The Cocaine Princess synopsis: Alexus Costilla is an 18-year-old Brownsville, Texas native who bears a striking resemblance to Young Money superstar Nicki Minaj. Raised by her father, a ruthless Mexican drug cartel boss, and her mother, a strong-spirited black woman with an MBA from Harvard, it's no surprise that when Alexus graduates from high school text books to kilos of cocaine and heroin, she quickly becomes one of the best to ever do it in the dope game. After her father, Juan "Papi" Costilla, is sent away to federal prison, Alexus soon finds herself in Michigan City, Indiana with her mother, Rita Mae Bishop. With $250,000 in cash and 48 kilos of pure cocaine--stuffed inside large soup cans and smuggled into the country through her family's drug tunnel-- Alexus sets out to build herself a BMF-like drug-dealing ring, utilizing the connections of her numerous lovers to maximize her bankroll. But will she survive the wrath of the Costilla cartel when a portion of it turns against her? Find out in...
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Rio, A. Novel by
Publisher: Sullivan Productions LLC
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.59d
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