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Stone Cold Liar: The Misadventures of Mink LaRue

Noire

ISBN 9781617734960
Publish Date 8/25/2015
Format ePub
Categories AA Fiction, ePub

“Urban erotica has never been hotter!” —Nikki Turner

Her billionaire family's scandalous secrets are as big as their fortune. But consummate con-mami Mink LaRue plans to play them all for the ultimate high stakes…

As a newly-minted Dominion family heiress, Mink has new golden moves to snag even more of the family fortune. Trouble is, her hidden love games with seductive uncle-by-marriage-only Suge have them at bad-news odds—and more than her heart is in dirty sexy trouble. When the family patriarch is shot, Mink is up against a crossfire of old Dominion rivals, blackmailers, and elegant scammers out to take them down for good. What she needs is a surprise ally—her identical twin Dy-Nasty. But her scheming sibling's conniving threatens to end Mink's moneyed ride and ace her into lockdown. With disaster only one lie away, Mink has to flip the script on enemies she never saw coming—and turn her diamond-honed hustle into the supreme weapon…

“Noire’s versatile storytelling keeps the urban erotic genre hot!” —Kiki Swinson, bestselling author of the Wifey series

“Noire knows all about street slang, scams, strip clubs, and fierce sex bouts...This is top-of-the-line street lit.” —Library Journal on Natural Born Liar (starred review)

“If you love a little nastiness, Dirty Rotten Liar is a book you’ll hate to miss.” —New Pittsburgh Courier

About Noire:

NOIRE is editor-in-chief of NoireMagazine.com, the Queen of Urban Erotica, the #1 Essence® bestselling author of Unzipped, Hittin’ the Bricks, G-Spot, Candy Licker, Thug-A-Licious, Baby Brother (with 50 Cent), Thong on Fire, Hood, novellas in Maneater and Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless, and the editor of a collection of urban erotic quickies, From the Streets to the Sheets. She is also the author of the first urban erotic serial novel, G-Spot 2: The Seven Deadly Sins


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