The People vs. Cashmere by Karen Williams audiobook

The People vs. Cashmere

By Karen Williams
Read by Mishi LaChappelle

Urban Audiobooks, Urban Books 9781601625069
7.04 Hours Unabridged
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Meet the Pierce family. Desmond Pierce, a hardworking man from the South, is determined to give his and wife and daughters a good life in Compton, California. Pearla Pierce is a sexy and seductive mother who plays wifey and devoted mother only when her husband is home. Then there’s Carmen, a promiscuous seventeen-year-old on a self-destructive path and jealous of her younger sister. Cashmere, a thirteen-year-old, struggles to hold her family together out of love for her father. When tragedy hits home, Carmen and Cashmere find themselves orphans living with their hateful aunt and having to resort to stripping and selling drugs to survive. Carmen drags Cashmere into a world of drugs, violence, and sex when she allows a ruthless pimp named Black to turn her out. Against her will, Cashmere is also forced to work for Black by prostituting herself for high-class ballers. Carmen’s jealousy toward her younger sister continues when she sees Black falling in love with Cashmere. Carmen’s need to destroy her sister sets off a chain of events that lands Cashmere in jail. Cashmere is left alone and broken, but with the hope that some way, somehow, she can be fixed.

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Summary

Summary

Meet the Pierce family. Desmond Pierce, a hardworking man from the South, is determined to give his and wife and daughters a good life in Compton, California. Pearla Pierce is a sexy and seductive mother who plays wifey and devoted mother only when her husband is home. Then there’s Carmen, a promiscuous seventeen-year-old on a self-destructive path and jealous of her younger sister. Cashmere, a thirteen-year-old, struggles to hold her family together out of love for her father.

When tragedy hits home, Carmen and Cashmere find themselves orphans living with their hateful aunt and having to resort to stripping and selling drugs to survive. Carmen drags Cashmere into a world of drugs, violence, and sex when she allows a ruthless pimp named Black to turn her out. Against her will, Cashmere is also forced to work for Black by prostituting herself for high-class ballers.

Carmen’s jealousy toward her younger sister continues when she sees Black falling in love with Cashmere. Carmen’s need to destroy her sister sets off a chain of events that lands Cashmere in jail. Cashmere is left alone and broken, but with the hope that some way, somehow, she can be fixed.

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Author Bio: Karen Williams

Author Bio: Karen Williams

Karen Williams is the author of Dirty to the Grave and Diamond in the Sky, among many others. She also writes as Braya Spice and penned the Dear Drama series. She has her bachelor’s degree in literature and communications and works as a corrections officer.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Urban
Runtime: 7.04
Audience: Adult
Language: English