A Little Philly Project Chick is a hood love story that takes you on an unforgettable ride through the mean streets of Philadelphia. And is also one of the best African American Urban Fiction books available. And now it’s here for your reading satisfaction. In this standalone you’ll take an unforgettable ride with the national bestselling author Yona Pearson, another great storyteller under Cole Hart Signature. Her writing is smooth and she know's how to make her characters come to life. **Warning** This is not your typical Urban romance, dope boy, thug love, or kingpin savage book.
Edge of your seat.
On everything I love, I hate living in this rundown Philly project. My mama doesn’t know how to handle her responsibilities. My daddy has been gone my whole life. My baby daddy stays playing games like he’s not my son’s father. He really needs to grow up though. Me personally, I want to do something with my life because I can’t continue to live like this. Seems like the more I try, the harder it seems to get. Now don't get me wrong, I'm a hood chick at heart and I don't mind the thugs and the dope boys trying to holla at me. But I’m not trying to become a product of anybody's environment. It’s like a living hell growing up in the streets of Philadelphia. And I am searching high and low for a way out. I can promise the moment I get a chance to make it, I am taking off and never looking back.
Seriously, just because you're brought into this world poor don't mean you have to die poor. My love life is non-existent… that was until Ace, a old friend of mines back into it. Everything that comes with him screams to leave him alone. However, I could never do no such thing. It’s like my body grows weak every time I am close to him. The way my heart beats at the sight of him is crazy, like goose bumps crazy and butterflies in my stomach crazy. If you're a woman you know what I'm talking about. He always seems to have me feeling things I never knew existed. He gives me a high I didn’t want to come down from. I thought everything was all good until the unthinkable happens, leaving me stuck wondering what was next.