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Girls from Da Hood 7

Written by: Redd,Nikki Michelle,Erick S. Gray,Buck 50 Productions
Narrated by: Stevie Washington,Mea Wilkerson,L. Steven Taylor
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Publisher's Summary

Urban Books' popular Girls from da Hood series is back, bringing listeners more dramatic tales about the lives of some tough, resourceful women who can hold their own when things get rough on the streets. This time, Redd, Nikki-Michelle, and Erick S. Gray deliver the stories with their trademark flair.

Like a hood-rich Bonnie and Clyde, Candy and Raynail have their hands on all of the drugs that run through the veins of Westwood. When Raynail is set up to take the fall for a crime he didn't commit, Candy goes on a mission to take down everyone involved.

Baby and G. G. should be thinking about high school, but their minds are definitely not on studying. These two are tight like sisters, and they have each other's backs no matter what - until Baby comes up with a plan that involves blackmailing someone to kill G. G.'s man. When these two cousins clash, the shock wave will be felt throughout the hood.

Vix Dixon is an upscale ghetto-girl that no man in his right mind wants to cross. She's a predator who preys on the weak. Her mission? To have any man or woman she wants by any means necessary. Now, she's set her sights on her teacher, Alex Rodriguez, and he bites the apple instead of a bullet. By the time Alex realizes just what he's gotten himself into, hell on earth will have a different meaning for him.

©2012 Redd, Nikki Michelle, and Erick S. Gray (P)2018 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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  • Gretchen
  • 27-06-21

Great stories

Thoroughly enjoyed this book and all the characters…. The story is unique and promising!!! Definitely worth the read!!

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  • Brown
  • 16-05-19

Not what I thought...

The 1st and last story was really good and narrated well. The 2nd story I could have lived without. There was too much sex and not enough action. The narrator left a lot to be desired.. There was NO FLOW to her reading, throughout the entire story it was choppy. All of it was just dreadful.

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  • Veronika Gray
  • 14-11-22

2nd story

The story line on the 2nd story was turned into a movie called No Better Love on Tubi. I haven’t watched it yet but I hope it’s better than the book! I thought it was rushed and under developed. Some stories take too long to get to the point but this one skipped over it altogether and went right to the end.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28-07-22

Don't waste your time

Struggled to finish this book the narrotors and story lined sucked. Hope the next book in the series is better.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-05-22

Finally new narrator's and authors for this series

The 3 stories were kinda ridiculous but they are fiction. The new narrators' voices were refreshing but not in a good way. But I especially liked the last narrator in the story... He had me cracking up when he was rapping and with the sex scenes and all - he was really animated..I like that. Now as far as the stories first one was lil boring a chick killing everyone 🙄 The 2nd and 3rd were just full of overly conceited HS girls and pedophiles. The dum ass men who give pussy power. And that's it. Hope next one is better.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-04-22

Well deserved ending

I have to say Baby in the last story deserved everything that happened to her for being stupid and weak.

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  • Lucille Christmas
  • 26-02-22

Drama At It's Best!

This series of books is heart throbbing and intense stories will keep you listening until the end! I want to thank the author for being so creative.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-02-22

The reader did not convey the story

It may have been a good listen however the person reading the book didn’t do well at all so I didn’t listen I’ll read it on my own

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  • Lucky B.
  • 19-06-21

2/3 terrible narrators

Ok the first book was horribly written. Let’s start there. The first storyline was unrealistic and stupid. ::spoiler alert:: your mother gets killed and you just head out to move right after? Smh Also having 3 narrators was overkill already but the first 2 were extremely difficult to listen to at all. The first man read the book like he was reading instructions to build a microwave. The 2nd had no knowledge of diction and inflection so the story couldn’t be felt. The 3rd narrator saved it and the last storyline was the best one. A true hood story.

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  • Terrie H.
  • 02-05-21

Why dose everyone have to die.

And every girls from da Hood. Why does everyone always have to die the hood have good stories to can we please find some hood stories were people live learn lessons and move on we have a lot of youngsters that made it out of the find some of those but I love the books