Title: 3 Tymes Dirty: Chopp’d N’ Skrewd
Author: Darrell A. King
Release Date: 30 January, 2014
Lady Godiva the gorgeous, platinum album producing pop superstar is literally worshipped by millions of adoring fans worldwide equally for her stunning beauty as well as for her mesmerizing voice.
ATL $lim hip hop’s gangsta rap phenom , has taken the music world by storm with his edgy, street-hewn persona & bad boy sex appeal, which has earned him a cult like national following, as well as the respect & even envy of his peers. Together these two music industry power brokers have reaped huge dividends for Spanish Moss Records.
However the deep mutual attraction that exists between the hardcore rapstar and the blonde bombshell ignites into a torrid affair which threatens to destroy the very integrity of the all powerful Spanish Moss Records label.
With millions of dollars to be lost due to such a scandal, the criminal investors agree in secret that careers will be tarnished and lives violently ended if matters of the heart are not kept at bay for the sake of business. Will a business before pleasure approach save the starcrossed lovers or will their illicit lust for each other cause the world as they know it to come crashing down upon them and everyone else involved?
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~ About the Author ~
Darrell A. King has been writing ever since the age of eight. His first published work of fiction was penned during the fall of 1976 as a student of Mary Field’s Elementary School on South Carolina’s Daufuskie Island. This effort was an adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit,” that he also wrote and illustrated. It was published in the school’s quarterly periodical, “The Daufuskie Kid’s Magazine.”
Darrell King has written stories and numerous poems, several of which were published in the 1995-1996 “Poetry Anthology” by the National Library of Poetry in Owings Mills, Maryland.
During the 90s, Darrell King became inspired by and attracted to the lurid tales of inner city crime. Dramas he read in novels by great writers such as Donald Goines and Iceberg Slim captivated his attention. These tales prompted Mr. King to begin his literary career writing his very own stories of urban crime and inner city drama.