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"Wahida Clark has done it again . . . well-written . . . with believable characters [and] unexpected plot twists . . . I recommend "Payback with Ya Life "to all urban fiction fans."--ApoooBooks.com on PAYBACK WITH YA LIFE
Crowned the Queen of Thug Love Fiction, Wahida's style of writing is the "template" for urban literature. Her "New York Times, Essence," an"d USA Today "bestselling novels include: "Thugs and The Women Who Love Them, Every Thug Needs A Lady, Thug Matrimony, Thug Lovin', Payback Is A Mutha, Payback With Ya Life, Sleeping With The Enemy, The Golden Hustla"and the first anthology edited and compiled by Clark, "What's Really Hood!" The highly anticipated "Justify My Thug"""under Cash Money Content made its debut at #19 on the New York Times bestsellers list, one of the few urban lit books to do so. Her Thug Series has sold over 300,000 copies and the Payback Series has sold over 150,000. Wahida currently operates her own publishing company out of East Orange, New Jersey, Wahida Clark Presents Publishing.
Only "New York Times bestselling author Wahida Clark could take street lit to the next level in this incendiary tale of a hustler facing a game more lethal than any 'hood . . . "THE GOLDEN HUSTLA She's the star sales associate of a profitable Atlanta "advertising" firm, WMM. She lives for top-of-the-line everything" . . . and making enough money to finally reunite with her children. But Nina Coles is an ex-hood-rat in hiding. And no amount of paper can keep her safe from a ruthless FBI agent who's determined to take down the shady company she works for. Now Nina's vicious, greedy boss Rinaldo is defying the feds and endangering everyone to rack up several last scores. Her conniving ex-partner Akil is playing Nina against WMM and the mob to get his hands on the company's multimillion-dollar stash. And sexy undercover cop Rick is proving to be one danger Nina can't figure out-or get enough of. Between betrayal, lies, and murder, Nina must risk everything on one last deadly hustle that almost guarantees winner lose all . . .