AROUND THE WAY GIRLS 3: DOUBLE TROUBLE by Alisha Yvonne, Thomas Long, and Pat Tucker
There’s a saying that if you come from my part of town, that you’re from around the way. Around the Way Girls 3: Double Trouble is a look at the life of some street-smart women who think they know it all, but are about to get the lesson of their lives.
Sugar and Candy Cane are twenty-four-year-old identical twins from around the way. These ladies aren’t as sweet as their names imply, and people quickly come to know them as double trouble. The Cane twins have a love-hate relationship which keeps them at odds, but when all hell breaks loose, there’s no question as to whether they’ll have each others backs.
As the daughters of the infamous gangster, Timmy Barnes, it was only natural that Tamara and Tamia would follow in his footsteps. However, in their pursuit of the spoils of the fast life, a family secret is unraveled that may tear their lives apart.
Twin sisters, Paris and Porsha McCain have a score to settle. When their sister, Alex, is found brutally beaten and dead on the streets of South Central L.A. in stead of waiting for the police to catch the killer, Paris and Porsha set out to exact their own kind of justice.
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