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MyKing Black is a young man who thinks he knows exactly what he wants. He has a love for money and power and he does whatever he has to do to get it. Intelligent and optimistic, he believes he can run the world. He boastfully lives in a statistical environment that he didn't get to choose. However, he decides to make it his own personal kingdom. With the backing of his best friends and a good run with his illegal activities, he is financially protected and well known in the cold city of Chicago, Illinois. The lack of a strong parental guide and the dangers of living in a crime infested project bore a disrespectful beast who has no regard for the sacred aspect of a black woman. That is until he comes across one who has qualities he has never seen before.Jasmine is a young beautiful ebony woman raised with a golden spoon in her mouth. She was bred from an extremely wealthy family and she has never wanted for anything a day in her life. Despite her position, she was raised humbly and confident and deserving of the lifestyle she was fortunate enough to have growing up. She is kind hearted and appreciative of all the positive things in her perfect life. That is until a turn of unfortunate events flips her entire world upside down. Naive and unaware she stumbles upon a sobering reality she could never have imagined she would endure. She falls into the hands of a man so enchanting that his twisted world consumes her.Will she remain the humble delicate girl she's always been or will the change of events send her life into a downward spiral that she cannot control? Or will the man she loves be the man she perceives. Will he truly be her King?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 278 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 16mm | 413g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1732602700
  • 9781732602700