Gunz and Roses

Gunz and Roses
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ISBN10: 
1601621566
ISBN13: 
9781601621566
Pages: 
305
Published: 
September 1st 2009 by Urban Books
Rating: 
4.5

Urban fiction diva Keisha Ervin is back with Gunz and Roses, her latest story of street love.
Time stands still as up and coming fashion editor Gray Rose watches the man of her dreams walk into the club.
The last thing St. Louis kingpin Gunz Marciano wants is to become attached to one woman until he spots Gray.

After one night of erotic passion, Gunz and Gray embark on a tumultuous journey. When their obsessive love becomes too much and Gunz wants out, Gray is ready to let him go. Then she learns the identity of his new woman, and things get complicated.
Gunz and Roses is a sensational, passionate drama filled with an intense mix of suspense, lies, and murder.

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