Bullet Proof Love, Loyalty before Betrayal is a cautionary hood tale of two friends who raise to power after a snatch and grab robbery. The story goes on to tell how they give back to the community, have children and try to build an empire only to get caught by law enforcement. During their rise to power a turf war breaks out a rival drug dealers put a price on the two main characters heads. This drug war cost both side casualties.
I like that the story show that just because you have it all doesn’t mean you get to keep it all. The story clear displays in black and white the toys that come with being in the game can come as fast as they go and cost you your freedom in the long run.
I didn’t like that the characters were your stereotypical gangster or that two main characters had female companion who seem to be slow on the uptake. This books needs some editing, but it didn’t take away from the readability of the book. I gave the book four stars but it could easily become a five-star book with some editing. I think that this new author has a lot of potential and with some editing this book could be phenomenal. I read it in a day and half, but I could have finished it the same day, but I had to prepare for Thanksgiving company.
This book was given free.
Yesterday I felt like eating some traditional food, so I went to McDonald’s and ordered some stuff. And some fries to go with that stuff. Anyway, as I was eating my stuff, something happened.
Across from where I was seated was this girl. Truly beautiful. Like really, really. The sensible thing to do in this situation would be… dunno, but I got inspired. I stopped eating for a while. Can I use that cliche with time stopped? Like that quote from Of Mice and Men, “As happens sometimes, a moment settled and hovered and remained for much more than a moment. And sound stopped and movement stopped for much, much more than a moment. And then the moment was gone.”
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