- Title: Loving a Soulless Thug 2: A Southern Love Story
- Author: Jushelle Smiter
- Genre: Literature, Fiction, African American
- Length: 245 pages
- Publication Date: June 4, 2020
Loving a Soulless Thug 2 – Synopsis
After receiving devastating news that the love of his life, along with her mother, died in a fatal car crash, Freddie’s soul dies. After taking loss after loss, he loses touch with reality and just can’t handle the pressure anymore. He does something that he might not be able to come back from.
Jason and Eddie’s relationship has been rocky lately. Jason has become overbearing with his need to protect Eddie from harm. He feels responsible for the death of one friend and partially responsible for the death of another. He vows to protect his family at all cost, even if it puts a rift in their relationship.
Eddie has been keeping secrets from Jason. Something she has never done before. But she didn’t really have a choice with the way things have been between them, at least that’s what she tells herself. She loves Jason but she is just as stubborn as he is. One of them has to be the bigger person. Who will it be when both of her secrets come out?
Michael can’t get over the death of his woman and unborn child and he uses drugs and drinking to cope with the pain. He still can’t seem to outrun his demons no matter what he does, though. He has a debt to pay and who he owes will stop at nothing to get what they want, including ending his life and the lives of his loved ones. He is in over his head and is battling with coming clean to his boys.
Will the bond they had growing up be enough to heal their broken hearts, or is there too much damage to repair?
About the Author
I’m a mother of 5 young adults, 4 boys and a girl. I’m proud Nana to my grandson, Judah. I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. I didn’t go my whole life dreaming of being an author, I just love reading but I was disappointed in some endings to some books that I thought were good, I just didn’t like the endings. And that’s where the ideal to write came to me. If you don’t like how their story ended write your own. I thank God for my unknown talent