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Thong on Fire: An Urban Erotic Tale Paperback – March 6, 2007
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Last seen during a short walk-on (or rather, incall) in Thug-a-Licious, Saucy Robinson returns with a vengeance in Noire's latest Harlem street tale, with Noire's most sophisticated plot to date. Born in Harlem to a black ex-G.I. father and a junkie Korean prostitute mother, Saucy (named Seung Cee by her mother and Sarita by her father) ends up in her uncle Swag's care by age eight, after her mother pimps her out to various men and her lesbian lover. Saucy's upstairs neighbor is a black girl named Tai, and the two are on-again, off-again frenemies for the rest of the book. Saucy, a total hottie, ends up attached to various drug dealers and working at a strip joint, the G-Spot. She breaks into doing rap videos, and ordinary-looking Tai, who is working for super-rapper Freedom Moore, hooks them up. Free wants Saucy to act straight, and if she can, her happiness might be assured. Beyond the sex, what drives the book is Saucy's vivid, trash-talking unreliability—except perhaps in describing her own pleasure. (Mar.)
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''Saucy Robinson returns with a vengeance in Noire's latest Harlem street tale, with Noire's most sophisticated plot to date.'' --Publishers Weekly
''Behind Noire's hyperrealistic graphic violence and raunchy sex are interwoven stories, a strong plot, and carefully drawn characters with classic motivations. Noire is Dickens for the age of dojah, donuts, and dawgs.'' --Publishers Weekly, praise for the author --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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