O.G. by Lena Scott

Abel Diggs is oh so cool under pressure.

After spending nearly 20 years behind bars for a crime he committed during his reckless youth, Abel Diggs is returning to his old stomping grounds to settle a score of betrayal. But before he can even get to his mission, he finds running “his” streets puts a dent in his afro and takes the crease out of his Levi’s.

Afraid of nothing, Diggs has a tip for all those young punks trying to rule over “his” hood…”Pull ya pants up!”

O.G. is a sexy, romantic, dramatic, take me back to the good ole days when the streets were where you drove your car kind of story.

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