Cashin' Out by Jai Nicole
Chanelle is no stranger to being broke. Growing up in one of the worst projects in Raleigh, she came up with nothing while praying for a come up. When she hooks up with JaQuez, a dopeboy with deep pockets, she's finally able to leave the hood and live the life she always felt she deserved. However, when JaQuez does the unthinkable, Chanelle hatches a plan to ensure her financial security and escape her old life. Now in a new city, Chanelle hopes for a fresh start. Meeting a hustler by the name of Trap, she believes she's found a new come up. But when her heart starts to get involved, she begins second-guessing her initial plans for him.
Still, Chanelle's not the only one with a trick up her sleeve and those that she's crossed are determined to bring her down. In this cautionary tale set in the dirty south, characters are Cashin' Out for every move made. No one can be trusted, love and lies are closely related, loyalty is a term used loosely, and secrets have the potential to destroy lives.
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GENRE: Street fiction/urban lit
Primary subject matter: Greed
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About the Author
Georgia native Jai Nicole was what most would call a “bookworm” since her nose was always buried in a book. When she had to write a short story as a class assignment, she discovered not only did she enjoy reading, but she also liked to write and create her own stories. Jai Nicole’s parents and teachers took notice of her talent, encouraging her to hone her writing craft and consider becoming an author. Unfortunately, she felt differently, believing that it would be too hard to secure a publishing deal. Because of that, she stopped writing for nearly ten years.
Jai Nicole relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2010, where her spark for writing returned. Reading and seeing other authors live out their dreams inspired her. After working at a call center for nearly six months, she quit, knowing that she didn’t want to answer phones for the rest of her life. In fact, she knew that she didn’t want to do anything else—except write. Feverishly she started on her first manuscript, determined to make her dreams of becoming an author a reality.