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Chi-Town Bosses & the Women That Love'em
Chi-Town Bosses & The Women That Love 'Em: The Box Set is hands down one of the best African American Urban Fiction series. It’s now available here in the entire SUPER BOXSET 1-4. In this four-book series, you’ll take an unforgettable ride with the nationally bestselling and award-winning author Anna Black. Her writing is very clever, and this story is unputdownable.
**Warning** This is not your typical Urban romance, dope boy, thug love, or kingpin savage book.
Gabrielle (Gabby) Jackson meets her fiancé Mario Tillman around the age of fifteen. When he moves into her neighborhood, they quickly become an item. When he enlists in the United States Army, Gabby leaves everything behind to join him in Fort Hood, Texas. Five years after she moves in, he finally proposes. Gabby later learns that Mario is sleeping with other women; however, getting the news that one of his side chicks is pregnant was too much and she finally throws in the towel. After ten years of lies, cheating and no wedding date, she decides to head back to Chicago. She needed to get over Mario and have a fresh new start.
Club owner, Gabriel (Gutta) Wilkerson is a true bachelor, and he loves the life he is living. Although he has a steady woman in his life named Trina Nichols, things are nothing more than physical for him. When he lays eyes on Gabby one night at his club Passion’s, he doesn’t deny the instant attraction that he had for her. He quickly pulled the plug on his lover Trina. It was a breeze.
He knew marriage, and kids were in the cards for him. But he just didn’t know the desires to make that happen, would come sooner than later because from the night he met Gabby, he knew she was the one. But is she ready for what he has to offer, or will she let her past relationship with Mario dictate her future? Will Trina walk away as easy as Gutta predicts, or will she fight for what she believes belongs to her?
They say loves always wins, but will that be the case for Gutta & Gabby?