Still Tryna Wife Shawty


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After finding out that Octavious wanted to be with her cousin, Lauren ultimately lost the guy that she thought was the one. It didn’t help to see her sister walk down the aisle, pregnant and marrying the man of her life. Feeling as if she’d lost herself surrounded by disappointment, hurt, and anger, Lauren decided to move to California to restart her life and to start living for herself. Leaving behind her twin sister, her mother, and all that she knows in Florida, she meets up with someone she had been secretly talking to for quite a while.
Businessman and street hustla, Xavier didn’t hesitate to offer Lauren his place until she could find one of her own. Agreeing, they immediately shacked up together. Lauren’s instantly drawn to him as he was also easy on the eyes, had swag for days, and had a good head on his shoulders. Is all that glitters gold? Is Xavier truly who he says he is? For once, will Lauren catch a break?
Feeling as if he’d made a mistake, Octavious regrets choosing Korah and ultimately wants Lauren back. He will stop at nothing until he wins her love and trust. It’s just one person in the way of those plans. Xavier! Will Octavious succeed? Will Lauren find love?
In this hood love tale full of murder, secrets, and faith being tested, will Lauren have the happily ever after that she desperately yearned for? Find out in the spinoff to Shawty Got Me Tryna Wife Her.

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