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Ghetto Luv by Mary L. Wilson
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Ghetto Luv

by Mary L. Wilson

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Sassy. Urban. Funny. Mary Wilson’s Ghetto Luv is “in your face,” with the cat-and-mouse game between the Keke and Libra as the backdrop. Keke is one of the most handsome brothas in the ‘hood, definitely smooth when it comes to the ladies. Neighborhood diva Libra is described as “every man’s dream and every woman’s nightmare.” She and her two girls rule the streets, but Libra is clearly the standout of the three. She is full of spunk, confidence and street smarts - the mistress of seduction with her drop-dead gorgeous looks. Looking for the queen of St. Louis’ West End? Libra holds the title and the attitude to go along with it. The novel is soaked with brazen sex and hardcore violence. You’ll understand why when you meet Libra’s girlfriends. Sista friend Reesie is the most violent one of the pack, and she makes no excuses for it. Mya is always with her girls no matter what, but she does it with class. The ladies have enough drama of their own going on. Drop Keke into the picture, and it’s definitely “hot in herre.”

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