Great book

United States
November 18, 2009 5:10pm CST
i read this great book called 'Forever a Hustlers Wife' it was really good. It's an urban fiction, about a woman, named Yarni who is married to a Virginia Hustler. the star of the book Yarni, a very successful lawyer, is about to give birth to a new baby girl. she has the life any women can dream of, a family, a career. but that all is tested when someone kidnaps her new born baby from her daycare. Reviewing security cameras the baby is up and completely calm as if she knows the person that took her. My question is how does someone with so much high class, and with so much perspective that she has never lost a case, not see untrustworthy people in her life?
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@maezee (35272)
• United States
18 Nov 09
Hey! That was a pretty good synposis, did you write that yourself? Really good. Anyway, it definitely sounds like an interesting read, sounds like something I'd be interested in. I might have to check that out sometime. Here's a question, though: how does a successful LAWYER end up marrying a hustler? That's a confusing concept if you ask me, especially since most Hustlers end up being on the OTHER side of the law (than what lawyers are on). Know what I mean?
• United States
18 Nov 09
yes, i did write that thank you. i forgot to mention that this book (by Niki turner if you wanted to check it out) is a squeal to another 'A Hustlers wife'. they met when she was young and still in high school, fell in love. when she got outta high school he paid for her law schooling. and yes he is on the other side of the law but when he is in trouble with the law his wife will alaways find a way to bail him out.