Part 3 of the Dopeman's Trilogy
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JaQuavis Coleman, half of the Ashley & JaQuavis power-combo, serves up Dopeman: Memoirs of a Snitch, the third book in his bestselling Dopeman Trilogy. It’s a hustler’s love story at its absolute best!
The DEA has launched an intricate plot to bring down the drug kings, and at the top of the target list is Seven Smith—the biggest, baddest drug lord the Midwest has ever known. Seven has found a promising new protégé in up-and-comer Braylon “Ball” Kennedy, who’s already impressed Seven with his hood-smart hustling and cold-blooded way with a gun. But Seven needs to watch his back: Ball’s determined to become the most notorious snitch of all time by ratting Seven out to the DEA.
But it’s not going to be that easy. He’s made the mistake of falling in love with Seven’s trusted lieutenant, Lola Banks. She’s as lethal a thug as he is—and she’s firmly off-limits. But she can’t deny their attraction, and a fiery fling soon sparks. Now the big haul is about to go down, and the feds are closing in. Ball finds himself caught between his passion for Lola and his plan to deep-six Seven and his operation. As the lies, the double-crosses, and the body count add up, who will survive the deadly endgame?
Hardcover Book : 304 pages
Publisher: Kensington Pub ( May 01, 2012 )
Item #: 13-540986
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.469inches
Product Weight: 9.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I absolutely loved this book. It is surprising and easy to read! And the ending was great! Good job JaQuavis.
The storyline was very good. However, the number of typos and wrong tense usage of words was, quite frankly, appalling. I do not mean this as a put down but I am offering what I hope is constructive feedback: Do not compromise what appears to be a very good brand by short cutting something as basic as proper spelling.
This book was Ok. A little disappointed :(
Reviewer: felica J
Absolutely loved wish he would write a sequel
Reviewer: jerrel g
This book was good for sure, but short I wanted more and hated that my man Seven endured that fate, won't that chick just dissapeared ugh! I grew to love Ball's character but the ending was jaw dropping. Good job Coleman!