Sharniece Brown, Makayla Jenkins and Jacqueline Davis are all single mothers who live in the housing project on a Section 8 voucher. They go through daily struggles of dealing with incarcerated baby daddies, drive-by shootings, Children and Family Services, and police brutality. At the end of the day, only the “hoodest” of the hood wives will persevere.
Teresa D. Patterson is an urban fiction, contemporary fiction, erotica, juvenile fiction, romance, and Christian fiction writer. She is the founder of Edit Again Publications, which she formed in 2009 to self-publish her own books. She resides on the East Coast in sunny Florida, where she continues to write.