JONATHAN WALKER was a boss nigga on the streets.
He didn't have a son sitting at his knee, watching, learning and preparing to take over the streets when he stepped down from his throne, but The Boss did have three beautiful, sexy, intelligent and deadly daughters who had studied his every move.
When a multitude of crimes, including the murder of the girls' mother, lands Jonathan in prison, FREEDOM, ANGEL and DESTINY must decide if their love for Daddy outweighs the pain he's brought into their lives.
Once that decision is made, the streets better beware because THE BOSS MAN'S DAUGHTERS are unlike any clan the city has seen before.
FREEDOM, ANGEL and DESTINY have planned their whole lives around taking over the streets and reclaiming what was stolen from them when their father, THE BOSS MAN, was sent to prison.
Now, years later, their father is back out on the streets.
With the help of his beautiful but dangerous daughters, he is primed to unleash his wrath on those responsible for his downfall.
But what he comes home to is the surprise of a lifetime.
For years, the girls' mother was thought to be dead; murdered by the hands of their father.
When she resurfaces things go into a tailspin and the girls must decide their next move.
One thing that never gets compromised is their loyalty to each other and the man that fueled their ambitions.
When trouble reaches such a height that common sense dictates that they run, will the Walker girls finally fold or will they stand strong in the face of the deadly storm? When all odds are against him, will their father accept the inevitable or will his thirst for vengeance become the undoing of the family? The love, lies and betrayals reach damning heights in THE BOSS MAN'S DAUGHTERS 2: FEEL MY WRATH.
When the impossible happens, the game changes, and the Walker sisters, FREEDOM, ANGEL and DESTINY are out to make the world shiver at the sounds of their heels clicking and their guns clacking.
FATHER GOD was larger than life.
He was thought to be untouchable, but one woman did what many men couldn't- she brought him down and placed him inside of a casket.
Now the only question remaining is how hard will the girls go after their beloved father's killer, considering it's their mother? With THE BOSS MAN'S DAUGHTERS, no injustice to their daddy goes unpunished.
But for the very first time there just might be a chink in the chain the holds their loyalty to each other intact.
Did losing Father God make them lose themselves? Or will they bury their grief and rock the world to its core in the name of Love, Hate and Revenge?