In Stackin Paper 2, Genesis is out for blood and redemption. He’s on a mission to get retribution on the person responsible for murdering his best friend and to make it back to the love he left behind, Talisa. But as he closes in on his enemy the Feds begin closing in on him.
While CoCo sits alone in her jail cell, her regret turns to rage. As she begins putting the pieces to the puzzle together, it becomes apparent that the people she trusted the most were the ones who betrayed her.
Will Genesis and CoCo get revenge on the people responsible for bringing them down or will their payback cost them everything they love.
Genesis Taylor murdered his abusive father defending his pregnant mother. He became a statistic while serving seven years at a juvenile facility in Pemberton, New Jersey. Betrayed by his mother and left for dead, young Genesis’ heart is hardened and he pledges to focus only on `getting that paper.’
Undeterred by life’s hellacious blows, Genesis gains a major break in the game by robbing two stick up kids. Genesis’ best friend, Deuce, joins him in his quest to dominate the drug scene. A beneficial bond is formed when Genesis meets twins, Coco and Chanel, who have major clout due to their deceased father’s legacy. Genesis’ only has one use for women, he never allows any attachments to distract him from his original game plan. Attending a party with the twins, Genesis is spellbound by a mysterious and enchanting female, only to find that she’s the companion of Arnez, a very powerful and cruel man . After spending a peaceful, yet innocent night holding Talisa in his arms, Genesis reluctantly backs off due to a serious warning from Coco. Or does he?
Deja’s amazing literary skills are executed above and beyond in this captivating read as she lures you in with the sexy and thuggish Genesis. You’re riveted to his story from the emotional beginning of the first page to the tumultuous last page which leaves you breathless, heartsick, and fiending for just a little more. She pens a myriad of issues beginning with abuse, murder, betrayal, romance, drug dealing, sex, obsession, and did I mention she managed to develop a love story in the midst of the mayhem… I’ve been a Deja fan since my introduction to Precious and Tyler. In following her literary accomplishments, the growth is evident and commendable, her storylines are fascinating, her characters are viciously mesmerizing as well as exciting, and her style is exemplary to say the least! I claim another best seller with this one!!! Genesis’ introduction into the literary field is impressive and he is mos def `that dude.’ Magnificente Deja!! Keep shining lil mama!!!
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.