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Can someone find true love while working in the most ghetto retail store in America? Warehouse worker Trey Johnson is about to find out after he and his childhood sweetheart have a falling out just as his graveyard shift at Wally World begins. Frustrated with her disrespect, Trey looks to find a way to take off for the night without being fired by his evil store manager, Appleton, who is looking for any reason to terminate him.
Aramis, who is Trey’s most trusted friend and co-worker, is faced with an awkward situation herself as for years she’s built a strong friendship with Trey, but in her most private moments always wondered what it would be like to date him. With the rift between him and his girl, she’s torn between maintaining the friendship she loves or putting it all on the line to pursue a romantic relationship with him.
Trey’s other trusted co-worker, Malik, struggles to keep his friend out of trouble as well while also pursuing the new girl, Kisha, to add another notch to his belt. As the self-proclaimed playboy of the store, Malik works tirelessly to run through as many women in the store as he can, while still being there for his friend.
It’s a story that takes place over a one night shift, where all the workers not only must deal with their emotional pursuits, but also with the nightly activities that come with the job such as a sexy but lazy jewelry worker, two incompetent profiling security guards, strippers and crack heads, and so much more. These are tales from the graveyard shift. This is Wally World.
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Review: I really enjoyed the characters and the story line. The characters reminded me of some of my ex-coworkers from my Wally World working 3rd shift day. I had to lay my reader down several times because I was laughing so hard.
Review: Super funny, not the usual drug king pin urban books.
Review: From the beginning, this book had me literally LMAO off! This book was hilarious from beginning to end! I love every character in the story, and all are were unique and brought something different to the story. Aramis was my favorite as she seems to be the most normal of the bunch, but all the characters were hilarious in their own way. The plot is simple, but it’s what happens around that plot is what makes this book unique. The Crack Head Movement Chapter is the most hilarious thing I have ever read. The dialog in that situation had me literally in tears. All in all, a great read. If you like to laugh, and love hood comedies, you’re going to love this book.