brothers and the women who adore them. As life always has it, love ain’t that easy to obtain, especially when loving a man who was raised by the streets and whose first love is the hustle. 

In yet another urban tale by Jessica N. Watkins, death, sex, and chaos lead to unforeseen tragedy and unexpected love.

©2020 Jessica N. Watkins (P)2020 Jessica N. Watkins

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-2021

Good book I would recommend this book I love it

I really enjoyed this book it had my attention the whole way through some real shit went down.

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  • Goodlistener
  • 17-12-2020

Addictive

Ms. Watkins knows how to keep your attention if you can keep up with the many, many, many characters in her stories. LOL But seriously there are about 14 or 15 characters in this book but she explains the storyline well. I’ve noticed from her other books that there are always a lot of people in the story but the character development makes it believable. The recording is horrible on this one but don’t let that deter you, it’s still a good listen.

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  • Dee
  • 04-03-2021

Omg the narrators

The story was good and the male narrator did a great job I loved his voice, how ever the female spoke like a 3rd grader having reading challenges i just can’t too bad because it was painful to keep listening..... Corrin Clay should never narrate again......grrrrr

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  • renee
  • 06-02-2021

Good Storyline...

This is a good book,but the narration is AWFUL AWFUL AWFUL.Im sorry but where do these authors with awesome books get this narrators? It sounds like the girl was chewing gum the whole time.Iam reading the book and listening at the same time,and the girl is not following the punctuation in the book.The guy,no disrespect sound like he had sugar in his tank to where I can't even imagine the masculine male character.Its a no to the audible.

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  • S. Adams
  • 08-06-2021

Definitely a hood love story

The story line was pretty decent, it’s the narration for me. I really wanted to stop the book because of the narration. The voices, smh !!! It sounds like the narrator is definitely reading the book, I guess I’m just use to Ikane narration.

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  • Bella
  • 02-06-2021

had my attention from the first page!

so far I'm lovin it...I would recommend my friends. can't wait to move forward ⏩




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  • Tiffany Sykes
  • 17-05-2021

good listen

loved it, narrator is irritating on one of the voices but good story, believable. ready for next book

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  • Rebaby
  • 12-05-2021

Loving this

I love this story, going to get parts 2 and 3 right now. Can't wait to see what happens next .

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  • Drina Gaytan
  • 14-04-2021

Lots of characters

You really have to be paying attention because there are so many people in the story...it was a decent book it was worth the credit

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  • Khloe Jackson
  • 09-04-2021

Cold hearted

First book by Ms Watkins couldn’t stop reading. Them Savages Guys and Their Ladies got heavy Stuff going on so bring on book 2.

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