I wasn’t big-time, nor was I trying to be.
I just wanted to be able to do my job as a parent.
Money is scarce and jobs are hard to come by. Nobody knows this better than Simone. As it becomes more and more difficult to keep her children fed and clothed, she resorts to selling drugs to supplement her unemployment checks. But when her business grows beyond what she can handle, she turns to Malik, an infamous drug dealer and murderer…and now the stakes are even higher.
Does Simone have what it takes to survive the street life? Or will she go back to what she knows best—being a mom and working a nine-to-five like normal people? Find out just how far a mother will go to take care of her kids in this raw and compelling tale of urban survival.
Contemporary RomanceRomanceAfrican American InterestPoetry
BIOGRAPHY Author Tonya M Barber currently resides in Newark, NJ with her three children and two grandchildren. She has been writing since the age of 12. She has written three poetry books: A Journey the Window of My Soul, And the Journey Continues, and her latest The Other Side of Me. She has also written great novels. Her works: Drama in the Bricks, Changing the Game 1, 2, 3, Misty's Blues, and I Can Love You Past Your Pain.
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