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eBook Black Friday download

by Ashley and JaQuavis

eBook Black Friday download ISBN: 160162445X
Author: Ashley and JaQuavis
Publisher: Urban (April 1, 2011)
Language: English
ePub: 1255 kb
Fb2: 1664 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

Ashley and Jaquavis remain unchallenged! . Black Friday Exposed was a quick read because I could not put the book down

Ashley and Jaquavis remain unchallenged! Who'd think a street hustler could fall in real LOVE? What are the odds that one could walk away from the possibility of a very long prison sentence? These questions and others are answered, when Kasheef decides to take the high road when dealing with the eyewitness to his crime. When all is said and done you'll have a hard time determining who's the victim and who's the perpetrator. Black Friday Exposed was a quick read because I could not put the book down

Ashley and Jaquavis remain unchallenged! . Black Friday Exposed was a quick read because I could not put the book down

All it takes is one murder to change a million lives, and that's exactly what happens to Kasheef Williams on a cold, black Friday.

All it takes is one murder to change a million lives, and that's exactly what happens to Kasheef Williams on a cold, black Friday. After a reunion with an old friend goes wrong in a Long Island night club, Kasheef is forced to protect himself by any means necessary. The only problem is that prying eyes see everything. Those eyes belong to Alija Bell

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Kasheef and Alija moved around her hotel room silently. They both had burdensome thoughts on their mind and the air between them seemed too thick to talk ys

Kasheef and Alija moved around her hotel room silently. They both had burdensome thoughts on their mind and the air between them seemed too thick to talk ys. There was one more thing that he had to do. Before he left he stood in front of Alija. How do you feel? he asked her concerned. He could see the stress taking over her face. She was usually so vibrant and relaxed, but today her features seemed to be set in a permanent scowl. Nervous, she answered truthfully.

Black Friday: Exposed. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Ashley & JaQuavis is the writing team of Ashley Antoinette and JaQuavis Coleman, the youngest African American authors to make the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestselling lists twice. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. The writing duo made their name when they were aged only seventeen, when they were discovered by Carl Weber, a New York Times bestselling writer.

When a reunion with an old friend goes tragically wrong in a Long Island night club, Kasheef Williams must protect himself by any means necessary even if it means going after Alija Bell, the only witness to his crime, before her day comes to testify against him in court. Original.
Comments: (7)
Dranar
I'm a huge fan of Ashley & Ja'Quavis and I loved this book. I love how the authors keep it real with their books, sometimes you have happy endings and sometimes you don't! This book shows that you can't trust just anybody and that somebody always has an agenda no matter if its good or bad! This book was definitely a page turner and all I can say is that Alija played her part...I mean I would of never expected how the book ended from her but in a way she had to do what she had to do! I like how they broke Kasheef's wall down and showed that he has a heart. I hope there's a part 2 in the works because based on how the book ended...there has to me more to it.
Moogugore
This authoring duo has never let me down. Just when I think I've been exposed to their best work yet - here comes something else. This book kept my eyes peeled from the very first page. I love how these authors come onto the scene with the unexpected, but always end with something you dont EVER see coming. The characters and the story lines blend well and have you thinking you're right there in the book to live it yourself.
Great Job!!
Keep up the great work.
But that ending!!! I didn't see it coming mainly because I wasn't looking for it. Whew!!!!
Rollers from Abdun
The book was a quick read and hade me hooked throughout the story. Unfortunately the ending was very disappointing and felt very rushed. It felt as if the author needed a few more chapters to develop the ending. All surprises are not good surprises.
Fesho
Oh my goodness. I did not expect that ending. Dang, Kasheef was just defending his self and hoodwinked by everyone. Good story, a sad ending.
Vozuru
Before I bought this eBook I looked to see what other book readers had to say about it. Wow! Apparently there was some shady business going on with the reprinting/renaming of this book... whatever it was, it ticked a lot of people off. Interesting, that's all.

This is my 4th (or 5th) book by Ashley & JaQuavis so I didn't have to worry about rereading something they put out a while back. I only recently started reading these two when I hear them on a book blog radio about two months ago. Since then I've picked up their books whenever I need a quick entertaining read and this one fit the bill, albeit not as much as I would have liked. The story was *good* but the execution wasn't as polished as... say in `The Cartel'.

These two have talent no doubt and not every author can get a hit every time, but this one seemed to be a "formula" novel and therefore didn't have that spark of magic that their other books have. This was just an OK read, and if I was trying to sell someone on Ashley & JaQuavis I would not start with this one.

In `Black Friday: Exposed' you have a drug dealer, Kasheef, who is accused of murder. OK... "Accused" may be a little bit misleading because there is an eye witness who actually saw him pull the trigger! And that right there is what this story is centered around. The eyewitness is a smokin' hot single mom named Alija and she has some interesting things going on with her. Since she is the only eyewitness and truthfully the only REAL evidence the prosecution has, her testimony is sought after by both sides. And they'll use any means to get it. Murder, jury tampering, blackmail, extortion, money and sex are just means to an end for them. The question is... who will win? A&J has always impressed me with their plots twists and this book was no different.

There are a couple of predictable situations here that are par for the course, but I bet you'll never see the ending coming. That was a pretty nice twist that will make me read the sequel when it comes out. Again, overall not a bad effort but these two have written better. If you're checking them out for the first time, do not start with this one. Start with `The Cartel', `The Cartel 3', or `Murder Mamas'.
blac wolf
I don’t know where to start...this book was a good read but very sad! I’m sad at how it ended! It has to be more!!!! My feelings are crushed right now! Why couldn’t this be a happy ending?! It was sooooo good up until the end!!! I HATE how it ended! Overall it was good though.
Goldenfang
Ashley and Jaquavis remain unchallenged! Who'd think a street hustler could fall in real LOVE? What are the odds that one could walk away from the possibility of a very long prison sentence? These questions and others are answered, when Kasheef decides to take the high road when dealing with the eyewitness to his crime. When all is said and done you'll have a hard time determining who's the victim and who's the perpetrator. Black Friday Exposed was a quick read because I could not put the book down. The story is relayed with precise timing and all the nuts and bolts that tie it together are revealed in startling detail.
This book was kind of different for Ash and Ja it wasn't your typical story that they put out it want as good good as they other books as well but it was okay....it definitely thru me off that ending was not predictable at all.....I guess it's to true what they say karma is a BITCH!