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Ghetto [Read] ➵ Ghetto ➲ M.L. Sparrow – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk My name s Sunny Grace Beaumont Branded SGB Only child, self taught computer geek and cancer survivor Oh, and did I mention my dad s the President As you can imagine that s sometimes a little proble My name s Sunny Grace Beaumont Branded SGBOnly child, self taught computer geek and cancer survivor Oh, and did I mention my dad s the President As you can imagine that s sometimes a little problematic, especially when I want to sneak out But it never got me into quite as much trouble as the night I ventured into the Ghetto don t ask me why I was there in the first place it was stupid Everyone knows that the Ghetto is where hardened criminals are sent to live out the remainder of their lives At first the men that kidnap me are just as I d imagine, mean and thoughtless, but slowly I begin to have doubtsI meet a guy His name s Sin, he has no Brand a crime punishable by death and he s the rebel leader I should hate him but I don t Instead he opens my eyes to a whole other side of the Ghetto, where people are innocent of the crimes they re accused of and helpless children suffer dreadful poverty Is it possible that I ve been lied to my entire life that the governments been deceiving everyone And how can I challenge the law my own dad is adamant to uphold.


About the Author: M.L. Sparrow

M L Sparrow is currently the author of several full length novels, three novellas and a slew of short stories published in various anthologies Her novella, A Tangled Web, was a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and in the Readers Favorite Awards Another novella, Red Days, was a winner in the Book Excellence Awards, Current Events category She will write pretty much anything that pops into her head, no matter the genre, and enjoys keeping her readers guessing as to what she will write next, though you can pretty much guarantee that there will be some degree of romance As well as writing, she enjoys travelling and has lived in Tokyo and Hong Kong, though she is now back in the UK with her trusty rescue dog, Nala Her travels are a constant source of inspiration and she has an endless supply of ideas for future novels To find outcheck out her website or stalk her on Twitter MLSparrow.



10 thoughts on “Ghetto

  1. Fre06 Begum Fre06 Begum says:

    Dnf at 63% I really tried but I just couldn t get into it.


  2. Prima Prima says:

    A big shout out to the author for sending me a review copy Be prepared to be surprised because Ghetto was surprisingly great Yes, it did have its cliches and in the beginning I was so annoyed by the information dumps but the characters really shine over all that Let s start with the introduction which I didn t really like I kept getting this vibe that I read the plot before mum dies of cancer because she doesn t want to give up the baby it s really familiar Anyone know of the book An A big shout out to the author for sending me a review copy Be prepared to be surprised because Ghetto was surprisingly great Yes, it did have its cliches and in the beginning I was so annoyed by the information dumps but the characters really shine over all that Let s start with the introduction which I didn t really like I kept getting this vibe that I read the plot before mum dies of cancer because she doesn t want to give up the baby it s really familiar Anyone know of the book Anyways, there was a lot of information being slapped into your face in the first chapters and while it got me into the world, I feel like it could have been better integrated At this point, I knew there was a lot of potential but it just wasn t quite there yet It got there, guys The rest of the book was awesome The world was so interesting and detailed I loved how the whole book wasn t really about a Hunger Games like revolution even though we have rebels It wasabout distributing what the minority need food and supplies It s not about the big wars and rebellions but about the small things which makes it really stand out in the dystopia genre I mean, who thinks about the food and everyday items like light bulbs, soap etc when the rebels are all out fighting Sunny was a great lead who had brains and kindness When she realises the truth about the Ghetto, she doesn t hesitate to help We also get Sin who is one of the best leaders I ve read about in dystopian worlds The combination of tough and kind is a cliche but the author writes it into Sin so well that you can t help but love him Final verdict It s a diamond in the rough, but it s still a diamond and it s worth it Review by Panda Hearts Books


  3. Angela Angela says:

    5 StarsGhetto by M.L Sparrow is quite a surprise package It is a fantasy science fiction, YA action adventure with drama and romance It is a thrilling read and I was completely captivated by this fascinating story Set several hundred years in the future, the society is structured into classes of social hierarchy that govern the citizen s existence Every person is branded at birth and it is illegal to not have a brand In this day and age of skyscrapers and advanced technology, everyone was 5 StarsGhetto by M.L Sparrow is quite a surprise package It is a fantasy science fiction, YA action adventure with drama and romance It is a thrilling read and I was completely captivated by this fascinating story Set several hundred years in the future, the society is structured into classes of social hierarchy that govern the citizen s existence Every person is branded at birth and it is illegal to not have a brand In this day and age of skyscrapers and advanced technology, everyone was branded at birth it wasn t as archaic as it sounded, it wasn t done with fire and metal it waslike a tattoo, done with a laser and using special ink that had been developed so that it grew as the person did Not only was it against the law not to have one, because it was a means of identification, but it was impossible to live without one long ago people had used little plastic cards, slips of paper and coins to pay for things, but now all they had to do was scan their code and be done with it It was the same for getting in and out of properties, workplaces and any official buildings Sunny Grace Beaumont lives a life that most people in her society would be envious of She has everything she could every need wealth, privilege, a luxurious apartment in a beautiful building in an exclusive part of town, she wears expensive designer made clothing, has all the latest technology at her finger tips and even has a personal stylist As the daughter of the President, she is at the top of the social ladder and is known to all She is constantly in the media, attending functions, speeches and news conferences at her father s side always the supportive, perfect daughter.But things aren t as perfect as they seem to the outside world Yes, Sunny lives a pampered life but it s a lonely existence Her mother died when Sunny was born and she is an only child Her relationship with her father isn t as close as she d like it to be sure, he loves her, but is quite remote when it comes to showing affection He is preoccupied with his job fixated on his image and keeping up appearances Sunny feels a lot of pressure to be the perfect daughter , when she feels anything but perfect She has no friends apart from the family robot, and her personal stylist When not playing the dutiful daughter, she can be found in her room tinkering with antique machinery and outdated electronics or surfing the net, somewhere out in cyberspace One night while on a scavenger hunt for parts for her tinkering, Sunny finds herself in the Ghetto somewhere she should definitely NOT be The Ghetto is where all the criminals of their society are sent to serve out their sentences She is recognised and captured by a group of rebels Thrown into a cold, musty basement cell, she has no way of escape and is completely terrified of what the rebels may do with her.I am left For what seems like forever The indecipherable period of time is only broken by someone bringing food three times a day and coming to take me to the toilet every few hours The days meld together so that I don t know when I should be asleep and when I should be awake Then she meets HIM, the mysterious, striking and dynamic leader of the rebels Sin She really should hate him for what he has done to her, but theshe learns about him and the people of the Ghetto, theshe is drawn to him She realises that she finally feels like she belongs somewhere Strange as it sounds, being kidnapped may just be the best thing that happened to her as she discovers that things are not as they seem in the outside world and everything she was taught and thought she knew, was a lie I don t know what I want, but I know that I definitely don t want to return to the meaning less existence I led before Back then I had simply done what I was told for the most part, without examining what I thought, or gathering the facts I don t want to live that way any My eyes have been opened by the people I had once condemned and I don t want to close them again But when she finds herself in a life threatening situation she has no choice but to seek help from outside the Ghetto Will she be able to find a way out of her situation Can she help the people in the Ghetto Can there ever be a future for her and Sin, especially since he was responsible for her kidnapping What does she discover while in the Ghetto What secrets and cover ups will be uncovered Will she find the happiness she has been looking for This story is really original, intriguing and very well written It was a little slow to begin with, as the author set up the story Also, there was a lot of information dropped in the first few chapters that made for slow progress This had me a little worried about how this story would play out But honestly, after those first few chapters, the story really took off and swept me away on an adventure that I will never forget The author has a flair for vivid and detailed descriptions creating a world that I became completely immersed in The mood and tension of the story was masterfully created I was biting my nails and holding my breath, on the edge of my seat as I followed Sunny on her adventure.The characters were perfect all superbly written and infused with their own quirks and personalities and they all grew and developed over the course of the story I loved everything about them.The story really made me think, I found there was a lot to learn from the political and socio economic messages in the story we as a society are well on our way to finding ourselves in a similar situation in our future s.The story is told from Sunny s POV first person , it flowed smoothly and was really easy to read I loved the ending, I got the closure I needed and feel very satisfied with the way the author tied it all together.This book is one of those surprising and special finds, which will touch you and remain with you long after you close the book Thank you Ms Sparrow


  4. Angela Shirley Angela Shirley says:

    I have to say that this is not my usual genre I read but once I got into this book I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.Sunny is a young intelligent girl who has lived her whole life in the safety of her world, she has an added complication as she is the daughter of the President Sunny is a remarkable character that has survived cancer and has taught herself about technology and computers, but will a quest for a piece of equipment for her latest project change her life forever.The Ghetto is I have to say that this is not my usual genre I read but once I got into this book I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.Sunny is a young intelligent girl who has lived her whole life in the safety of her world, she has an added complication as she is the daughter of the President Sunny is a remarkable character that has survived cancer and has taught herself about technology and computers, but will a quest for a piece of equipment for her latest project change her life forever.The Ghetto is a prison like area, were only the criminals are sent to live out their days, but events happen to Sunny that has her questioning everything the government has told them.Sunny is working on one of her new projects and realises that she is a part missing, once she researches and finds that the exact part she requires is close but unfortunately it is in the Ghetto Sunny decides that the part is too valuable to her project not to try and get it so she leaves the confines of her safe home and ventures into the Ghetto to recover the part But once she arrives something happens that has her scared, she is kidnapped by the resistance.Sin is the leader of the resistance and is closed off emotionally he has to be hard after being born in the Ghetto, but something happens to him when he sees Sunny she infuriates him and they fight like cat and dog but something is there in the relationship But as the story goes on Sin slowly opens Sunny eyes to the Ghetto that not everyone is bad and that there are helpless children and innocent people who have been abandoned there Will Sin convince Sunny enough to rebel against her own father I really enjoy the refreshing nature of this book and although it was a slow burner I feel that the issue brought up in this book are valid in everyday life This is the first book I have read by this author and I will definitely look at readingI loved the strength of Sunny as a true survivor and that she although had come from a different world than the people she met in the ghetto she could relate to them and understand there pain I loved the chemistry between the two main characters and although it was a classic love hate relationship the tenderness they both show was heart warming and emotionally


  5. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Ghetto by ML Sparrow is a great book I was hooked from the first chapters, all the way through the end I kind of wish there was a seaquel to the book, so I could continue the story This is the second book I have read by this author, and she did not disappoint The book was a steady pace, and I fell in love with the characters right away While the story is set in a futuristic time, I can still relate to the things they are going through, and their feelings I highly recommend this book to an Ghetto by ML Sparrow is a great book I was hooked from the first chapters, all the way through the end I kind of wish there was a seaquel to the book, so I could continue the story This is the second book I have read by this author, and she did not disappoint The book was a steady pace, and I fell in love with the characters right away While the story is set in a futuristic time, I can still relate to the things they are going through, and their feelings I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys YA and dystopian books One of my favorites Ive read recently, and a total 5 star The book is about Sunny Beaumont, teenage daughter to the President She is an only child, and has grown up in the spotlight, as well as independently, as her father is busy and away most of the time She spends her time hacking computer systems, and taking apart and rebuilding old machines Which leads her into the predicament of this story She is trying to rebuild a typewriter, but a piece is missing She locates the part in the dump, which is located outside of town, in the Ghetto The Ghetto is full of the criminals cast out of society, and it is just as you would imagine, dirty and dangerous However, Sunny ignores all this, and breaks in, getting herself kidnapped.Sunny is taken hostage by a group of rebels, and thrown into a room in the basement of an old building At first, she is terrified, but then get to know her captors, and is curious about them Their leader is Sin He has no Brand a barcode on their arm, given at birth to every citizen , which is a crime in of itself, punishable by death She should fear her situation, but instead is taking it all in, and is shocked to see the goings on around her The Ghetto is supposed to be full of hardened criminals, yet it is full of a lot of children, women, and elderly as well Sunny begins to question everything she has ever been told, and must figure out how to help these people, which means standing up to her father


  6. Maura Maura says:

    Ghetto M L Sparrow 5 stars If you are silent about your pain, they will kill you and say you enjoyed it Zora Neale HurstonThere is so much I want to write about this book but I don t want to make this a socio economic, political rant because this isn t the forum I will only say that if we don t speak up and start being heard this story could be and may already be so true.This is the story about a time perhaps not so far in the future where the classes of the world are distinctly divi Ghetto M L Sparrow 5 stars If you are silent about your pain, they will kill you and say you enjoyed it Zora Neale HurstonThere is so much I want to write about this book but I don t want to make this a socio economic, political rant because this isn t the forum I will only say that if we don t speak up and start being heard this story could be and may already be so true.This is the story about a time perhaps not so far in the future where the classes of the world are distinctly divided The inherently rich, those employed in high ranking jobs and the rest The bad people get sent to their own city to defend for themselves and figure out how to survive.Sunny Beaumont is a girl who grew up above all of the classes Her dad is the President and with that brings untold privilege She is unaware of all the bad that goes on in the world She is very sheltered and placed upon a pedestal only to be dusted off when needed.Sin was abandoned at The Ghetto He never ever had a chance to succeed in life His lot in life was determined at birth and there was no hope for his future to be anything other than it is.I found this story to be well written, the characters are relatable and well developed It was easy to imagine the reality of this situation because it wasn t so far out in the future with flying cars, etc It is not post apocalyptic, it s just the future.I was very grateful that there is an epilogue because I feel like this book would have haunted me if I didn t have closure While I am absolutely not the targeted demographic for a young adult dystopian book, it caused me to want to take action I hope young people read this and want to take action also Even if that action is to continue their education in hopes of finding cures, or being of service in education, or being a voice for the voice less


  7. Poulami Poulami says:

    Orginally posted on Daydreaming Books Head over to my blog to read an additional author interview as well I received an ecopy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Ghetto was seriously so good The plot, the concept and the characters were pretty amazing I couldn t get enough of this world I loved this book to bits And one of my favourite blogger Raven, loved this as well, so I knew I had to read it when I was offered a review copy Sunny Grace Beaumont is the p Orginally posted on Daydreaming Books Head over to my blog to read an additional author interview as well I received an ecopy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review Ghetto was seriously so good The plot, the concept and the characters were pretty amazing I couldn t get enough of this world I loved this book to bits And one of my favourite blogger Raven, loved this as well, so I knew I had to read it when I was offered a review copy Sunny Grace Beaumont is the president s daughter who was brought up in luxury, she doesn t know much about real hardship in life She accompanies her father to meetings and speeches and stands by his side with a smiling face though she doesn t love it all the time To complete one of her self made projects, she sneaks inside the Ghetto, a place where the criminals of the city are sent to But it s the only place that has what she wants But in this process, she gets kidnapped by the rebel group where she meets Sin, the leader of the rebels Although at first she is kept there against her will, as she slowly gets to know everybody she understands the conditions of the Ghetto which is far worse than she had imagined and not everybody is guilty of a crime which kind of defeats the whole purpose of the Ghetto Now, she s determined to do something about this fact but will she be able to actually produce results or will she end up introuble for her and the people that she has actually started caring for I really loved the plot It was pretty unique and refreshing Sunny is a computer geek and she s always busy creating new things But to complete one of her projects she needed a part and her computer showed it was only available in the Ghetto, so she decided to sneak in there with her bot, Ludo But she ended up getting kidnapped by the rebels The condition of the people in the Ghetto was really miserable, not all of them were guilty of a crime And also people accused of crimes such as petty stealing to murders, were given the same punishment, i.e to live in the Ghetto which was pretty unfair Sunny started understanding the reality of the situation as she started living with these people.I loved Sunny s character Although she grew up in luxury, she was a down to earth person Though I definitely liked her character development throughout the book I loved her determination to help the people of the Ghetto at any cost Sin was a great character as well, he was the rebel leader in the Ghetto, everybody respected him But he usually was a closed off person, but that slowly changed in the company of Sunny I really liked them together, their chemistry was amazing It was pretty great to see their relationship evolve with the time span.The other characters were pretty great And I loved how Sunny formed a great bond with them as well They all kind of formed a family together I also loved the concept of All Cure, a medicine that has the power to cure every disease And Sunny had cancer, so she she had to take All Cure with in regular intervals because it kept coming back I loved how this concept was utilized at the end The last part of the book was pretty intense, I was practically running to know what happened next and I was satisfied how everything was executed.Overall, Ghetto was a great read The plot kept me interested from the beginning and the characters were pretty amazing I absolutely loved the romance between Sin and Sunny Everything was executed neatly and perfectly The writing was smooth and beautiful and the pace was even throughout the book I look forward to readworks by this author.Recommend it Absolutely


  8. Katja (Life and Other Disasters) Katja (Life and Other Disasters) says:

    I was provided with a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review When I first read the blurb for this book, I was instantly intrigued I ve read my fair share of YA Dystopians, but this one seemed to fit right in line with what I like It sounded familiar in some ways and new in so many others I was sure to give it a try And my gut feeling didn t betray me Despite the quick rundown in the summary above, we get eased into the story very nicely The world building is well done, wi I was provided with a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review When I first read the blurb for this book, I was instantly intrigued I ve read my fair share of YA Dystopians, but this one seemed to fit right in line with what I like It sounded familiar in some ways and new in so many others I was sure to give it a try And my gut feeling didn t betray me Despite the quick rundown in the summary above, we get eased into the story very nicely The world building is well done, without being too over the top or overly complicated, which I can definitely appreciate.Sunny, the main character, is good girl with a rebellious streak She is smart and talented, but you instantly know that she is in trouble and definitely out of depth when she enters the Ghetto From this point on things change fairly quickly You realise that the system isn t working and that a lot of people have innocently been convicted It is nearly impossible not to feel for the people of the Ghetto and their terrible fate and Sunny soon turns from captive to accomplice.That was the most fun for me to read really There is this slow part where she realises she doesn t feel trapped any, that she enjoys the company of some of the people and at one point even that she doesn t want to leave any It s the same thing that makes the romance so charming She seriously considers her developing feelings being some sort of Stockholm Syndrome at first and it s so adorable and funny to see her relationship with Sin, as well as with his men and Maya, develop All those characters, they just grow on you so fast Sin especially didn t really seem like a person who could warm my heart in the beginning, but theI found out about him, theI liked him.There are a couple twists and turns I didn t see coming and the final pages were gripping, because I had no idea how everything could be resolved Ghetto is one of the books where I am grateful to have gotten a happy ending though Especially with dystopians where the whole system is corrupt, I often wonder if something could realistically be changed in the following years and we thankfully become a great conclusion to that question of mine.Ultimately, I don t really have anything to complain here The only thing I sometimes could have done without was the slang spoken in the Ghetto, but that s just me not being a native English speaker and sometimes feeling like it disrupts my reading because I definitely know that a differentiated slang from the city to the Ghetto is a sign of great world building.Fazit 4 5 stars A thrilling read that will make you want to change all the injustice in the world.This review was first published on Life and Other Disasters


  9. Liz Liz says:

    Most people aren t cruel, just blind All we need to do is open their eyes Firstly, I must say I rarely read young adult and dystopian sci fi books However, the synopsis for this book had me dying to read it and I am so happy I stepped outside the box with this read and with how the story touched me This book is a scary glimpse into a future that is not so far from what will eventually be a reality for our world if we don t all step up and learn to love one another without prejudice M.L Sp Most people aren t cruel, just blind All we need to do is open their eyes Firstly, I must say I rarely read young adult and dystopian sci fi books However, the synopsis for this book had me dying to read it and I am so happy I stepped outside the box with this read and with how the story touched me This book is a scary glimpse into a future that is not so far from what will eventually be a reality for our world if we don t all step up and learn to love one another without prejudice M.L Sparrow brought the some of the hardest social and economic issues to the forefront with a beautiful and very well written romance.The book is told from the main character s, Sunny Beaumont, point of view Sunny is the president s daughter and a main tactic that he uses to get his elections won each time A Sunny smile wins the election President Beaumont wins another election, in no small part thanks to the charm of his beautiful daughter, Sunny, and her contagious smile Sunny lives a life of solitude aside from her robot, Ludo, and her stylist, Micah She exists because she is the perfect sidekick for her father All I had done, all I had ever done was smile politely at his side as he gave his speeches or attended the required functions Sunny has a recurring cancer I suffered from reoccurring acute myeloid leukemia, which was okay now that a tiny dose of All Cure could get rid of it every time it reared its ugly head, but I couldn t help but think that the fact the disease kept coming back was a sign that I wasn t meant to keep surviving it What if like my mom, I was destine to die early Sunny is also well aware of the society that she lives in and the social classes that separate her and so many others from each class There are three classes, first, second and third First Class were the elites, the families who came from money nobody became an elite, they had to be born into it and marriage with anyone outside of that class was practically unheard of The second class worked for their wealth, they were the lawyers, doctors, and scientists their lifestyle only a step down from that of their superiors And the vast third class were the common, low paid laborers, the unskilled workers who lived paycheck to paycheck, hand to mouth Finally, there were the Ghetto Folk, as they were widely known the people who had been cast out of the system because they were criminal They lived in a gated community where they could be closely monitored, but in large they were left up to their own devices as long as they stayed within their assigned area, which was just outside the city, surrounded on three sides by a man made lake and a high electric fence on the fourth The social classes are not the only thing that sets this futuristic world apart from us, well a small part of it is very much evident in our current lives, just not to the extent In this day and age of skyscrapers and advanced technology, everyone was Branded at birth It wasn t archaic as it sounded, it wasn t done with fire and metal it waslike a tattoo, done with a laser and using a special ink that had been developed so that it grew as the person did The branding not only replaces identification cards, but the has become the only means of currency as well Even though Sunny has been raised in this society she does question the true significance of the Branded The computer geek in me marvels at how a person can be reduced to nothingthan a series of numbers on a screen But knowledge is power, right It is the computer geek in her that leads her to venture into the dangerous area of The Ghetto She is looking for a part to fix a keyboard She is kidnapped by the leader of The Ghetto, Sin, and his followers, and friends Her reaction is surprisingly not that of fear so much as she begins to see with her own eyes how these outcasts and criminals are forced to live She actually begins to make friends with Maya and Kit, something that is very foreign to her, but she knows is something that she wants The kidnapping actually becomes an escape from a reality that she didn t know she wasn t really made to belong in I don t really know what I want but I know that I definitely don t want to return to the meaning less existence I led before Back then I had simply done what I was told for the most part, without examining what I thought, or gathering the facts I don t want to live like that any My eyes have been opened but the people I had once condemned and I don t want to close them again She doesn t want to leave her friends, and she really doesn t want to leave Sin and the blossoming romance that is developing between them Can she really get the rest of the classes to see that how they are living is wrong that what they have been taught is not right I would recommend this book to anyone one and everyone I actually feel that the story is so powerful that students would benefit from reading this book as an eye opener and as a what not to do type thing I would also give this book 10 stars if I could So, even if you wouldn t normally choose this genera, it s well worth a try


  10. Bobbi Wagner Bobbi Wagner says:

    Ghetto by ML Sparrow is a Young Adult story that is futuristic where classes are divided This author has created a story that has a ton of twists and turns that keep this story flowing You will enjoy how the author created characters that are easily relate able and how well they connect with each other This story was a little bit slow starting but once it took off, it will pull you into a divided world This story has good, evil, make you angry in parts and will pull at your heart strings in Ghetto by ML Sparrow is a Young Adult story that is futuristic where classes are divided This author has created a story that has a ton of twists and turns that keep this story flowing You will enjoy how the author created characters that are easily relate able and how well they connect with each other This story was a little bit slow starting but once it took off, it will pull you into a divided world This story has good, evil, make you angry in parts and will pull at your heart strings in other parts Find out what happens to these characters as they go on a political journey of right and wrong.Sunny Beaumont is a young girl who is an only child, a computer geek and a cancer survivor Her life is a little different as she is the daughter of the President She is a bit adventurous and out spoken What will happen when she sneaks out one night to the Ghetto She has been told the at the Ghetto is full of criminals that live there until the end of their life What will happen when she is captured Are her captives as bad as what she thinks Who are these people here This is where she meets Sin who is a rebel leader Will they make a connection Will he show her there isto the Ghetto then what meets the eye Sin, is good looking teenager that has been living in the Ghetto since he was born Will he show Sunny how things really are in the Ghetto Will he show her that it is possible that she has been lied to her whole life about the Ghetto What will happen to all the innocent and helpless children living in the Ghetto Will she try to save them Together will these two challenge the government Will she turn against her own father Sunny is a strong character in this story as she has been living a pampered life until that one night The way she grows throughout the story is so awesome because you can really see her changes She really does just make this story Of course, you always have to have the hot guy in a story and that would be Sin He wants everyone to think he is so tough but really I think that there is a soft spot in him that he shows when no one is looking Find out what happens to these two as they fight for the Ghetto and those that shouldn t be there.One thing that I love about this author is that I know when I pick up a ML Sparrow book, it will be different and unique I can t wait to see what she will create next ML writes pretty much anything that comes into her head She loves how she can keep her readers on their feet but changing up the genres that she writes, you never know what she might write next She also loves to travels and has been to other counties This was a story that I couldn t put down once I really got pulled in This story will take you on a roller coaster of emotions and on a journey that will show you two different worlds I highly suggest this story as I know you will enjoy reading it as much as I did


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