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Still Wifey Material

Kiki Swinson

ISBN 9780758238931
Publish Date 11/2/2010
Format Paperback
Categories Dafina, Fiction

Kira’s ready to shed her old life—but trouble has a way of always finding her…

Kira’s had enough drama, and the only way she’s going to make a new start is by moving to Houston with her cousin Nikki. Though Nikki might be in a different hood, she’s still up to her old sheisty ways—looking for the sugar daddy who will help her crawl out from under Kira’s shadow. And when Kira falls in love with Fatu, an extremely wealthy Nigerian club owner, Nikki will do whatever it takes to break them up. Because it’s her turn to be wifey…

Praise For Kiki Swinson And Her Novels

“Kiki Swinson is unstoppable…Kiki always delivers a sizzling read.” —Essence® bestselling author Crystal Lacey Winslow

“After reading The Candy Shop, all I could say was scandalous!” —K’wan, bestselling author of Gutter and Still Hood

“Kiki captures the heat of the streets.” —Wahida Clark

About Kiki Swinson:

Kiki Swinson is the national bestselling author of over 30 novels and short stories. A star of the street lit genre—crime novels in an urban setting—Swinson’s works feature resilient women making tough, and sometimes not quite legal, decisions to survive. Her novels, inspired by her experiences and a five-year stint in federal prison, have sold over 1 million copies. She completed her first novel while incarcerated and her second novel, Wifey, became the first book in one of today’s best-selling street lit series. A native of Portsmouth, Virginia, and a former hustler’s wife, Swinson resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Visit her online at KikiSwinson.net.

Photo Credit: Solomon & Solomon Photography


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Disappointed (Monday, September 18, 2017)

This book was enjoyable up until it became violent and scary. Nothing on the book jacket indicated that it was a thriller, so i was deeply disappointed, as i do not read books with violence and killing. I did not finish reading this book. There should have been something on the book jacket to indicate there would be such content.


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