Daisy Jones

Daisy Jones

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Gorgeous temptress, Daisy Jones has the power to send men to prison for sexual relations with a minor. She is the epitome of a gold digger and raised to go after rich men by a bitter mother. Mama Jones mad at her fate in life taught Daisy the art of manipulation and how to scheme on her prey. She didn't warn Daisy about letting her heart get in the way of business, forcing her to fall for a southern rapper and the CEO of a multi-million dollar empire. The story begins in Atlanta, Georgia, traveling to New York City, and enters the notorious crew, the OBG s a gumbo of women hustlers, killers, and drug dealers, who have earned a reputation in the streets for being beyond terrorist. And they're connected to Daisy Jones, all of them wanting to get their "Daisy" on.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 228 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 340g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1939665329
  • 9781939665324

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Daisy Jones' reckless life will take you thru a whirlwind of emotions, guaranteeing to leave readers gasping for a quick dose of reality as Daisy Jones lives in an insane world where nothing or nobody is what they seem. --Book Review Concierge

This Daisy's sexiness far passes the short cut off jean short wearing country Daisy Duke. Mack Mama set the stage with this read! Her portrayal of the Hip-Hop industry's fast lifestyle and cunning ways of industry women/dancers/video chick was on point. This was a definite 5 star read based on Mack Mama's ability to bring her characters to life. Great character development without even having to drag on their history. --Author, Felisha Bradshaw

This was such a powerful story. I am so glad I picked this up. I have two teen daughters and one of them is headin' down the wrong path. I am really hoping that she will read the book and learn from the story without having to go through the same life that Daisy Jones had. I think that this story could be a warning for teens thinking about gettin' involved in the life because it's not told in a preachy way and the teens can relate, plus it will keep their attention. --Lisa Gatts, Goodreads Reader
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43 ratings
3.9 out of 5 stars
5 42% (18)
4 30% (13)
3 9% (4)
2 14% (6)
1 5% (2)
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