Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Series Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
You can check out Ashley Antionette’s bio from my previous reviews. I’ll give you a little bit of back information on the series, and why I just fell in love back in 2013. Yes, I have stalked this series for 4 years! 😂
The main character Disaya Morga, aka Yaya, has about nine lives throughout this series, reason behind me giving the last book only three stars. The first book starts out explaining the “Prada Plan.” Which was passed down from her mom. It was a way to introduce a lady to any sort of hustle, to always stay on top. Yaya, became very good at her hustle and developed some unbeknownst enemies on the way. She also meets the love of her life Indie, A relationship with a very dynamic storyline. Her upbringing isn’t the best, and she learns a lot of hurtful information on the the one’s that supposedly care for her. I wouldn’t say that Yaya is the strongest individual mentality, so that makes a lot of her problems more worse than they should be.
Ok, let’s move in to Book Two, Leah’s Story. We find out Yaya has a sister she never knew existed named Leah. Leah was fully aware of Yaya’s existence, and grew up resenting her. Thinking Yaya lived the glorious lifestyle with both parents. On the outside looking in, that was a way to perceive things. However, as stated before Yaya had many problems. Now! Let’s add Leah to the list of enemies.
Book Three, The Green – Eyed Monster was pretty explosive! Mind you I am only mentioning main characters, but there are so many captivating characters that make this story so exciting! Leah, literally tries to take over Yaya’s life. Along the lines of the movie, “Single White Female.” And I am sure your remembered how that ended. I’ve said many times mental illness is real. This story is total fiction, but I am sure you have seen stories like this on the news.
Book Four, Love and War. This book focuses more on Yaya and Indies relationship. Of course we have to have a relationship crisis in any good series, and we have one here! Indie’s past comes to light, and a love he once forgotten has his child. Yaya has no plans to bow down and release her man, at the end the best woman wins!
We are now to Book Five – After all you have read I grew quite tired of Yaya. She could never make a decision that was right for her, and her daughter. Her decisions were always based upon someone else, or utterly selfish! With her having shambled beginnings, I would have expected more from Yaya. I would have expected her to be more of a fighter, bolder! Needless to say I was disappointed.