From New York Times bestselling author Wahida Clark, comes the final installment in the Official Queen of Street Literature's unrivaled Payback series.
Someone wants every member of the consortium dead and they’ll stop at nothing to make that happen. Meanwhile Shan has transferred back into Redbone and has taken it to a whole new level. Nick suspects Shan is still in love with Briggen even though she is with him. Janay has turned over a new lease on life but her ties to Crystal are always a challenge. Everyone is gunning for Dark and with The List in the hands of Cisco’s wife, Joy, Dark’s chances of taking over Detroit are threatened more than ever before. Everyone is fueled by fire and seeking Blood, Sweat and Payback.
Ok book, HATING BOTH STORYLINES OF THUG SERIES
I thought the book was ok. Shaun still went to far again. I'm only waiting to see the next book to see what happens to Janay. My main point for writing this review was how much I dislike both versions of where the thug series is going especially the 1st version. It seems like the women in her books no longer understand hoe their actions helped get the situations to the horrible point in life. Jazz, if she hadn't had a hand in putting that hit on ONI, they wouldn't had to move back to New Jersey. Kyra mind still gone, she can't blame Tre for how her life turned out. Tasha shouldn't have lied about the DNA text. Only women I feel sorry for is Angel. Please Ms. Clark allow these women to have some self responsibility in these books.
Too many characters
Once again.. she has way too many characters. She adds alot of irrelevance. She adds people for no reason. It took me so long to remember who was who. Also.. I can’t stand Shan and how she is always winning in her books even though she is the worst character in the book. She wants to give her boss vibes so bad but Shan is just such a scandalous wannabe. The book should’ve had a better ending.
Full of paybacks and get backs which kept you interested and intrigued however, character content was plentiful to the point where you had to flip back pages to remember who is who and how they were connected.