Never Luv A Gangsta: A Brooklyn Love Story

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Indigo Brooks is not only a wild child, she is about that life. She sees absolutely no reason to be good when there are so many things to be gained by being bad. Born the daughter of a kingpin, the drug game is nothing new to her. When her father gets set up by his partner and gets sentenced to a forever bid, Indigo and her sister are left to fend for themselves and her sister teaches her everything she knows about keeping her hustle tight. Even though life is good for her, sharing an apartment with her old friend Chloe, Indigo always wants something more… but she never thought it was love. Love had never been high on her list of priorities for a lot of reasons.

When Sharif McFarland saves her from a potentially bad situation, Indigo finds what she thinks she’s been missing but there is a major conflict of interest… and it isn’t just what he does to get his money. What he does makes Sharif a very bad man but not so bad that Indigo can’t love him. Sometimes falling in love is the easiest thing to do, but to stay there they’ll be faced with a trial of fire that will take them through jealousy, betrayal, deceit, and murder; there’ll be old debts to pay and long hidden secrets will come to light. Will their love crumble to dust or can it survive and be washed clean with a huge and climatic explosion?

Stranger things have happened. In Brooklyn they go hard…

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