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An Ace and Walid Very, Very Bad Christmas
The Cartel Publications Presents (War Series, Book 10)
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Durée : 3 h et 52 min
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Something is wrong with Ace Wales. After being separated from his twin brother Walid, he is forced to live with his oldest brother Spacey, who does not think his malicious actions are cute or adorable at all. Keeping him in line, Spacey also comes to terms with his marriage falling apart. While also caring for his morbidly obese wife and young son, he finds himself in over his head. It does not help that Ace has grown obsessed with getting a bow and arrow for Christmas. After a near-death experience in the family, Mason summons the entire gang to the estate on Christmas Eve.
After searching for more than a year for his twins, Ace and Walid, Mason was alerted to a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood. His world is rocked when he not only finds his sons, but also his best friend, Banks Wales, whom he assumed was dead. There is one major problem: Banks has changed. Suffering from extreme memory loss after a botched brain surgery, Banks is transformed into a beautiful woman, courtesy of his grandmother Gina Petit.
After suffering a massive headache, Banks undergoes surgery to remove the tumor threatening to take his life. Leaving his family to deal with the many enemies surrounding the Wales and Louisville’s, alone. Suddenly the war that plagued the two clans for decades appears irrelevant. As more sinister plans work hard in the background to provide them no relief. One thing is certain, life as they know it will never be the same.
After dealing with multiple deaths, Banks and Jersey are grateful to welcome new life with the birth of their twins Ace and Walid. But when their secret comes out, Mason destroys their plans of happily ever after by giving his old friend an ultimatum. Once a decision is made, his answer has a far more painful result. After the loss of their loved ones, the other Wales and Louisville members do their best to adapt and find their identities. In the process, their reaching and grabbing for attention rub each other the wrong way, resulting in a decision with horrible consequences.
Although Banks left Wales Island, he didn’t return the same. Tiring of being Mr. Responsible, he embraces the persona of the bad guy with extreme ease. Unfortunately for him, now that he’s back in America, he brought with him an unwanted connection with a mysterious Latin kingpin.
Banks Wales can’t catch a break. After losing his son in a failed prison escape scheme, Banks is immediately forced to deal with the stowaways on his plane - Mason and his family. Forced to take them to his private island, he is immediately greeted by Whoyawanmetabe, the mystery man who did odd jobs for him back in America.
Infatuated with the legend of Farah Cotton, told through handwritten books by the late Mooney, Cutie Tudy is determined to find out if Farah really exists. Her search leads her to The Fold during a violent and volatile time. Now on the compound, she is not able to un-see what she discovers and is taken in as a permanent guest. Farah Cotton is miserable and is forced in a relationship with the co-leader of The Fold, Bones, while hiding the feelings that she has for her true love, Slade Baker.
The secret is out and the world knows that Farah Cotton was responsible for killing her soul mate's brother. In fear for her life, she must remain off the streets of DC or suffer an evil fate. Luckily Slade, who vows to avenge Knox's death, is tucked away in a cell, although his imprisonment does nothing for her broken heart. Desperate for protection, Farah, Mia, and Shadow take solace with Bones, 2nd in command of The Fold, a group of modern day vampires. When her blood craving increases, she makes risky moves to quench her thirst.
New strippers! More problems! After Poe gifts Skeezers to Levine out of guilt she quickly learns that running a business and sliding down a pole are polar opposites. When she becomes financially in over her head, and at risk of losing the club, she turns to the one man everybody with financial trouble does, dope man, Jameson Killer Floyd. Unable to repay her debt she makes him partner and he quickly muscles his way into the operation. Stripper Cupid Sampson is in love. She will do anything for her man, even if he does not belong to her.
Mystro Mason longs for a family, complete with a beautiful wife, but she has a problem with falling in love with the wrong women. When Mystro meets Church, it is love at first sight in her eyes. But, everything that looks good is not always good for you.
After Kerrick Khumalo's wife is murdered in their home, he migrates from Africa to America for better opportunities. But his thick accent and dark skin makes him unaccepted. Unable to find legal employment, he discovers that the drug trade can be a lucrative business for the man who is willing to do anything, including kill. Self-possessed, he quickly rises to the top and becomes the most fearful man in Baltimore.
After years of plotting, Mason Louisville finally has what he always wanted. Upon selling Blaire Petit into believing that she was his wife post her brain injury, he expects things to be smooth. But the more Blaire becomes accustomed to their lives together, the more she starts to feel like something is wrong.
After a tragic accident, Spyrella Combs' dream of being a dancer is thwarted. In a web of depression, food becomes her sanctuary and she finds herself playing maid to her physically fit cousins. But not for long. A successful stripper, Carlita Fields is being forced to choose between her man who prefers his women submissive and her over bearing cousin Monique who believes blood is thicker than wet kisses.Monique Redfield is the headliner at Club Skeezers and the self-professed boss over her cousins, Spyrella and Carlita.
After being the victims of a hate crime at their high school in rural North Carolina, cousins Joe and Luke Pell move to Baltimore to live with their drunk but loving aunt Stacy. Almost losing them to death, Stacy fears for her nephews' lives, believing society is not as easy on gays as perceived. Due to their highly feminine mannerisms, Stacy suggests that her nephews transition into Joanne and Lolita in secret. With their delicate faces and petite bodies, the teenagers are as beautiful as dolls.