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Product Details

  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Strivers Row, Ballantine Books (January 25, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345477219
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345477217
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (307 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #400,499 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

When a beautiful, kept black woman pulls herself out from under the thumb of her deadly, manipulative lover, she learns that freedom comes with a price in Noire's sexy, gritty urban melodrama. Nineteen-year-old Juicy and her unstable brother, Jimmy, were raised in Harlem by their grandmother after a drug dealer shot their "junkie ho" mother. Her steady since she was 17 is overbearing Granite "G" McKay, major thug/owner of the G-Spot Social Club, part drug house, part strip joint. More than twice her age, G gives Juicy all the bling she wants, but their stagnant sex life and his mercilessness have made her restless. Ever-feisty Juicy sates her hunger by watching male strippers on G-Spot's Ladies' Night and then by hooking up with G's son, Gino, who's just come from California. But when Juicy discovers that Jimmy is on G's payroll—and when the person who told her gets murdered—she rounds up friend Rita and both risk their lives to double-cross the increasingly cold-blooded G. Juicy and Gino also hatch a plan to steal G's hidden loot, but are set up on a fake drug run to Atlantic City. Several beatings and a gang rape later, Juicy and Jimmy finally manage to settle the score in the ultra-violent conclusion. Noire's heady brew of lethal realism and unbridled sexuality should spell "hot and bothered" for erotic fiction fans.
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From Booklist

"Granite" McKay is a Harlem hustler who owns the social club G-Spot, where high rollers spend $1,000 just to enter. The favors include dancers, drinks, drugs, and sex. G always chooses a beautiful virgin to show off and claim for himself. His woman of the moment is 19-year-old Juicy Stanfield. G took in Juicy and her younger brother, Jimmy, after their grandmother's death. G pays for Juicy's college education, but he also controls and intimidates her. G's son, Gino, returns to Harlem after his college graduation to help his father establish a new club. Juicy and Gino begin a hot affair that causes G's whole operation to regroup. G's pride forces him to flex his muscles, Jimmy is determined to save his sister, Gino is finished with his father, and Juicy faces horrible mental and physical torture. This is being billed as an urban erotic tale, and it lives up to the billing. Lillian Lewis
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Customer Reviews

Page turner, interesting twist and turns.
Passion for Words
I really like this book, my only thing is I wish I read more of Noires books which I will get too.
Brandie Davis aka My Urban Books
If you like urban drama and steamy sex this is the book for you.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By J.C. Wallington on February 15, 2005
Format: Paperback
G-Spot by Noire is not for the faint at heart. A mature audience sticker needs to be on each book, for this book is X rated. G-Spot is violent and delves into sexual and emotional abuse. For those who live close to the streets, this may be the norm, but for most of the people I know, to live this type of life is unimaginable.

Born to a crack addicted mother and raised by a sanctified number running grandmother, Juicy is 19 years old when she becomes Granite McKay's woman. Granite, better known as G, is the king of the drug world in Harlem. G's position places Juicy and her brother Jimmy in a world of luxury that they have never known before. With all that she is privy too, Juicy is unhappy. She is sexually unsatisfied and has to rely on her own fingers to bring relief. Much to Juicy's dismay, her younger, mentally unstable brother is in awe of G and wants nothing more than to work for G. The bright spot for Juicy is when G's son Gino returns to Harlem to work in his father's empire. Juicy and Gino find themselves dangerously attracted to each other. The punishment for double crossing G is brutal.

G-Spot has been called urban fiction meets erotica, but each reader will have to make their own determination of what they call erotica. The sex scenes are graphic and sometimes none to pretty. The punishments endured by Juicy are horrific. However, if you can get past the explicit violence and sex, the story underneath is well written about a young girl who grows up too fast, expects too much and finds out that living high is not what it is cracked up to be. While shocked through most of the book, it was a page-turner because I had to find out what was going to happen next. While I can not recommend G-Spot to everyone, if someone asks I will encourage them to pick it up and read it for themselves.


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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jenny J.J.I. VINE VOICE on April 3, 2006
Format: Paperback
It's a G Spot for sure, because it touches the very core of all emotions. This was a hell of story!, first time reading from this author too. Juicy-Mo was just caught up! Had no escape and was from the streets but had no street training. Her main focus was her brother Jimmy and taking care of him. If it wasn't for him I don't think she would have settled for that low down G. He cared for no one but himself and enticed Juicy with his bank. The way he treated his own son proved he had a black heart made of coal. Juicy scarified her life and her soul at the G-Spot for her brother. She loved him to death. But she got what she wanted in between all the rage.

Juicy's tale was definitely an unfortunate one and it was written in such a detailed manner that I felt empathy for her and her brother Jimmy and could totally imagine the scenery and surroundings as if I were there by her side. The characters spoke to you clearly with their actions in the mean streets of NYC. However, the story line seemed a bit extreme and almost bordered on the thin line of impossible. It bothered me that the word "rape" was never used in the novel at all and that was clearly a theme throughout the book. I would have like to see some information in the book letting young women know that they do not have to be subjected to this violent environment regardless of how they came to be in that situation. There is help out there for women like Juicy.

I was not convinced at the end that she truly learned that the materialistic life she lived caused her to lose everything that was important in the end. With the trauma that she went through, the average person would need YEARS of counseling to get closure before having a happy ending.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers on January 11, 2005
Format: Paperback
Nineteen year-old Juicy Stanfield, realizes she has bitten off more than she can chew by becoming the property of the notorious, old enough to be her father, Granite "G" McKay. G, as he is called, is the owner of a nightclub called G-Spot, where patrons pay $1,000 just to enter the door. Once inside

they can partake of a number of illicit activities, for an extra fee, that include: drinking, drugs, lap dances, and sex. When Juicy, who was a virgin before she met G, gets a little taste of sexual freedom, she seeks fulfillment in the arms of G's son, Gino. She feels guilty because G has been taking care of her and her brother since their grandmother's death.

Gino is just the opposite of his mean-spirited and domineering father, and Juicy feels safe and protected with him. When G finds out about their little sexcapades, he makes it known that one of them has to die.

Filled with quite a few explicit sex scenes, G-SPOT lives up to its name. Some of G's actions where a little far fetched and I found myself asking could this really happen. After pondering over that question for a mere second, I soon realized that by my not being privy to this particular lifestyle, anything is possible. G-SPOT clearly defines the age-old adage, that "nothing in life is free." I truly enjoyed this novel and will wait patiently for Noire's next contribution to the literary community.

Reviewed by Pamela Bolden

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris on January 21, 2007
Format: Paperback
The G-spot jacket review says: "The Coldest Winter Ever Meets Addicted." Whenever you get a comparison to other works, you should expect something derivative, and Noire's book is only a partial exception.

Take the Coldest Winter Ever, Sista Souljah's "opus de hood," and keep the same heroine. Keep her with approximately the same age, same obsession with styling top shelf gear, same ravenous sexual appetite and raunchiest language for her exploits, and the same dysfunctional family upbringing. Keep the family mental illness, except turn Winter's crazy, crack-addicted mother into two characters for Juicy - her crazy father and her prostitute, crack addicted mother. (Unfortunately, the ignorance surrounding mental illness is framed the same, giving the impression that "the hood" can't tell the difference between a DSM and DMX). Keep a young man who serves as an "ebony knight" who ultimately (and by some lazy plot conveniences) saves the ladies in the end. Now make some cosmetic changes - the name goes from Winter to Juicy, and the game goes from being a gangsta's daughter to being a jealously possessive gangsta's lover.

This is not to say G Spot lacks new angles. Its language is raw, and the brutality inflicted by pimp/nightclub owner "G" exceeds anything in Winter by three shades of black eye. But herein lies the conundrum for the reader/reviewer. Is this book "good" because of character development and colorful prose, or is Noire just willing to serve up "shock schlock" to sate our prurient interests? As you turn the page, half in disbelief, yet half titillated that you have only hit the tip of the iceberg in "rawness," you'll unfortunately have your answer.
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Noire is the originator of the urban erotic genre and the publisher and editor-in-chief of NOIREMagazine.com A New York born and bred author, Noire is the CEO of NOIRE Entertainment Group.

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