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Anari is the epitome of a good-girl-turned-bad after her world is brutally destroyed. Consumed with her desire for revenge, she and her best friend Monica enter a life of drugs, fast money and betrayal - adopting the lifestyle that pushed them into the game in the first place. Hiding their true identities they quickly rise to the top of New Jersey's dope game. Using everyo Anari is the epitome of a good-girl-turned-bad after her world is brutally destroyed. Consumed with her desire for revenge, she and her best friend Monica enter a life of drugs, fast money and betrayal - adopting the lifestyle that pushed them into the game in the first place. Hiding their true identities they quickly rise to the top of New Jersey's dope game. Using everyone who crosses their paths, nothing - not betrayal or addiction - will stop them from dispensing their street justice.


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Anari is the epitome of a good-girl-turned-bad after her world is brutally destroyed. Consumed with her desire for revenge, she and her best friend Monica enter a life of drugs, fast money and betrayal - adopting the lifestyle that pushed them into the game in the first place. Hiding their true identities they quickly rise to the top of New Jersey's dope game. Using everyo Anari is the epitome of a good-girl-turned-bad after her world is brutally destroyed. Consumed with her desire for revenge, she and her best friend Monica enter a life of drugs, fast money and betrayal - adopting the lifestyle that pushed them into the game in the first place. Hiding their true identities they quickly rise to the top of New Jersey's dope game. Using everyone who crosses their paths, nothing - not betrayal or addiction - will stop them from dispensing their street justice.

30 review for Dirty Money

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dani love

    Good book but terrible ending

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angel Hicks

    this book was so good Held my attention from beginning too end it was like your on a roller coaster you enjoy the thrill of twist and turns and at times your mouth is left open . Can't count how many times I yelled omg . I knew t would be the downfall of the operation . I wish Anari would have told Von what she got herself into and everything wouldn't have went down the way it down I know this not the end though . this book was so good Held my attention from beginning too end it was like your on a roller coaster you enjoy the thrill of twist and turns and at times your mouth is left open . Can't count how many times I yelled omg . I knew t would be the downfall of the operation . I wish Anari would have told Von what she got herself into and everything wouldn't have went down the way it down I know this not the end though .

  3. 5 out of 5

    Me'Tova Hollingsworth - Bethley

    I decided to read Dirty Money, because I had the pleasure of reading book three, The Supreme Clientele first, and wanted to know more about the Anari. I enjoyed the book, but there are few wholes that left room for assumptions to be made. For instance, Wade had it out for Anari for supposily killing his cousin Tiffany. As you can see in book two, Tiffany is still alive at the end. The writer moves on to book three, The Supreme Clientele, and only mentions the reason why Wade has it out for Anari I decided to read Dirty Money, because I had the pleasure of reading book three, The Supreme Clientele first, and wanted to know more about the Anari. I enjoyed the book, but there are few wholes that left room for assumptions to be made. For instance, Wade had it out for Anari for supposily killing his cousin Tiffany. As you can see in book two, Tiffany is still alive at the end. The writer moves on to book three, The Supreme Clientele, and only mentions the reason why Wade has it out for Anari, but there are no scenes in either book where Tiffany is actually killed. I also would have liked to read more about how the Supreme Clientele was formed. Other than those few, flaws the book did keep me interested.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marythios (AkaSusanne )

    Miss Anari Simpson, the embodiment of a good girl trying to endure her inebriated mother. Anari's plan is to simply mollify things until she can get her and her younger brother Jamal out of there. A pursuit of Maurice Jones leads to Anari going from a gossiped about bum, to envied with any and everything she could ever want. The whirlwind love affair of Anari and Maurice would end disastrously. Leaving a naïve Anari exposed to undetected enemies. Two years of just chillin' in the house with Li'l Re Miss Anari Simpson, the embodiment of a good girl trying to endure her inebriated mother. Anari's plan is to simply mollify things until she can get her and her younger brother Jamal out of there. A pursuit of Maurice Jones leads to Anari going from a gossiped about bum, to envied with any and everything she could ever want. The whirlwind love affair of Anari and Maurice would end disastrously. Leaving a naïve Anari exposed to undetected enemies. Two years of just chillin' in the house with Li'l Reese, watching movies, and eating ice cream. Anari, with the help of her loved ones; decides that it's time to come out of mourning, and give living another chance. Despite the fact that Anari has been incognito it appears that she's the unfortunate victim of life and its sleazy elements. With lost becoming more unmistakable. Anari could no longer distinguish her squad from her opponents. Always being that girl that could roll with a thug and wipe up the blood, Anari resolves to upgrade her position. Tony, and Monica materialize with the force of two officious twins, the hottest dope for half the price, the quartet soon knock heads and reconstruct their competitors. Tony is virtually untouchable. With the love of the streets, the team takes major hits. Can the infamous empire continue, or will that be the just punishment of settling scores. The story at times really pulled at my heart it was sad at points.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lesa Divine

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ashley and JaQuavis did a great job as always. I read a bit about Anari aka Tony in Supreme Clientele and had to find out more about her in Dirty Money. Anari started off as a good girl that turn bad after her son was murder by a woman that she became friends with Tiffany aka Shawna. Anari decided to start selling drugs with her best friend Tanya aka Monica. She was involved with Von a locate drug dealer that she didn't trust because she thought he knew Tiffany. So Anari set a empire for herself ha Ashley and JaQuavis did a great job as always. I read a bit about Anari aka Tony in Supreme Clientele and had to find out more about her in Dirty Money. Anari started off as a good girl that turn bad after her son was murder by a woman that she became friends with Tiffany aka Shawna. Anari decided to start selling drugs with her best friend Tanya aka Monica. She was involved with Von a locate drug dealer that she didn't trust because she thought he knew Tiffany. So Anari set a empire for herself having Jesery think that Tony is a man when he really is a woman running things. Tanya goes to jail for murder but, before she gets locked up she started hating Anari alot for getting her into the drug game. Anari is fixed on finding Tiffany she does but, she also goes thou a lot getting shoot at by a man that was supposed to protect her. Almost getting shoot at in the hospital but, in the meantime Von put a hit out on Tony that he didn't know was Anari. Anari trying to kill Tiffany and Von trying to do the samething at the sametime. At the end it's horrible. But, A & J did great with Dirty Money as always they are great writters.

  6. 4 out of 5

    K.augustine

    I loved it! I started this book this morning and finished it this evening! Awesome. Shocking. Dramatic. Jaw dropping. Unbelievable. Heartbreaking. All of these words describe this book. My eyes actually watered during a certain part, because I really felt for Anari. Her life got turned up side down and it was all so unnecessary if you ask me but it made for a great novel. I've noticed in Ashley and JaQuavis books that they like not only like to murder as many people as possible but they like to I loved it! I started this book this morning and finished it this evening! Awesome. Shocking. Dramatic. Jaw dropping. Unbelievable. Heartbreaking. All of these words describe this book. My eyes actually watered during a certain part, because I really felt for Anari. Her life got turned up side down and it was all so unnecessary if you ask me but it made for a great novel. I've noticed in Ashley and JaQuavis books that they like not only like to murder as many people as possible but they like to take their main character to hell, back, and then some! Death almost seems like it would be the easy way out! Amari went through sooooo much, and she took the people in her life along for the ride. This book flowed easily and just flew by. It should really be a movie! I am sure part 2 is in the works and all I can say is I HATE the character they decided to leave us with.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Denise Gilliam

    When I started reading this book it was a little slow to me. So I kept reading at it picked up in a great way. I really enjoying reading these book by the dynamic duo Ashley & JaQuavis. They tell a great story together. The book was a page turner at best. I never expected the book to end like that. I'm hoping for a part 2 in the near future. Great read. When I started reading this book it was a little slow to me. So I kept reading at it picked up in a great way. I really enjoying reading these book by the dynamic duo Ashley & JaQuavis. They tell a great story together. The book was a page turner at best. I never expected the book to end like that. I'm hoping for a part 2 in the near future. Great read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carol Hornsby-mccoy

    What a book! Awesome! Talk about a twist of faith. The suspense keep you reading. Poor Anari she tried so hard. It would have been nice to see her finally happy.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Reading with Tiffany🦋

    Man i really enjoyed this book. Such a page turner. I have been ready Ashley and JaQuavis books for a while now so wanted to put the charters together after reading A dope mans wife. I have a girl crush on Anari I must admin. She is a dope mans wet dream, lol. The story took me down so many times while reading, at times i didnt know if she was thinking or dreaming or if it was really going on. I will say that I hated the end of the stoy not how i wanted the story to end, but after reading so man Man i really enjoyed this book. Such a page turner. I have been ready Ashley and JaQuavis books for a while now so wanted to put the charters together after reading A dope mans wife. I have a girl crush on Anari I must admin. She is a dope mans wet dream, lol. The story took me down so many times while reading, at times i didnt know if she was thinking or dreaming or if it was really going on. I will say that I hated the end of the stoy not how i wanted the story to end, but after reading so many of Ashley and JaQuavis books I knew what was coming. Anari when through so much that in the end she just wanted to call it a day and shoot the duces up. Anari never had a easy life, no dad a mother that had a drug habit. She played mom to her younger brother because without her he had no one. Anari ended up leaving home at the tender age of 14/15 things started looking up for a bit with Marcuse by her side. Then all hell breaks loose and he gets got. Now Anari is on her own again with a new baby. Von saves her not once but like 2 or 3 times before she's like its fate its meant to be lol. Things look up for Anari for a bit after Von comes into her life. Then a major thing happens and Anari is lost... in walks Shawna and her grimy ass. Tayna/Monica I lol so many times while reading about her in the beginning of the story then they started getting money and I couldn't stand her butt. I dont know how i felt about Marcuse he seems grimy to me. I dont know about Von yet he did love Anari but like she said she made a milly in a year he was one on a milly for 5 years lol lol something is not right with your hussle game. Shawna man this chick right here ugh thats all I have. Lance definition on a down ass homeboy. The twins one word loyalty. Amazing story thats all I have to say, on to the next Ashley and JaQuavis books for me.. Carry on people.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nardsbaby Reader

    Treading New Waters Miss Anari Simpson, the embodiment of a good girl trying to endure her inebriated mother. Anari's plan is to simply mollify things until she can get her and her younger brother Jamal out of there. A pursuit of Maurice Jones leads to Anari going from a gossiped about bum, to envied with any and everything she could ever want. The whirlwind love affair of Anari and Maurice would end disastrously. Leaving a naïve Anari exposed to undetected enemies. Two years of just chillin' in Treading New Waters Miss Anari Simpson, the embodiment of a good girl trying to endure her inebriated mother. Anari's plan is to simply mollify things until she can get her and her younger brother Jamal out of there. A pursuit of Maurice Jones leads to Anari going from a gossiped about bum, to envied with any and everything she could ever want. The whirlwind love affair of Anari and Maurice would end disastrously. Leaving a naïve Anari exposed to undetected enemies. Two years of just chillin' in the house with Li'l Reese, watching movies, and eating ice cream. Anari, with the help of her loved ones; decides that it's time to come out of mourning, and give living another chance. Despite the fact that Anari has been incognito it appears that she's the unfortunate victim of life and its sleazy elements. With lost becoming more unmistakable. Anari could no longer distinguish her squad from her opponents. Always being that girl that could roll with a thug and wipe up the blood, Anari resolves to upgrade her position. This is a ladies game, and the feel is right...This is a ladies game, oh what a sight... Tony, and Monica materialize with the force of two officious twins, the hottest dope for half the price, the quartet soon knock heads and reconstruct their competitors. Tony is virtually untouchable. With the love of the streets, the team takes major hits. Can the infamous empire continue, or will that be the just punishment of settling scores. A quick read with commotion, riches, authority, atrocities, and allegiances. F-I-N-A-L-L-Y, this is the characterization of REAL GIRL POWER! Ashley & JaQuavis are a fierce writing duo that shouldn't be underestimated.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alexus

    I absolutely enjoyed this book. I do not like to read ghetto books with extreme amounts of slang and I'm glad this book didn't. This book takes place in New Jersey and tells the story of the main character who goes by the name of Anari Simpson who wants to make crawl her way to the top of the "game". There were many themes expressed throughout the book such as greed, power, revenge, betrayal and many more. I found the ending of this book to be quite arbitrary but I believe that a good book is su I absolutely enjoyed this book. I do not like to read ghetto books with extreme amounts of slang and I'm glad this book didn't. This book takes place in New Jersey and tells the story of the main character who goes by the name of Anari Simpson who wants to make crawl her way to the top of the "game". There were many themes expressed throughout the book such as greed, power, revenge, betrayal and many more. I found the ending of this book to be quite arbitrary but I believe that a good book is supposed to alter your emotions and draw you into the book. I recommend this book for anybody that loves realistic fiction because many people may be able to relate to certain situations that take place in this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adrenna Shipman

    I don't care what book it is of theirs, I can't get enough of Ashley and JaQuavis. As a duo or independently!! DIRTY MONEY was the book that set it off for them and this is my second time reading it. My girl Anari has been through the fire and back again. When we first meet Anari, she is somewhat of a timid young lady with a rough home life. As the book progresses we watch this, for lack of a better phrase, ugly duckling shed her fears and insecurities and become a boss bitch in her own right! I I don't care what book it is of theirs, I can't get enough of Ashley and JaQuavis. As a duo or independently!! DIRTY MONEY was the book that set it off for them and this is my second time reading it. My girl Anari has been through the fire and back again. When we first meet Anari, she is somewhat of a timid young lady with a rough home life. As the book progresses we watch this, for lack of a better phrase, ugly duckling shed her fears and insecurities and become a boss bitch in her own right! I love the way this story played out! I have read almost all of A&J's titles and have yet to be truly disappointed. Their characters blend well author each other and the plot has plenty of twists and turns to keep readers on the edge of their seats!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Madlyn

    Here is another stupid storyline about drug dealers stupidity being played out for the readers displeasure. The females in this book tries to come off so hard but they are so outrageously stupid...worst than the men. There were times I got so frustrated with Anari I had to skip pages just to get through the stupid things she was doing. Such as not telling the people she care the most about her plans to get the women who took her baby from her. I was so looking forward to see how she was going to Here is another stupid storyline about drug dealers stupidity being played out for the readers displeasure. The females in this book tries to come off so hard but they are so outrageously stupid...worst than the men. There were times I got so frustrated with Anari I had to skip pages just to get through the stupid things she was doing. Such as not telling the people she care the most about her plans to get the women who took her baby from her. I was so looking forward to see how she was going to die. That's how much she got on my nerves. And Monica's weak self trying to be a bad chick. I was just so disappointed in reading this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Eva Marie

    This is a pretty quick read- my first by this author. I was satisfied with the whole book with the exception of the ending. I'm quite open to endings others than the usual "happy" ones that most authors tend to use but I didn't like this ending at all . Maybe it was just me and I hope so because I'm sending this to a friend and I want her to enjoy it but I didn't like it. The rest of the book was really fast-paced and I felt myself really having a lot of sympathy for Anari. I'd recommend to anyo This is a pretty quick read- my first by this author. I was satisfied with the whole book with the exception of the ending. I'm quite open to endings others than the usual "happy" ones that most authors tend to use but I didn't like this ending at all . Maybe it was just me and I hope so because I'm sending this to a friend and I want her to enjoy it but I didn't like it. The rest of the book was really fast-paced and I felt myself really having a lot of sympathy for Anari. I'd recommend to anyone who likes drama filled street-lit.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kellee

    This wasn't one of Ashley and Jaquavis's best books. It was probably the worst one I've read. It was very predictable at the end. The book kept me interested and was a page-turner, but it got annoying after awhile. This wasn't one of Ashley and Jaquavis's best books. It was probably the worst one I've read. It was very predictable at the end. The book kept me interested and was a page-turner, but it got annoying after awhile.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Page turner. Loved this book. Finished it in a day.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Well! I was not really pleased with this book. You would have to read this one for yourself. This book will not stop me from reading more books by the authors.

  18. 4 out of 5

    jessie

    Good book!!! I choose the book because of the author they write great books I luv there books!!! Great ending was not expecting it

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jessica French

    Anari is extremely stupid/naïve and doing too much for a girl she doesn’t even know. Most women have an intuition, I guess hers is broken because this girl is dumb as hell. I enjoyed reading this book, it keeps you on your toes and wanting to see what will happen in the end. I thought it would be a sequel to Diary of a Street Diva but the story did not tie into the first book at all. I still want to know more about the characters from the first book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nikkia Chante’

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Dirty Money was a better read than Diary of a Street Diva. I was told the stories tie into each other and I do not see how. Anyway Dirty Money was good, I was sad when the twins got killed and the fact that Von and Anari die but Tiffany “Shawna” doesn’t. I hope in Supreme Clientele we find out Anari and Von survived some how and they Make Tiffany “Shawna” Pay for killing Baby Reesey.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kyra Simone

    I’m so upset about the ending of Dirty Money 🤦🏾‍♀️ so many unanswered questions?! Did Anari die? I remember her being in the last Cartel book right so she couldn’t have died. So what happened did she get her revenge? Did her and Von make it? Make it make sense PLEASE! Other than the suspense it was a great read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Cox

    This is the second time around, I love the book but do not understand why they say #2. It sorta confuses me as i know they show up again in Supreme Clientele and not sure if i Read #1 but plan on it even if I have but 1st going to read Supreme Clientele again. Seems I get stuck on a series and read over and over when i run out of books that interest me.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vette

    I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. The storyline flowed well. Friendships, family, love, lies, and dirty money all intertwine in this book! The ending I did not see coming at all! Supreme Clientele is next in order to read after this.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kia

    Didn't like the ending much; however, it was an overall solid read. Didn't like the ending much; however, it was an overall solid read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dhaverma

    Sorry, tried to like it but couldn't get into the writing Sorry, tried to like it but couldn't get into the writing

  26. 5 out of 5

    Carlina

    Attempts of building an explosive climax caused the book dragged a bit. The ending was a hot mess.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

    My fave I love this. Anari was sharp and determined. Her life fell apart and she pulled it together to get the shit done.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Yanni T'Keyah

    Wow Damn, another jaw-dropping ending!! Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, plot twists! Can't wait to read part 3 Wow Damn, another jaw-dropping ending!! Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, plot twists! Can't wait to read part 3

  29. 5 out of 5

    Latoshia Campbell

    Great book. I love Ashley and jaquavius. This was a great book. I couldn't put it down. I would recommend to anybody who loves urban fiction. Great book. I love Ashley and jaquavius. This was a great book. I couldn't put it down. I would recommend to anybody who loves urban fiction.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Twyla Reynolds

    REALLY???? I need a glass of wine in the the middle of THIS day because of THIS BOOK!!!

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