Kayla “Bossy” Ticker is a bona fide product of the streets, spending her time on the grind and settling scores. Years after forming alliances with a couple of the city’s most notorious gangsters, she creates a formula to cook cocaine with a potency most dealers would pay top dollar to get their hands on.
Now in her prime, “Bossy” has gotten tired of looking over her shoulder and watching her own back. The death of her mentor hastens her decision to walk away from the hustle until a new enemy forces her to fight one final battle. Can “Bossy” make it off the streets before it’s too late or will the streets claim her like they have all the rest?
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" This is a great book, but the narrator made it suck. She cannot read she mispronounced words and too much pause In Between storylines. The narrator named Honey would have made this book a hundred percent better. "
Tysha is the Essence bestselling author of The Boss: The Story of a Female Hustler, among other titles. Born and raised on the same gritty streets she writes about in her urban tales, the Youngstown, Ohio, native strives to prove she is the boss of urban lit. Tysha describes her writing as fiction with true-life experiences peppered in.
Michelle Alexander is a civil rights advocate and litigator, winning a 2005 Soros Justice Fellowship, and she holds a joint appointment at the Moritz College of Law and the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University. She served for several years as the director of the Racial Justice Project at the ACLU of Northern California, which spearheaded the national campaign against racial profiling.
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