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Author: Erick S. Gray Narrator: Narrator Info Added Soon Publisher: Urban Audiobooks Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: December 25, 2018 ISBN: 9781538445334
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Life can be cruel. Sometimes it’s hard to play with the cards you’ve been dealt. Growing up in the ghetto can be hell; good or bad, everybody has a story. Toni is young and sexy, but her life story is limited with her mother’s drug addiction and her older brother, Sheek, doing life in prison. She struggles day by day, stripping and sometimes doing more in underground clubs to support herself and her family.

Toni eventually befriends a rich pretty boy from Long Island, whose life was sheltered from poverty since the day he was born. But when he meets Toni, their lives change as they teach each other how to live and grow, and school each other about the opposite worlds they live in and come from. But conflict erupts in the ghetto. Toni’s abusive gangster boyfriend, Tec, fuels a deadly drug war with Chills, a well-known kingpin harboring most of Coney Island territory. Greed, rage, and envy is instilled in Tec, and the body count rises. A drug war ensues as animosity and rage erect between the two thugs, making life in Coney Island a living hell for some and Ghetto Heaven for others.

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  • “Frighteningly seductive. Street lit fans will definitely want to take a look.”

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About the Author

Erick S. Gray is the author of more than a dozen works of urban fiction since his debut novel, Booty Call, was published in 2003 and sold tens of thousands of copies. He has also contributed to many anthologies, including three volumes of Streets of New York, with Mark Anthony and Anthony Whyte. His focus is on great storytelling, with characters that are memorable and true-to-life.