Kira owns a profitable hair and nail salon. She lives in a nice home in an exclusive community with her husband Ricky, an infamous, well-known drug dealer from the rough streets of D.C. He is also known to be one of the most feared men in the South.
Because of Ricky’s drug-empire, Kira finds herself in the most dangerous situation ever. Ricky forces Kira to believe that he’s going to call on his reinforcements, so everything will end in his favor. However, unknown to Ricky, Kira felt the need to devise an escape plan on her own. Will she choose loyalty or her life?
In a world where everyone wants to be “wifey” the question is–can you play your position and handle the drama the streets will throw your way?
I truly enjoyed this book. I read it in one night. ”Wifey” is the tale of Kira and her unfaithful husband Ricky. Kira has lived through seven and a half years of insecurity and drama with Ricky. Kira is a typical drug dealer’s wife with the same problems as the rest. Baby mamas, thirsty chickenheads trying to get a piece of her man and jealous so called friends. When Kira decides to separate herself from the lifestyle, it all backfires in her face.
I read this book and really loved it. Kiki is talented and I could really feel where the characters were coming from. The little girl was a trip and Kira’s husband Ricky was too. I liked Kira and I understand that she loved her husband and wanted things to work out with him, most women do. He just made bad choices and that was sad, she took alot off of him. Well, I read the second and third book and let me tell you it gets better. 3 stars.