In the world of street-smart women, there's a saying that if you come from my part of town, you're from "around the way." And let me tell you, Around the Way Girls 3 is a wild ride through the lives of some truly underestimated women who are about to face the lessons of a lifetime.
Let's start with Sugar and Candy Cane, two twenty-four-year-old identical twins who are far from the sweet names they bear. These ladies are trouble squared, and everyone in their neighborhood knows it. But when chaos erupts, it becomes abundantly clear that they will always have each other's backs, no matter what.
Then we have Tamara and Tamia, the daring daughters of the infamous gangster Timmy Barnes. With their father's legacy looming over them, it was only natural for them to follow in his footsteps. However, their pursuit of the glamorous fast life unravels a shocking family secret that threatens to tear their lives apart.
Lastly, we meet Paris and Porsha McCain, twin sisters who are on a mission for vengeance. After their sister, Alex, is found brutally beaten and dead on the unforgiving streets of South Central LA, waiting for justice is simply not an option. Determined to take matters into their own hands, Paris and Porsha embark on a dangerous journey to seek their own kind of retribution.
Prepare yourself for a gripping tale of sisterhood, secrets, and the pursuit of justice. With a cast of complex characters and a plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat, Around the Way Girls 3, narrated by the incredible Honey Jones, is a rollercoaster of emotions capable of captivating any listener.
With an audiobook rating of 2.7 out of 5, Around the Way Girls 3 may not be everyone's cup of tea. However, if you're in the mood for an 11-hour and 18-minute thrill ride that delves into the lives of fascinating women, this audiobook is certainly worth a listen. So sit back, relax, and let Honey Jones whisk you away into a world where toughness intersects with vulnerability, where family ties are both a blessing and a curse, and where justice takes on surprising forms.