A GANGSTERS KISS BOOK 2

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The Gangster's Kiss Book 2. A parallel story of Sealed With A Kiss. Kurt and Yumi's story. After all the challenges they faced, here comes another chapter in t.. . it all started with an accidental call. then followed by an accidental kiss.. then suddenly you're now an accidental girlfriend of this hot gangster. woah! A s The Gangster's Kiss Book 2. A parallel story of The Gangster's Vow. Kyle's Story. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Ginger Ring is an award winning author with a weakness The Gangster's Woman (Love is a Dangerous Thing Book 2).

Few knew he was on his own and fewer still that he was eking a living by, among other things, working in a pizza parlor. Tupac, however, now had no one to camouflage reality.

They used to dis me. He scrimped by with odd jobs, chased girls, wrote poetry, and suggested that his friends get high smoking his ashes after he died. But rap was the real turn-on.

He was only listening to the music in his head. They happened on each other in a park one afternoon not far from where Leila, an accomplished singer and dancer, was giving workshops on using music to build self-esteem.

It really moves well. And Tupac begins reciting quotations from memory. Eight months slipped by, however, with no gigs. Soon he was dancing, then commanding the mike.

Something went wrong with the sound system and Atron had to restrain him from slugging one of the equipment men. It was like that all the time. As Shock snuggled with his date, he heard Tupac whispering a few rows up. I almost laughed. What does Pac know about Terms of Endearment?

Points came from playing the hard guy who talked trash to state troopers. The trick was getting it released. The problem, as he saw it, was D. Gangsta was the fashion now, and L. By , everyone was there: Dr. Be real Niggaz, called the voices as the ominously slow, deep beat boomed from cruising car stereos. Fuck tha police. Gangsta sold—to the pinkest of Caucasians as well as blacks. Leila wanted no part of it, and, cautioning Pac to watch his back, turned over his management to Atron.

They were still scrounging for a record deal when Money-B came to town to audition for the lead in a movie called Juice. Tupac tagged along.

The part Money tested for was Bishop, an icy-souled punk who kills his best friends to cover up his crimes. On wrap day Moritz took Tupac aside to congratulate him for his performance, and tease him about spending so much of his scale wages on gold jewelry. I never worked with anyone who could write so many great songs so quickly. Just handed over a pen and held iron pipes to his head till he signed.

Knight denies the charges; the suit was eventually thrown out. Or the night he reportedly threatened to throw Vanilla Ice off a 15th-floor hotel balcony.

Or the day Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson visited his office and found an assistant mopping up a pool of blood. Since then, Suge had brought Interscope millions. His gang pals, the Bloods, were making sure of that, dropping by mom-and-pop stores and South Central dances with Death Row releases and little hints.

And, wonders, the records would spin. Pac took the cash, but, loyal to Atron and Whalley, declined the Death Row invite. A seed, however, was planted. The money, in any case, soon vanished. The next day he bought another, and, when a friend admired it, Tupac gave it to him.

He did hold on to an Oakland apartment, only Tupac kept forgetting his keys. He handled that by punching in windows, so many that after a couple of weeks his pad had the tightness of a colander.

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The news, though, was always filtered through a drug haze. Their destination, it turned out, was a rehab clinic. Saved my life. Being real. The first incident occurred in Oakland shortly after the release of 2Pacalypse. Ticketed for jaywalking, Tupac mouthed off, and wound up bloody in a jail cell. When Tupac arrived, at the wheel of a new Jeep, children squealed for autographs.

But then the glowering older boys came up. As fists tore at Tupac, a pistol in his belt clattered onto the road. Someone picked it up, and a shot rang out. Leila told him he was being foolish. He was No, Pac told her, only calculating skin color and statistics. His tattoos seemed to invite violence.

One showed a panther about to strike; another, an AK But it was the three-inch letters he had cut across his stomach that said it all. The public saw only his press clips. He got another seven months following the Marin shooting when cops found marijuana and a gun on him in the aftermath of a brawl with a Hollywood limo driver.

Three weeks later, he was in the headlines again for taking a swing at a rapper with a baseball bat during a concert in Lansing, Michigan. He was still appealing the day sentence on that charge, when in October there was more trouble. Pulling into his Atlanta hotel after a show, Tupac spotted two whites harassing a black man. As he started to intervene, one of the whites—brothers who were also off-duty police officers—drew a pistol.

Tupac whipped out his own gun and got off three quick shots, wounding both men. His movie was out and it was doing fine at the box office. His second album, Strictly 4 My N. Sensuously, she swayed him to a dark corner. Tupac felt her hands go inside his shirt, then unzip his fly. In a moment, she was sucking him. The next day, the young woman left a message, complimenting Tupac on his prowess.

Pac was exhausted when she turned up. There were two versions of what happened next. According to Tupac, he knew where things were going, but, uninterested in participating, got up and went into another suite to talk to his publicist; there, he fell asleep on a couch. According to the young woman, she was repeatedly raped and sodomized by Tupac and his crew.

Whatever occurred, the episode ended with Tupac in handcuffs. John Singleton was forced to drop him from Higher Learning, after getting a veto from Columbia. The romance is mature and sweet, I love how they don't do anything until later in the book.

I love the joy from reading the characters and felt the book was very well written. Sep 11, Cynthia rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the first time I have read anything by this author it will not be the last.

For me the book started a little slow it didn't take long before the author pulled me in as the author takes you on the twist and turns of who was in the gang and who was on what side. She gives a wonderful plot of a family who loves each other but has many secrets that each do not know about. Are these secrets worth killing you bet. Grace is a wonderful character who is trying to find her way still in a world wh This is the first time I have read anything by this author it will not be the last.

Grace is a wonderful character who is trying to find her way still in a world where women do not have much to call their own depending on the men in their lives. She takes off getting herself into a mess, she runs home only to find the father she loves dies, her brother hires a man to take care of her to keep her from harm.

She can feel eyes watching her do they know what she saw and will they come to kill her? Before it is said and done she will find out more than she wants and will lose even more.

Grace brings a lot to the story trying to find a way out and live a happy life. She is childlike in many ways but that is due to her family protecting her. It was nice to see her grow up and take control getting the job done when need be.

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John is just a lost soul trying to find his sister and seem to get his self in the middle of everything. One man said I will help you and gets him running moonshine, which puts him at the death of Graces father. Does he go on or does he help? Mom always said kindness will get you in trouble. This time it got him guarding the sheriffs sister who is in a mess of trouble which will only lead to more trouble. He really needs to stop doing the right thing and worry about finding his sister.

How much does the sister know and is she in on the gang related issues or is she as innocent as she seems. He sure is having a hard time keeping his hands to his self The author gives a delightful at times funny with a wonderful plot that will keep you guessing until the end. She gives you a touching romance with wonderful characters even those you aren't suppose to like you hold in top regard, that is all but one.

She gives a nice build up to the romance as she brings the character in for action not only in the bedroom but trying to keep one step ahead of those out to kill them. Nothing is as it seems you must look deeper if you want to work out the who and why.

The characters are ones you can relate to some are very town to earth others think highly of themselves. The ending is sad but happy as she turns the page to lead into the next book. This is not cliffhanger the next book will lead into finding his sister, it sounds like a wonderful read as this one is.

I am so looking forward to reading it. I think this book has a little of something for everyone. If you are into gangsters you sure do not want to miss this one. If not you might want to think about giving this a read you might find you will enjoy it.

Jun 21, Gladys Gonzales Atwell rated it it was amazing Shelves: She did her research and captured the period and the way the people spoke and dressed perfectly. John O'Malley is easy going, polite and respectful.

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He is just an immigrant Irishman who is looking for his missing sister. Yet, he is always just missing her. Well on the way home one night from looking around, he saves a man from a beating from the hands of thugs and takes him home to hide away. As a thank you, the guy helps him with a job and John finds himself in the underbelly of crime and corruption in a town where the sheriff is taking bribes himself. The biggest trouble is the job is pretty tricky!!

Grace is the sheriff's sister AND the new person he is supposed to "babysit". Something is amiss and John knows it. To his sister or to the one woman he is falling in love with.

Either way both are intertwined within the crime syndication. Oh entertainment!!! I thoroughly enjoyed it!! I loved the intrigue and the romance and John's loyalty to his sister. Ginger, I tip my Nerd Girl hat to you again and give you 5 stars!!! For More information regarding our review process please visit our blog at www.

Sep 10, Charlotte Lynn rated it really liked it. I love historical stories, but gangster books are not always my thing. I started the book, read the book in less than 24 hours, and could not stop thinking about it. Writing this review I can still recall everything I love about the book and am trying to figure out how to share just enough with you, without giving away too much. The characters of John and Grace were perfect. I could easily relate to them and their story was so real.

I could feel the attraction between them, but I could also feel their reluctance to explore each other. They knew that what they ultimately wanted could be put on the back burner if they got involved with each other and finally figured out how to work together to get their goals accomplished. While he should have been an upstanding citizen, he definitely was not. It scared me that his lifestyle was a reflection on Grace.

The people he dealt with are not good people and I was sure they would do whatever they needed to to get the results they wanted. He did what he could to keep his sister safe, doing the best he could to keep her out of his lifestyle.

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I have quickly become a fan of Ginger Ring. Do not wait. Go get this book now. You will not be sorry. Apr 21, Colleen B rated it really liked it. For me, there's just something automatically romantic about the era of gangsters, prohibition, speakeasies, and flappers. In ways it was a more innocent time There was a different danger. John and Grace don't really fit the gangster world John is all about helping people in need, no matter the danger to himself, or the legality of his a For me, there's just something automatically romantic about the era of gangsters, prohibition, speakeasies, and flappers.

John is all about helping people in need, no matter the danger to himself, or the legality of his actions. A damsel in distress is his weakness although he's just as quick to offer any man or woman. He would never consider himself a hero He was sometimes selfless to a fault. I loved being in Grace's head sometimes. I can only imagine what a struggle it was to be a "good girl" in a time of such change.

Add in the fact that her brother is a corrupt sheriff, and her father's dealings as a judge are questionable I'd want to run away too. The teasing and back and forth banter between John and Grace was fun to read. I loved that both of them would be so flirty The way they went round and round built up the romantic tension in a really sweet way.

I love some of the character twists. There were definitely some unexpected turn-arounds. Apr 14, Patricia rated it it was amazing. This book has such a realistic feel that I felt like I had stepped back in time. I love reading about the "Roaring 20's" and this book was no exception. The characters are very believable and well written. They developed so clearly in my mind as I read along that I could close my eyes and picture what was happening. John and Grace are such a perfectly unsuited couple that somehow fit together.

They come from different places in the world but belong together. Life may not always be easy, but they learn how to work together to get what they want. The era of gangsters and the speakeasies during Prohibition, the Roaring 20's are so vivid and Ms. Ring writes so fluently of a time gone by that it's apparent she has spent a lot of time researching to get it right! There is a book filled with action, trouble and it moves along very quickly.

I'm looking forward to reading more in the Love is a Dangerous Thing Trilogy. The Gangster's Kiss by Ginger Ring is a marvelous book. Once you pick it up, you won't want to put it down! Apr 19, Lauren rated it it was amazing. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is seriously one of the funnest historical fiction books I have read. It has a bit of everything: From start to finish I was hooked.

I think one of the best aspects of this story are all of the small characters that enter the story during this adventure - whether it is just a bartender or a prostitute. Each character has some kind of spark about them. Grace and John w I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The photographs include one of their bullet splayed car, their bodies on the gurney after each being struck by 50 bullets and the corpses being paraded through town, the arresting officers and a previously undeveloped picture of the couple smooching. Also in the collection is a copy of Clyde's criminal record detailing robberies and murder his fingerprints, and the warning: 'this man is very dangerous and extreme care should be taken when arresting him'.

Several of the images now hang in the home of Thomas Yurkin, 55, from Dallas, Texas, who downloadd them after developing an interest in the incredible snapshots of history. Here are the officers and marksman who apprehended Bonnie and Clyde after they were sold out for a bounty Thomas, a creative director, said: Thomas said: 'I see them as historical photographs, I am their owner and custodian, they are an important part of American, Texas and local Dallas history.

He was captured shortly after his escape and after his release two years later, the crime spree would then begin with gang members W. The pair's love story was adapted into an eponymously named film in but a world away from the fiction the unseen images keep their legend alive.

Thomas said: 'It explains the whole public enemy era, a little bit of their love story and that there were a lot of victims, as well as delving into what was happening during the depression era. They were killed by a second hail of automatic rifle and shotgun rounds, fired at their Ford V8 sedan. But the true story of Bonnie and Clyde is very different from the Hollywood fantasy.

And as two books revealed, it is even more extraordinary.

Their deaths were certainly violent in the extreme. On the day of their demise, Clyde Barrow, who was just 25, was driving along in his socks, while Bonnie was eating a sandwich in the passenger seat. Near Gibsland, they stopped to greet the father of one of their gang members - but it was a trap.

A six-man posse of Texas and Louisiana troopers was waiting in ambush and opened fire. No warnings were issued and the couple were given no opportunity to surrender. Clyde died instantly - the first shot took off the top of his head. But Bonnie was only wounded and began screaming - a scream so terrible that their principal pursuer, former Texas Ranger Frank Hamer, fired two more shots into the defenceless year old at close range.

The pair had become notorious after two years on the run and the crime scene quickly descended into a bizarre circus. Three of the posse left to collect the local coroner - but the remaining three allowed souvenir-hunters to swarm over the car.

Bonnie Parker holds a shotgun to the midriff of Clyde Barrow, pictured in One man tried to cut off Clyde's finger with a pocket knife; another attempted to cut off his left ear.

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Blood-stained pieces of Bonnie's dress were removed, as were locks of her hair. When coroner J.

Wade arrived, he recalled: 'Nearly everyone had begun collecting souvenirs, such as shell casings and slivers of glass from the shattered car windows. But the freak show didn't end there. After the four-door saloon had been towed back to the Conger Furniture Store and Funeral Parlour in Arcadia, and the bodies laid out for examination, the coroner allowed sightseers to view the remains.

Within 12 hours, the town's population had ballooned from just 2, to an estimated 12,, with spectators travelling across the state to see the grisly remains of Bonnie and Clyde - and the price of beer in local bars doubled in price as a result. But it wasn't just the public who were fascinated by the death of thesetwo outlaws. The lawmen who shot them also wanted their piece ofhistory.

Hamer and his men took the arsenal of machine guns, rifles and pistols they found in the car, as well as the 15 false number plates that Clyde used to confuse his pursuers. All were later sold as souvenirs.

Bonnie Parker's clothes and saxophone, which had also been in the Ford, were taken by the lawmen, too. When her family asked for them to be returned, their request was refused.

They, too, were sold as souvenirs. Even the 'Death Car', as it was known, became the subject of a bitter battle. Stanley, who called himself 'The Crime Doctor'.They then demand that Gene take a revolver and assassinate a local political figure within the next 90 minutes or face the brutal execution of his child. Not one to be lost for words, she struggled to find her next one.

Publishing a book has been a lifelong dream of hers and she is excited to share her romantic stories with you. Think of yourself in the future looking back. Rating details. All the clues of her disappearance lead to Hayward County, Wisconsin and the crooks and questionable sheriff that reside there.

Welcome back. Hiring a gangster named John to watch her is the final straw. She had to look up to see his face.

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