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* This new series premiere contains an excerpt from the highly anticipated A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent Part 5. Take a walk in the shoes of Elle Mitchell. She came up in the church but quickly became fascinated with the underworld. The youngest sister of three, she had to prove herself from the womb. Street smart and book smart, Elle will stop at nothing to get r * This new series premiere contains an excerpt from the highly anticipated A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent Part 5. Take a walk in the shoes of Elle Mitchell. She came up in the church but quickly became fascinated with the underworld. The youngest sister of three, she had to prove herself from the womb. Street smart and book smart, Elle will stop at nothing to get rich quick. Determined, she sets out to be Head Bitch In Charge. But HBIC is a position to be earned and the stakes are high. Aint no easy road to riches when treading down a path of unrighteousness. Prosperity spawns adversity and enemies. Only one can fill the shoes of HBIC. Delve into these pages to see just how much those shoes cost. Caroline McGill is back with a BANG! Prepare to be sucked into a world where money and power rules, and will ultimately destroy relationships… and even lives. Readers will love the new drama-filled HBIC series as much they love the A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent series.


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* This new series premiere contains an excerpt from the highly anticipated A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent Part 5. Take a walk in the shoes of Elle Mitchell. She came up in the church but quickly became fascinated with the underworld. The youngest sister of three, she had to prove herself from the womb. Street smart and book smart, Elle will stop at nothing to get r * This new series premiere contains an excerpt from the highly anticipated A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent Part 5. Take a walk in the shoes of Elle Mitchell. She came up in the church but quickly became fascinated with the underworld. The youngest sister of three, she had to prove herself from the womb. Street smart and book smart, Elle will stop at nothing to get rich quick. Determined, she sets out to be Head Bitch In Charge. But HBIC is a position to be earned and the stakes are high. Aint no easy road to riches when treading down a path of unrighteousness. Prosperity spawns adversity and enemies. Only one can fill the shoes of HBIC. Delve into these pages to see just how much those shoes cost. Caroline McGill is back with a BANG! Prepare to be sucked into a world where money and power rules, and will ultimately destroy relationships… and even lives. Readers will love the new drama-filled HBIC series as much they love the A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent series.

30 review for HBIC: Head Bitch in Charge - Ebook Part 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    OOSA

    I Ain’t No Regular B*tch Caroline McGill’s “HBIC: Head Bitch in Charge” is the tale of sisters Etta, Twyla and Elle. Raised in a tight-knit family, the sisters always have each other’s backs - even in illegal dealings. Needing money to pursue a music career, the sisters take to the streets, letting the streets know who’s in charge. The premise of “HBIC” is a promising one. Unfortunately, the book’s narration hinders the story greatly. There is telling and very, very little I Ain’t No Regular B*tch Caroline McGill’s “HBIC: Head Bitch in Charge” is the tale of sisters Etta, Twyla and Elle. Raised in a tight-knit family, the sisters always have each other’s backs - even in illegal dealings. Needing money to pursue a music career, the sisters take to the streets, letting the streets know who’s in charge. The premise of “HBIC” is a promising one. Unfortunately, the book’s narration hinders the story greatly. There is telling and very, very little showing. It stifles plot and character development. It also results in a huge disconnect with readers and the story. Readers don’t have the chance to really get invested in the story or its characters. It’s the difference between watching a game and someone telling you about a game. While both may result in you knowing the score and who won, the experiences aren’t comparable. This series has all the ingredients for a great series including an author that can hold her own against anyone. I do hope there is a better balance of showing versus telling so that this series can reach its full potential. Reviewed by: Toni

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tazzyt2bossye

    ‘It took me a little while discover, wolves in sheeps coats pretending to be lovers…’ ‘The Mitchell Sister’s,’ Etta, Twyla, and Elle are sisters that are very close, headstrong and fearless with a hustler’s mentality inherited from their father, Elliott. Raised in the church, singing in the choir under their mother’s direction, the sister’s also have a deep belief in GOD. These girls find adventure and mischief at an early age in the hood with the neighborhood gangstas leaving them wi ‘It took me a little while discover, wolves in sheeps coats pretending to be lovers…’ ‘The Mitchell Sister’s,’ Etta, Twyla, and Elle are sisters that are very close, headstrong and fearless with a hustler’s mentality inherited from their father, Elliott. Raised in the church, singing in the choir under their mother’s direction, the sister’s also have a deep belief in GOD. These girls find adventure and mischief at an early age in the hood with the neighborhood gangstas leaving them with wisdom, street sense and bought lessons. We venture into their audacious lives through the eyes of baby girl, Elle as she lands the central role. Elle exhibits innocence in life and love which is overshadowed with her interaction with the grimiest females and dudes in the streets. H.B.I.C. has fascinating characters that Ms. McGill captivates her reads with but the under thread of the storyline focusing on the antics of juveniles playing adult games lightens the intensity. Travel this road of lies, cheating, sexual promiscuity, teen pregnancy, heartbreak, betrayals, determination and intelligence as well as these youngster’s thirst for that fast money. This was an enjoyable read but I found myself questioning the scenarios versus their age, supervision and consequences…a lot of risks with the end results being too neatly packaged for the daring girls to be very realistic. The voice was more narrative which altered the flow of the tale in my personal opinion. A worthy read solidified with Ms. McGill’s critically acclaimed stamp! I vivaciously applaud the author for the model gracing the cover of the books…impeccably beautiful!!! I was proud to see a Beautiful Bonafide Black Woman as the cover girl! Ms. McGill, you are without a doubt a class act and your work transcends time and fads! I foresee longevity, immeasurable growth, and limitless accolades for you my sista! So proud of you and for you! Now for an authentic book junkie move…when are Jay & Portia and the crew coming back for another family reunion!?!?!?! Yes I’m a ryder for CMcGill!!! Mos Def!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shawntel

    Caroline has done it again!! However I didn't expect anything less!! I have been hooked on her books since the very beginning with A Dollar Outta Fifteen Cent!! She definitely didn't disappoint with HBIC!! It pulled me in from the from the first page and didn't let go until the last and I still wanted more!! Can't wait for Part 2!!!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chameka

    good book about how sisters stuck together. elle went through a heartbreak from knight who was a thug she did everything to prove that she wants to be the head bitch in charge.. I give this book ten stars

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gina Harris

    This book was awesome!Elle Mitchell and her family were serious go getters even though there were some obstacles along the way! Elle was definitely a HBIC! She let everyone know that! This book was a great read! It had wonderful twists and turns!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    It was pretty ok....

  7. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    This book was a page turner Part I and II...Elle..Twyla..Needra these girls are tough!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rocksand Summers

    Maybe part 2 will be better This book dragged and dragged. I am hoping part 2 gets exciting. Can't really say if I liked this book or not. It just dragged.

  9. 4 out of 5

    gladys williams

    Hbic The book was ok have read better it did excite me to much maybe the next story will be better

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa G

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rosemarie

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

  13. 5 out of 5

    RJ

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sequoia Johnson

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rovene Shaw

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melody Reid

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kerry James

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ty

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nyasia

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marlena L Nisbet

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Gibbs

  22. 4 out of 5

    T. Beasley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Delonya

  24. 5 out of 5

    Candace Marsh

  25. 4 out of 5

    Naque

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ms.Toni

  27. 5 out of 5

    Deshawna

  28. 4 out of 5

    Charlene Richardson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Monique

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ayreana

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