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Indigo & Teflon: Fallin' For The King of Detroit


by: Miss Candice

 : Indigo & Teflon: Fallin' For The King of Detroit

Binding: Kindle Edition
Format: Kindle eBook
Label: Miss Candice Presents | MCP
Languages: EnglishPublished
Manufacturer: Miss Candice Presents | MCP
Number Of Pages: 121
Publication Date: May 23, 2018
Publisher: Miss Candice Presents | MCP
Release Date: May 23, 2018
Studio: Miss Candice Presents | MCP

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Since a young boy, Thaddeus "Teflon" Hayes had been infatuated with the drug game. Despite the loving two parent home he grew up in, there was something about the money, power, & respect that came with the title "drug dealer" that piqued his interest. He wanted in. And at the age of 15 he sold his first dime bag of weed.

Now, as a grown man with an entire city and state at his disposal Teflon had it all. In addition to the money, power and respect he had a plethora of women who would do anything he asked of them. His obsession with power spilled over to his sex life, which led to women succumbing to his demands with ease. That is, until he meets the beautiful, Independent Indigo Pearson.

Indigo's upbringing wasn't as pleasant and as loving as Teflon's was. She grew up watching her mother be weak for a man that had nothing to offer but a headache and sex. She refused to settle just for the sake of saying she had a man. And she refused to depend on them for anything but the tips they gave her while she finessed the pole. So, when things get heated between her and Teflon, she's slow to give in to his advances, despite how attractive and captivating he may be.

Ultimately, Indigo gives in to the idea of Teflon wanting more than just sex from her. She sats her unwillingness to commit aside. But unfortunately, her change of heart might have sat in too late.

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