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Read Side Chick Nation doc Á Paperback ó Aya de León ¾ ❴KINDLE❵ ✽ Side Chick Nation Author Aya de León – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk She's beautiful unpredictable and on the run from dangerous men But this ex side chick is ready to risk everything to help others in trouble Fed up with her marrInternational vultures who plunder the tragedy for a financial killing making shady use of relief funds to devastate the island even New York based mastermind thief Marisol already has her hands full fleecing a ruthless CEO who's stealing her family's land in Puerto Rico while trying to get her relatives out alive An extra crew member could be game changing but she's wary of Dulce's unpredictability and reputation for drama Still Dulce's determination to get justice draws Marisol in along with her formidable Lower East Side Women's Health Clinic's heist suad But Side Chick Nation is the second book I've read by Puerto Rican author Aya de León I read Uptown Thief last month I loved protagonist Marisol Rivera and her band of female vigilantes I knew I wanted to read another book in the series and the one that called to me was Side Chick Nation It's the first novel taking place during Hurricane Maria and its aftermath I thought it would be powerful and authentic and I was absolutely right What is uniue to this novel is the way the personal becomes political with regard to Puerto Rico It expands the definition of side chick to make it a metaphor for the relationship of Puerto Rico to the United States Statehood would place Puerto Rico in a primary relationship but Puerto Rico is a territory As a territory the United States should protect Puerto Rico from exploitation but instead a particular US law has facilitated exploitation of Puerto Rico I wasn't aware of this law until I read Side Chick Nation I also liked the narrative arc of the central character Protagonist Dulce Garcia had managed to get herself away from an abusive pimp but she'd been in the sex industry so long that she didn't know how to have a relationship with a man that wasn't transactional This becomes problematic when she meets a man who genuinely cares about her The man she met ended up nourishing her self esteem and gave her a sense of purpose He was a wonderful characterMarisol Rivera and a few of the other women who engaged in vigilante justice in Uptown Thief did play a role in Side Chick Nation There was a heist and it was one of the many highlights in this book I gave Side Chick Nation five stars here on Goodreads but in my book journal where I use school grades I gave the novel A for amazingFor the blog version of this review see

Side Chick NationInternational vultures who plunder the tragedy for a financial killing making shady use of relief funds to devastate the island even New York based mastermind thief Marisol already has her hands full fleecing a ruthless CEO who's stealing her family's land in Puerto Rico while trying to get her relatives out alive An extra crew member could be game changing but she's wary of Dulce's unpredictability and reputation for drama Still Dulce's determination to get justice draws Marisol in along with her formidable Lower East Side Women's Health Clinic's heist suad But Side Chick Nation is the second book I've read by Puerto Rican author Aya de León I read Uptown Thief last month I loved protagonist Marisol Rivera and her band of female vigilantes I knew I wanted to read another book in the series and the one that called to me was Side Chick Nation It's the first novel taking place during Hurricane Maria and its aftermath I thought it would be powerful and authentic and I was absolutely right What is uniue to this novel is the way the personal becomes political with regard to Puerto Rico It expands the definition of side chick to make it a metaphor for the relationship of Puerto Rico to the United States Statehood would place Puerto Rico in a primary relationship but Puerto Rico is a territory As a territory the United States should protect Puerto Rico from exploitation but instead a particular US law has facilitated exploitation of Puerto Rico I wasn't aware of this law until I read Side Chick Nation I also liked the narrative arc of the central character Protagonist Dulce Garcia had managed to get herself away from an abusive pimp but she'd been in the sex industry so long that she didn't know how to have a relationship with a man that wasn't transactional This becomes problematic when she meets a man who genuinely cares about her The man she met ended up nourishing her self esteem and gave her a sense of purpose He was a wonderful characterMarisol Rivera and a few of the other women who engaged in vigilante justice in Uptown Thief did play a role in Side Chick Nation There was a heist and it was one of the many highlights in this book I gave Side Chick Nation five stars here on Goodreads but in my book journal where I use school grades I gave the novel A for amazingFor the blog version of this review see

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Side Chick Nation ✓ She's beautiful unpredictable and on the run from dangerous men But this ex side chick is ready to risk everything to help others in trouble Fed up with her married Miami boyfriend savvy Dulce has no problem stealing his drug dealer stash and fleeing to the Caribbean Between her special skills and an eye for very rich andor very smokin' men Dulce stays a hustle ahead of trouble and makes her new life one endless party in Puerto Rico Until she's caught in Hurricane Maria and witnesses Side Chick ePUB #8608 both the heartbreaking disaster of climate change and the This is the first book I have read by this author I can tell you after reading this book that it won't be the last one either Ms de Leon really knows how to write a good story with engaging characters Instantly I connected to both Dulce and Marisol and their stories Although I will say that this book was focused on Dulce Not that I am complaining as I really liked Dulce Her story turned out way better than I imagined it would be When I read the premise of the story on the back I was picturing her to be on the weaker side but I was wrong Dulce grew stronger with every encounter she endured It really showed during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria Not to be outdone though; Marisol was an intriguing woman herself as well She really cared for people and wanted to protect and help them any way she could She was very important to helping to protect her country and her family Don't be fooled by this title This book is than just being a side chick I recommend this book to anyone looking to get lost for several hours on an afternoon eBook × Side Chick Nation è Aya de León

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Aya de León è Side Chick Nation mobi Their on the fly race against the clock plan is soon complicated by a sexy crusading journalist not to mention powerful men who turn deadly when ex side chicks step out of the shadows and demand to call the shots Praise for Aya de Len and her novelsStaking out space for women of color in the heist fiction genre Aya de Len's smart sly writing is a knockout Andi Zeisler Bitch magazineThis well written and enjoyable installment in de Len's uniue feminist urban crime fiction series infuses satisfying power in both plot and character Booklist on The Boss STARRED revi This gripping fast paced novel set amidst the destruction and chaos of Hurricane Maria is a fantastic suspenseful read The physical descriptions of Puerto Rico are incredibly vivid and accurate almost shockingly so I found myself suddenly and clearly remembering long forgotten details from visits years ago The hurricane serves as the backdrop for two seemingly separate narratives featuring two different leads one of the book's few flaws is that for several chapters it's unclear which woman this story is about A sophisticated all female crew heist story on the island eventually connects with the drama that is Dulce's tale a young woman fleeing a life of poverty and prostitution that is hard to shake even in her family's Caribbean homelands of Cuba and PR The storm is seen through Dulce's eyes as she loses what few possessions she has and is trapped on the island during landfall and afterThe page turning power of the book's first half dwindles on the back end where a lackluster plot thread takes longer than it deserves to resolve but overall this is an engaging read that slyly manages to sneak in a lot of relevant social commentary re PR and the US Recommended