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Summary

Remy Morgan, a young girl born and raised in the heart of the ghetto, gets caught up in the life when she meets a drug lord who offers her the world. Young and naive, she is trapped in a game of lies, deception, and greed and learns the hard way that everything that glitters ain't gold. After her love is slain, Remy is forced back into the life that she desperately tried to forget.

Remy has kept a diary of her life for the past two years. What she writes inside is a tale of love, passion, money, and secrecy - and ultimately a witness to her tragic end.

Ashley and JaQuavis take you into the world of Remy Morgan, and not until after her death is the truth revealed. You think you know, but you have no idea.

©2005 Ashley & JaQuavis (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-04-17

THIS BOOK WAS THE SHIT! ASHLEY AND JAQUAVIS 💖

So much love for the writer's ; but the CARTEL man yall better get it!!!!

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  • Alicia Hall
  • 10-05-17

Great story

The story line was very good but the reader was dry. The story keeps you intrigued.

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  • Precious
  • 15-04-17

This was another great book by these two. Best

This was another great book by these two! love it word for word! keep it coming!

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  • rona
  • 04-05-17

very good story line.

A good read. With all the twist and turns. The loyalty to someone who seems like he didn't care. I love it. Even the end was a shocker.

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  • Nancy
  • 16-04-17

Good but sad

This book was very good. I truly enjoyed. To bad there will not be a part two. Please keep up keep up with books that become series. I love series. Overall the book was good but sad.

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  • Rita Caldwell
  • 21-09-18

Great book!

What a page turner. Ashley and JaQuavis have done it again. I was totally shocked at that ending. I wish it could have ended different for Remy! I liked her character in this book through the struggles and all.

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  • TooHot
  • 17-09-18

Good Story, Not so good reader

I love reading/listening to Ashley & JaQuavis stories, they always loop you in. Yet this Story was okay. Honey was a little dry when reading but I stuck it out because I want to read the whole series. After a while I was getting extremely annoyed by the choices Remy was making it was like all her common sense drained her brain. She had a lot of street in her but wasn't thinking like a Street Boss women. If only she had listened and followed directions and stopped trusting everybody. There were a few repeat passages/thoughts. It was really dumbed-down for the readers

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-08-18

GOOD Read!!!!

The book held my attention the entire story. The narrator sucked but the storyline is so good that you will listen anyway. I won’t put any spoilers in my review but I will say don’t start this book until you can finish at one time!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-07-18

loved it

Would have loved for Remy to have lived. 3rd book I've read and the woman always died.

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  • Princess K
  • 30-06-18

Issa Nah for me Dawg!

After listening to Moth to a Flame and Ethic this book fell completely flat for me and I seriously questioned every one of the people who said this book was good, like HOW SWAY!? How was this book good? When was it good? What part? The narrator is HORRIBLE. Like SERIOUSLY HORRIBLE and she should never read this type of book!!! Her cadence was off and she paused at awkward times. Hearing her say the 'N' word made me cringe because her "hood" was SO unbelievable that it almost sounded like a Caucasian woman saying it. Then the random phone and doorbell noises out of no where - what in the world!? The storyline is something that someone in junior high wrote, the character development was all over the place, some characters barely got a sentence and others got almost a chapter- which was unnecessarily long. I kept listening like this has to get better, it just has to. But it NEVER did!. Everyone in this book was a hoe, crackhead or drug dealer...that's it! Then in chapter 8 the author(s) had the nerve to give themselves a shout out. This is definitely NOT their best work of art and this is not the book I would have wanted to shout my name out, if I were them. Just bad. All bad. It was predictable with the exception of the parental revaluation which happens in the last chapter. Do NOT read/listen to this book if you have already listened to some of the author(s) more recent books, it will make you feel like you are going backwards and really allow you to see just how much they have improved over time- THANKFULLY!! Now, when is Ethic 2 coming!???