I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Do What You Gotta Do by Christine Young-Robinson
on August 11, 2015
Pages: 320 pages
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In this sizzling story of family drama, money, and seduction, one woman’s desire for a luxurious lifestyle leads her to prey on a vulnerable man—until his father’s suspicions threaten to undo everything.
Aniyah Sanchez is a wild, sexy, and seductive woman—and has just been released from prison for crimes of fraud, kidnapping, and embezzlement.
Without parents to turn to, she’s surprised when her aunt Tessa comes to her rescue and sets her up in an apartment until she can find work. But Aniyah is determined to move out and start a new life her own way—by finding a wealthy man who can provide the extravagant lifestyle she longs for.
That man turns out to be Jarvis Powell, Jr., who finds Aniyah very attractive and gives her a job at one of the banks owned by his father. There’s just one problem: Jarvis’s father is suspicious of Aniyah and will do everything in his power to protect the family legacy…especially from a woman he suspects is trying to ensnare his son to get to the family fortune.
Now, with Jarvis, Sr. watching her like a hawk, Aniyah is more determined than ever to win over his son. Will the bond of a father and son undo her plan, or will she finally get her chance at a new beginning?
“Do What You Gotta Do” by Christine Young-Robinson, is a continued tale of a vixen named Aniyah Sanchez. Though recently released from prison, it is quite clear that she is not free. This book takes the reader deep into the tortured and dysfunctional life led by Aniyah.
With the sole purpose of pursuing and snagging a wealthy man, this phase of her life centers around a wealthy bank-heir by the name of Jarvis Powell, Jr. However, this is not a boy meets girl and falls in love kind of story. Jarvis, living with unknown life tragedies of his own, is a man seeking the undeserved love and respect of his father.
“Do What You Gotta Do” takes readers on multiple twists and turns. The two of them in a romantic relationship is a bomb ready to explode that will have far-reaching effects on many lives.
I recommend this book.
Reviewed by: Jamesina