The Princess & The Thug

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Love Tradegy Westside Story meets Romeo & Juliet. Coming of age teenage love affair. After Miles lost his parents and was betrayed by his family, he swore he would never love or trust again. He turned to the streets and found comfort living as a gangster. He never expected to meet a girl in the middle of a turf war and falling in love with her wasn't an option. But what can a gangster do? More

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Words: 77,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452347646
About Luvvenia Hawkins

L. Hawkins is a writer for Jirehis Publications where she authors books under the pen name ALm HLgh. She currently works as an Assignment Manager for a major broadcasting company in the Midwest.

Earning a Bachelors in Communications from the University of Illinois, she went on to study for one year at the Graduate level, majoring in Urban and Regional Planning.

Before beginning her writing and broadcast career, L. Hawkins worked as a Loan Officer for a financial institution, a teacher in the public sector, and as a marketing research liaison for various companies.


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Review by: Vishakha Nair on July 26, 2011 :
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