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St. Pierre Boyz 2: All is Fair in Love and War (Volume 2)
by Mz. Lady P and Mesha Mesh

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    List Price: $9.99 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 220
    ISBN13: 9781542554442
    Imprint: CreateSpace
    Publisher: On-Demand Publishing LLC
    Parent Company: Amazon.com, Inc.

    Book Description: 

    Completely fed up with all things St. Pierre, the women are all on a rampage, but for different reasons. With past secrets revealed Leilani finds herself caught up in her emotions, desperately trying to decipher whether Luxe’s feelings for her were genuine or were they all a lie to get at her ex, June. Dynasty, feeling betrayed by Sebastian isn’t playing with him by any means. To be with her he has to prove himself as worthy or get from around her. Diamond’s sick of Judah and his childish attitude, and the sweet woman he once knew has left the building. Soon, Judah will learn the hard way that she’s not to be messed with. He’s brought out a side in Diamond that not even she knew existed, and he doesn’t know how to handle it. When it comes to street affairs, getting their hands dirty is something the St. Pierre brothers are no strangers to. With Ava being out of the picture the heat is turned up a few notches and it’s time to prove that they’re not the ones to be played with. In the streets, anyone who dares to cross enemy lines can get it with no holds barred. However, when it comes matters of their heart and the love’s of their lives, that’s when the real war begins.

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