Mama, I’m In Love With a Gangsta

Joy

Ida Belle (Narrator)

12-19-17

9hrs 40min

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Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Urban

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12-19-17

9hrs 40min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Urban

Description

Baby Girl McCoy was given her name when her mother couldn’t even be bothered to give her another one in the hospital after she gave birth. Baby Girl was the product of rape, and she spends her life in a quest for a father figure. Never in a million years did she imagine that she’d find it in the man that she does.

With a good head on her shoulders and a forgiving heart, Harlem Lee Jones discovers that some things in life must still be accounted for. She may have allowed her heart to find its way to God, but the devil is surely lurking close behind. Has she really left her mean-street ways behind her?

These two dramatic stories filled with pain, heartache, and ghetto love, remind listeners that you can take the girl away from the ghetto, but she’ll always manage to find her way back.

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Language English
Release Day Dec 18, 2017
Release Date December 19, 2017
Release Date Machine 1513641600
Imprint Urban Audiobooks
Provider Urban Audiobooks
Categories New in Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, African American, Urban
Author Bio
Joy

Joy is the pen name for bestselling author Joylynn M. Jossel, a multigenre writer who now focuses on Christian fiction, children’s stories, and young adult humor. Her first published title (under the name N. Joy) is a children’s book, The Secret Olivia Told Me (Awarded the American Library Association Coretta Scott King Honor). Joylynn Jossel is the executive editor of Urban Christian, an imprint of Urban Books, LLC. This author currently resides in the Midwest with her husband, two sons, and two daughters.

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Overview

Baby Girl McCoy was given her name when her mother couldn’t even be bothered to give her another one in the hospital after she gave birth. Baby Girl was the product of rape, and she spends her life in a quest for a father figure. Never in a million years did she imagine that she’d find it in the man that she does.

With a good head on her shoulders and a forgiving heart, Harlem Lee Jones discovers that some things in life must still be accounted for. She may have allowed her heart to find its way to God, but the devil is surely lurking close behind. Has she really left her mean-street ways behind her?

These two dramatic stories filled with pain, heartache, and ghetto love, remind listeners that you can take the girl away from the ghetto, but she’ll always manage to find her way back.

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