Genesis has been dominating the hood by any means necessary since he was released from juvenile detention at the age of eighteen. After grinding in the streets of Philadelphia for years he finally catches a break. Genesis is able to take the drug game to the next level when he starts doing business with a set of treacherous twin sisters in Atlanta. From the east to the west coast every dough boy respects his name, but his ambitions have superceded pushing drugs. Genesis is ready to take his hustle to the next level, but the allure of the game has a firm grip on him, until falling in love with Talisa Washington. Talisa has the beauty, class, sophistication, and most importantly, connections to make it happen. When the King of the streets meets a Pampered Princess will their worlds collide or can they overcome their obstacles and together start Stackin’ Paper.
The young life of a boy named Genesis Taylor is changed forever when he shot and killed his father in an attempt to save his pregnant mother’s life. While serving time in a juvenile detention center for what was really self defense, his life is shattered once again when his seemingly ungrateful mother turns around and abandons him for what she thinks is a better life, severing all ties. Released at the age of eighteen Genesis is criminal minded and has plans to make large amounts of cash by selling drugs. Finally reaching some sort of success Genesis’ operation is shut down by a mob of thieves. Intent on getting back the product and cash that was taken from him Genesis accidentally hits the drug lottery. He instantly skyrockets to the top of the drug game and before he knows it, he is out of product and meeting up with a new drug connect which surprisingly happens to be sexy twin sisters, CoCo and Chanel. Visiting the twins on business, Genesis runs into a beautiful woman named Talisa twice in two days. Not believing in coincidences he decides to make her his own. This is where the fun, and the real problems begin.
CoCo and Chanel are in a league of their own, thanks to their deceased father’s clout. CoCo runs the show like a pro, and Chanel does the same with the heavy artillery. Besides looking exactly the same and dressing similarly, I’d say the twins are not much alike. CoCo is by far more talkative and seems more liked by the public, whereas Chanel is quiet and mysterious, but not in a good way. The twins are good friends with a influential man named Arnez, who just happens to be dating Genesis’ love interest, Talisa. CoCo warns Genesis that Arnez is a man not to be messed with. Not only to protect her business investments with him but also because she eventually has a thing for him.
This fast paced novel seemed predictable at first, but as I kept reading it became apparent that predictable was furthest from the truth. With every twist and secret unfolded, readers are sure to fall in love with humble and business savvy Genesis, be curious about CoCo and Chanel, and want Talisa to finally leave controlling abusive Arnez.
STACKING PAPER WAS A VERY GOOD YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND THE CHARACTER SEEM SO REAL AND YOU FEEL WHAT THEY ARE GOING THROUGH. SO GO OUT AND GET THIS BOOK AND START READING JOY KING WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN.
Genesis grew up watching his father beat his mother until she literally turned black and blue. The beatings went on for so long until one day Genesis stood up to his abusive father resulting in him killing his father.Genesis was sent to juvenile for what was suppose to be two years but turned into seven long years. While in prison his mother left to start a better life for him and his sister so she said, but he never heard from her again. When Genesis is released he tries to go down the right path, but certain situations didn’t allow that to happen. Stackin Papers tells the story of Genesis trying to make a good life for himself while finding love along the way.There are so many great things to say about Stackin Papers that I don’t know where to start. From the beginning to end I could not put this book down, I read it in less then two days. I love when I can pick up a book and be able to visualize the story while I’m reading along. I didn’t find one grammer error in the entire book,that’s a big plus for me. Stackin Papers is a very good read;Ms. King did her thing once again.