Trouble in Rio by Carl Weber audiobook

Trouble in Rio: A Family Business

By Carl Weber  and M. T. Pope
Read by Dylan Ford , Morae Brehon , and Ace Bentley

Recorded Books Inc., Recorded Books, Inc.

The Family Business Series

6.86 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
  • $19.99
    or 1 Credit

    ISBN: 9781980003670

    $12.99 With Membership: Learn More
  • Regular Price: $42.99

    Special Price $27.94

    ISBN: 9781664472983

    In Stock ● Ships in 1-2 days

Rio Duncan is one of the youngest children of the Duncan clan. With no solid position in the family business like his other siblings, he has been feeling out of place and decides to disappear. Rio leaves his Duncan identity behind and goes on a search for friends and family who can relate to him. His destination is Baltimore, and he is sure to find what he is looking for in the city with a community like no other. There, he also finds unexpected trouble. Corey Grant is making a name for himself in Baltimore with an inherited drug empire and a complicated relationship with his right-hand man. With plenty on his plate, Corey has almost no time for the romance he wants with Dre, and he feels like they are growing apart. That brings about a jealousy and insecurity that he doesn't know how to control. Diana Black is Corey's girlfriend-for-hire, and she has a taste for bad boys. She is loyal to Corey's cause, but how long will that last? Rio's personality and flair instantly gains him entrance into Corey's circle. Rio says he's looking for friends, but Corey is sure that other motives are on the table. When Rio has a change of heart about his newfound crew, he needs an escape plan. There is one problem: his family doesn't know where he is. Did he inherit any of the ruthless traits he observed in his father and brothers? Can the most colorful Duncan son get out of Baltimore and back home safe and sound now that he's on his own?

Learn More
Membership Details
  • Only $12.99/month gets you 1 Credit/month
  • Cancel anytime
  • Hate a book? Then we do too, and we'll exchange it.
See how it works in 15 seconds

Summary

Summary

Rio Duncan is one of the youngest children of the Duncan clan. With no solid position in the family business like his other siblings, he has been feeling out of place and decides to disappear. Rio leaves his Duncan identity behind and goes on a search for friends and family who can relate to him. His destination is Baltimore, and he is sure to find what he is looking for in the city with a community like no other. There, he also finds unexpected trouble. Corey Grant is making a name for himself in Baltimore with an inherited drug empire and a complicated relationship with his right-hand man. With plenty on his plate, Corey has almost no time for the romance he wants with Dre, and he feels like they are growing apart. That brings about a jealousy and insecurity that he doesn't know how to control. Diana Black is Corey's girlfriend-for-hire, and she has a taste for bad boys. She is loyal to Corey's cause, but how long will that last? Rio's personality and flair instantly gains him entrance into Corey's circle. Rio says he's looking for friends, but Corey is sure that other motives are on the table. When Rio has a change of heart about his newfound crew, he needs an escape plan. There is one problem: his family doesn't know where he is. Did he inherit any of the ruthless traits he observed in his father and brothers? Can the most colorful Duncan son get out of Baltimore and back home safe and sound now that he's on his own?

Reviews

Reviews

Author

Author Bio: Carl Weber

Author Bio: Carl Weber

Carl Weber is a New York Times bestselling novelist and the founder of the publishing company Urban Books. His works include The First Lady, So You Call Yourself a Man, The Preacher’s Son, Married Men, and the bestseller She Ain’t the One, which was cowritten with Mary B. Morrison. He was named the Blackboard Publisher of the Year in 2005 and owns a chain of bookstores called Urban Knowledge. A graduate of Virginia State University, he lives on Long Island with his family.

Titles by Author

See All

Author Bio: M. T. Pope

Author Bio: M. T. Pope

M. T. Pope, born and raised in Baltimore, debuted in 2009 with a novel published by Urban Books, Both Sides of the Fence. The book’s success spawned a series of well-received sequels.

Titles by Author

See All

Details

Details

Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction/Urban
Runtime: 6.86
Audience: Adult
Language: English