All Devon Wright wants is peace and some time to chill with his boys. He’s jerseyed up and waiting for his boy, Charles, to show up with tickets to the Atlanta Falcons’ season opener. Instead, at his front door he finds “Satan’s little sister,” aka Quartisha Shauntae Randall, his baby momma. Once again, she’s dropping off their daughter unexpectedly and ruining his plans.
Devon doesn’t mind, though. His daughter, Brianna, is the most important thing in his life. He’s worried about the poor example Shauntae (He refuses to EVER call her by her first name) is setting with her ghetto-fabulous lifestyle. He can’t believe he ended up with such a crazy baby momma. He’s vowed to stay away from all women for a while—until Charles introduces him to Cassandra.
Cassandra is nothing like Shauntae. She’s a good, church-going woman. Devon is pleasantly surprised to find out that Cassandra’s not what he thought a Christian woman would be. Cassandra Parker is not only fine;she’s also smart, sassy, and sexy. Devon is intrigued, and he wants to get to know Cassandra better, but how will he be able to handle his daughter, his crazy baby momma, and a new woman in his life?
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About the Book
Shauntae Randall knows she’s not smart or talented at much of anything, but she also knows she’s gorgeous and can handle herself around a man. So, she’s made a career of it. She thought she had struck gold a few years back when she was lucky enough to get pregnant by Devon Wright. She knew they’d get married, he would take care of her and her baby, and she’d be set for life.
What Shauntae didn’t know is that it’s much harder to keep a man than it is to catch him. Now she’s lost custody of the child and the child support check and has to go back to hustling.
Shauntae is lucky enough to get herself pregnant by Gary Jackson. She knows she has to figure out how to be a good wife to Gary and a good mother to their child to keep herself in his big, fancy house and his big, fancy car. She has to learn to talk “proper” and say all the right things at the right time. The absolute worst thing is that Shauntae must learn how to be a “church girl.”
When issues with Gary’s ex-wife and kids threatens Shauntae’s “get married and stay married” plan, it’s actually God that helps her out. Shauntae decides that instead of hustling God, she might want to get to know Him. But can an ex-hustler really shed her old ways and become a true Christian, and a good wife and mother?
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