You Should Let Me Love You

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After the death of their grandmother in one of the most infamous neighborhoods in Philadelphia, Samir and his little brother, Damon, are left to fend for themselves in Strawberry Mansion. By the ages of fifteen and twelve, the two brothers had turned into the most successful stick-up kids on the streets of Philly, and their reputations followed them into adulthood.

As adults, Damon sticks to what he knows… robbing local street hustlers. This causes attention from unwanted competition, and proves deadly after an unexpected enemy emerges.

Samir turns into a dope boy, working the very streets he had robbed over the years. Caught in a drug sweep, he finds himself behind bars, where he learns that his brother had betrayed him in an unimaginable way. Upon his release, he meets the sweet and angelic Angel, his probation officer. Because of his past, he is reluctant to give all of himself to her, but Angel finds her way into his heart. But will she be able to keep it?

Angel fought her attraction to Samir with everything in her, but against her better judgement, she crosses every line and steps into fire with him. The stakes are high when dealing with a man like Samir, but she is willing to risk it all. The only problem is that Angel hopes Samir will renounce his dope boy lifestyle… but Samir has no plans to do so. The streets are his life, and he feels that Angel should accept that.

Before long, Angel learns what it means to be a hustler’s woman in every sense of the phrase. Samir loves Angel hard, and she is head over heels for her man. When the inevitable occurs, will Angel choose to abandon love and avoid becoming a hustler’s woman? Or will she take her place next to her hood king and become his hood queen?

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