It has been quite another remarkable journey, on this Ripped & Ready ride. I never could have imagined that over a year ago I would be a self-published author of 5 books, but the dreams of this progressive writer unfolded like springtime flowers and has been colorful and inspiring. The characters of this book have become part of my life and my legacy, and even though some of the language might raise the hairs up on the back of a few necks, I know that this story is one of substance. The overall theme of Ripped & Ready is one of friendship and the quest for love, and I believe that somewhere out there certain readers will embrace it regardless of the underlying theme considered “taboo” by so many. Marco Thompson’s constant search of romance sometimes parallels my own; however, he is from my imagination. Ripped & Ready 3 continues where 1 & 2 left off; the characters have aged a couple of years, but the adversities that they face continue. Ripped & Ready 3 further explores the Marco Thompson and Peewee Jones’ relationship, and by the end of the book only one of them will be left standing. Though Marco’s three friends, Todd Berry, D’ Andre Washington, and Collin Clarke make appearances in R&R 3, much of it focuses on Peewee’s obsession with Marco, but in the end the friendship of the four main characters continues to defy the odds –regardless of the trials and tribulations that life yields.
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