Payback is a mutha / Wahida Clark.
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- ISBN: 0758212534 (pbk.)
- ISBN: 9780758212535 (pbk.)
- Physical Description: viii, 227 p. ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., c2006.
"First Kensington trade paperback printing: April 2006"--T.p. verso.
Includes a reading group guide
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Using sex to get cars, expensive clothes, and anything else she desires, Brianna, a spoiled and selfish hustler, must make a tough decision when one of her schemes goes too far and her best friend Shan is caught in the crossfire. Original.
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In this gritty urban drama, New York Times bestselling author Wahida Clark tells the story of a woman who thinks she has everything, but who really has everything to lose—starting with her best friend, and ending with her life . . .
Brianna and Shan couldn't be more different. From her $1,200 weave to her closet full of Gucci, Prada, and Chanel, Brianna believes that men were born to bankroll her lifestyle. Shan likes to make her own money by working for a living at a men's prison—and prefers Sean John, Baby Phat, and Fubu to Jimmy Choo. Still, despite appearances, Shan and B are sisters where it counts—or so they think . . .
For B, lying is part of the hustle, and the hustle is what gets her sex, clothes, cars—pretty much whatever she wants. She couldn't care less who gets hurt along the way, as long as it isn't her. But it's one thing to hustle tricks, and quite another to betray the one person who really cares. When one of B's schemes goes too far, blood is spilled—and Shan is caught in the crossfire. Now, with friendship and lives on the line, Brianna's got one last chance to change her ways—or suffer the consequences . . .