After the drama in Playing Dirty, Yoshi Lomax is on the run, but trouble follows her wherever she goes. . . When things get too hot in Miami, criminal lawyer Yoshi figures shell be safe if she goes home to Norfolk, Virginia, for a little while. But the streets there are just as mean, and a sistah needs to keep her head to avoid getting popped by a drive-by. And when Yoshi witnesses the brutal murder of a snitch by a ruthless drug dealer, she knows shell be the next one in the gangstas sights. Out of time and abandoned by everyone but her cousin Carmen, Yoshis goin to have to learn to fight back if she wants to live another day. . . More praise for Kiki Swinson "Kiki Swinson is unstoppable. Whether shes writing about life in the hood or living the fabulous life, one thing is for sure--Kiki always delivers a sizzling read." --Crystal Lacey Winslow, Essence ® bestselling author "Im Still Wifey is the truth! Kiki Swinson has done it again. This book pulls you in from the very first page." --Treasure E. Blue, Essence ® bestselling author of Harlem Girl Lost "Kiki captures the heat of the streets." --Wahida Clark, New York Times bestselling author
New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., c2009.
281 p. ;,21 cm.
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by Kiki Swinson
Electronic reproduction. New York : Kensington Publishing Corp., 2009. Requires Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 1095 KB) or Mobipocket Reader (file size: 246 KB).
African American women lawyers Virginia Norfolk Fiction.
Romantic suspense fiction.
African American women lawyers
Additional Physical Form Entry:
Original 0758228376 (OCoLC)303030910