3 Books Published by Urban Lifestyle Press on Our Site — Book Cover Mosaic

Click for more detail about Fantasy (Volume 1) by Keisha Ervin Fantasy (Volume 1)

by Keisha Ervin
Urban Lifestyle Press (Jul 08, 2007)
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A new twist on Black Erotica. An African American book filled with short stories dealing with lust-filled fantasies will leave you wanting to fulfill your own.The book has sexy and sensual tales. From kinky to just curious, or submissive to dominant, this will be sure to turn you on.


Click for more detail about Street Fame by K. Elliott Street Fame

by K. Elliott
Urban Lifestyle Press (Jan 15, 2006)
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There’s a lot going on from Charlotte to Miami to San Francisco — almost none of it favorable to Tommy ’Fatboy’ Dupree. While one man is sleeping around with Tommy’s live-in girlfriend, another urges a psychopath to rob him for multiple kilos. These men are…his friends…which means the worst is yet to come. Alicia Anderson’s beauty is off the scales. The physically fit college student has a father who is a real estate mogul, so she could care less about a fat boy named Tommy who deals drugs. However, this new woman challenges him to give up the illicit profession and invest everything in a California real estate venture. Their serious love affair is overshadowed by his inability to hustle up enough money to walk away from the game. And although Fatboy has a few tricks in store for all his backstabbing friends, the DEA has plans to throw a nasty twist in his story. But Fatboy has even saved one last trick for the feds. This URBAN SUSPENSE threatens to brind the underground to the surface.


Click for more detail about Entangled by K. Elliott Entangled

by K. Elliott
Urban Lifestyle Press (Sep 01, 2003)
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Unprotected Sex, Murder, Disloyalty and Payoffs all included in this street-life thriller. Entangled is a Love Story between a Major drug trafficker and a history teacher. The subplots includes a Black DEA agent with divided loyalty. He wants to do his job and rid the streets of drugs but on the other hand he knows that the system is corrupt and it targets minorities, this story has all the elements of a major motion picture.