The Banks brothers were four of the hottest, young bachelors in the city. Known for getting money and their ways with the ladies. Every woman wanted one of them, because of the money and Power that came with being involved with a Banks boy but none were really lucky enough. Imere, was an all-around ladies' man, and wouldn't even attempt to have a serious relationship. Jamere on the other hand wasn't a womanizer, but he didn't trust females as far as he could throw them. Zaelyn, was just as bad as Imere, but when it came to the streets he was as savage as they came. What happens when the Banks boys get caught up with the right or wrong woman? Nikeyia, Denisha, Jariyah and Rashidah were every hood niggas dream. They were fine as hell and always about a check. Nikeyia was an ex-kingpin's daughter and didn't need a man for anything. Denisha was struggling with starting over after escaping the abuse of her ex-boyfriend. Jariyah gave up on love a long time ago and was only focused on her business. Rashidah was the one doing whatever needed to be done to keep her lights on. She dealt with all type's; from the lowest level, corner boys to some of the most known ballers. Each of these women had their own things going on but nothing could have prepared them for what life would be like once their paths crossed with the Banks boys.
The 1, 2, 3s of adulthood differ ever so slightly from the popular grade-school primers of yesteryear inside Ross and Kathryn Petras' 1, 2, Can't Reach My Shoe. This clever counting book for the middle-aged (which the United States Census Bureau defines as age 35 and above) is perfect for readers of a certain vintage who intend to grow old gracefully - and with a sense of humour. For example: Number 3: When they were first going out in their twenties, Thaddeus and Theresa used to have sex THREE times each day. Now that they are middle-aged, they still have sex THREE times. A year.
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