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National bestselling authors Carl Weber and Treasure Hernandez are back with their latest installment in the wildly popular Family Business series. LC Duncan, patriarch and leader of the Duncan clan is alive and well after being shot by a mysterious gunman. His near death experience has caused him and his wife Chippy to reflect on both the past and present, and together National bestselling authors Carl Weber and Treasure Hernandez are back with their latest installment in the wildly popular Family Business series. LC Duncan, patriarch and leader of the Duncan clan is alive and well after being shot by a mysterious gunman. His near death experience has caused him and his wife Chippy to reflect on both the past and present, and together they decide that it's time to return to Waycross, Georgia for a long overdue family reunion. But wherever the Duncans go, trouble and drama are never too far behind, and this time it comes in the form of longtime Duncan enemy Vinnie Dash, and Ruby, the mother of Orlando Duncan's baby who disappeared before the child was born.


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National bestselling authors Carl Weber and Treasure Hernandez are back with their latest installment in the wildly popular Family Business series. LC Duncan, patriarch and leader of the Duncan clan is alive and well after being shot by a mysterious gunman. His near death experience has caused him and his wife Chippy to reflect on both the past and present, and together National bestselling authors Carl Weber and Treasure Hernandez are back with their latest installment in the wildly popular Family Business series. LC Duncan, patriarch and leader of the Duncan clan is alive and well after being shot by a mysterious gunman. His near death experience has caused him and his wife Chippy to reflect on both the past and present, and together they decide that it's time to return to Waycross, Georgia for a long overdue family reunion. But wherever the Duncans go, trouble and drama are never too far behind, and this time it comes in the form of longtime Duncan enemy Vinnie Dash, and Ruby, the mother of Orlando Duncan's baby who disappeared before the child was born.

30 review for The Family Business 4

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl James

    Out of all the books in the series this book was the most exciting for me. I love the Duncans and they are a true knit family rather it's mother, father, aunt, uncle cousin, etc. They don't play and they are not to be played with. But I never thought I would see the day that they had to come together to go against one of their own family members. This story was very emotional and sometimes a little disturbing but that's just the life of a Duncan. They do their dirty work with so much class and Out of all the books in the series this book was the most exciting for me. I love the Duncans and they are a true knit family rather it's mother, father, aunt, uncle cousin, etc. They don't play and they are not to be played with. But I never thought I would see the day that they had to come together to go against one of their own family members. This story was very emotional and sometimes a little disturbing but that's just the life of a Duncan. They do their dirty work with so much class and preservance that I never want the story to end. I am so ready for Family Business 5 to come out next year, 2020. I wasn't all that impressed with the HBO series but the books are right on point with me. Carl Weber keep the story going💕

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shavonna Futrell

    I have waited a long time to find out the answers to many questions, but I still have more so I hope Carl and La Jill Get on it. I really enjoyed this book and hope it is not the last because I stated before they need to answer some more questions. I was totally shocked with London but it was well overdue, this book had me yelling, crying, and talking trash to the authors. Hope I dont have to wait to much longer for the other answers I need. I have waited a long time to find out the answers to many questions, but I still have more so I hope Carl and La Jill Get on it. I really enjoyed this book and hope it is not the last because I stated before they need to answer some more questions. I was totally shocked with London but it was well overdue, this book had me yelling, crying, and talking trash to the authors. Hope I don’t have to wait to much longer for the other answers I need.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    A short, complicated story of bitter family feuds. 6 of 10 stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This was one of the best books in the series of Family Business to date! I surely hope Carl Weber is not done yet, there are some things we still don't know, like how London and Harris will proceed, what about Orlando and Ruby???? Daryl is he just left out for good??? I must say Uncle Larry was certifiably cra cra, coo coo for co co puffs frfr! Poor Curtis left to bear that burden for so many years. There were a few missing words but it was such a good story! I really hope we don't have to wait This was one of the best books in the series of Family Business to date! I surely hope Carl Weber is not done yet, there are some things we still don't know, like how London and Harris will proceed, what about Orlando and Ruby???? Daryl is he just left out for good??? I must say Uncle Larry was certifiably cra cra, coo coo for co co puffs frfr! Poor Curtis left to bear that burden for so many years. There were a few missing words but it was such a good story! I really hope we don't have to wait another whole year to continue with the Duncan antics!!! Loved It!!!!!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Briana Hodge

    great read as all of them are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maya B

    And the saga continues...another fast paced, action-packed, drama. Love the series, the only downside is I have to remember the characters that I have not read about in a year. It takes me a while to refresh my memory.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ka’leneReads

    SecondRead may not been as good as the first time....lol. It is funny the characters a like are not apart of the Duncan Clan, but ok this one is just ok but I do look forward to Book5 because I am waiting for the reappearance of Niles, it has been long enough please stop dragging US along when that is what we are waiting on.....Well I am at least😍

  8. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    I love every book in the series!! The way in which it ended lets me know that there is more to come.

  9. 4 out of 5

    LitQueen MissElle Bayyyyybe

    Omg..... I just knew that Vinnie wasn't shit.....excuse my language. This series is life to me. I love the fact that London has become who she has destined to be and get outta that dutiful wife role. The Duncan's surely know how to takes us on a rollercoaster ride.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Angela Burnett

    Is this the end Really good book. I'm glad that none of the Duncan family was hurt or killed. Larry sure did go off the deep end. It feels like the Duncan family will be back. I just hope it doesn't take that darn long.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sky Blue

    I listened to the audiobook version and it was great I liked all of the voice actors. LC's voice matches his character personality very well. Only two people voices that I did not care for was Chippy's voice and Curtis voice. Chippy sounded like a teenager the voice sounded too youthful and the cousin Curtis he sounded horrible. But overall it was a great listen. The story picks up where we are still searching for Orlando's son and Ruby, however, we are introduced to some more Duncan relatives. I listened to the audiobook version and it was great I liked all of the voice actors. LC's voice matches his character personality very well. Only two people voices that I did not care for was Chippy's voice and Curtis voice. Chippy sounded like a teenager the voice sounded too youthful and the cousin Curtis he sounded horrible. But overall it was a great listen. The story picks up where we are still searching for Orlando's son and Ruby, however, we are introduced to some more Duncan relatives. This is the thing that Carl Weber does that makes you want to read the side stories because I feel like there was information that is important to know that is told in the backstory that isn't detailed in the main series. I know "The Grand Opening" and "The Grand Opening 2", takes us back to were LC, Chippy and his brothers first started off. So introducing them in this story kind of balances out. Larry Larry Larry, that man has gone to extraordinary measures to take what was "stolen" from him and his boys. London has more of a break through moment midway and close to the end of the story. I still wonder why Daryl Graham was placed back into the story line as a sub-character. If you read some of Weber's books Mr. Graham will be referenced or appear outside of his own story "The Man in 3B". There were a lot of things left unanswered besides the main two concerns that were settled by the end of the story. I would like to see more of Rio brought to life. He really just seems like the immature twin brother of Paris and they like to highlight Orlando, Vegas and Junior as the strongest of the Duncan clan but like London just now getting her dues, I think for the next book I would like to know more about Rio. Now Orlando and Ruby ehh... not feeling it and I am totally lost on where Vegas's son Nevada comes from?? I do not recall reading any backstory on Vegas having the oldest grandchild of LC and Chippy. The scandal I can see being revealed surrounding one of the Duncan children is something I can't wait to read more about. The Family Business 4 did not disappoint. There may have been a few things that are questionable in the story that could have made the story better and maybe it needs to be added to the next installment. Larry's attempts to bring down his brother never worked and that should have been mentioned I think that would have added more intensity. The other drama I was actually glad happened because some characters need more shine while others need to fade out.

  12. 5 out of 5

    ANITA MARIA

    After eager anticipation and hype waiting for the fourth (and I was hoping the final) installment in Weber's The Family Business series, I am sad to say I was disappointed. Gone is the hypervigilance associated with the Duncan clan. Welcome "crazy" Larry Duncan and his dedicated sons. *Reading the books in Grand Opening helps you to better understand the back story surrounding this crew.* I have so many opinions regarding this book, but I'll just give my top 3. 1. I hate Ruby, and I felt her After eager anticipation and hype waiting for the fourth (and I was hoping the final) installment in Weber's The Family Business series, I am sad to say I was disappointed. Gone is the hypervigilance associated with the Duncan clan. Welcome "crazy" Larry Duncan and his dedicated sons. *Reading the books in Grand Opening helps you to better understand the back story surrounding this crew.* I have so many opinions regarding this book, but I'll just give my top 3. 1. I hate Ruby, and I felt her simple-minded self should've been dusted early on in the series. (Just my opinion here) 2. I need more from Chippy and Rio. They are the truly strong ones here that bring the sass and pizzazz to the equation. I just wished she would've beat Donna's arse before....well the "situation". 3. This book felt rushed. Like the deadline was approaching and Weber & Hunt didn't have time to calculate the masterful plot twist that has become his trademark. Although Nevada was introduced in book 3, there are still so many unanswered questions surrounding him. I figured early on in book 1 there was a big paternity secret between Chippy & Consuela Zuniga; I assumed either Vegas or Junior were not L.C.'s. Well we got our answered in book 4! Towards the very end the paced picked up and I figured things were gonna get on track, we can finally put the Duncan clan to bed...but there's still trouble brewing on the home-front. I want the original team of Carl Weber and Eric Pete to come back to finalize this series with the panache, action, and vengeance that only the Duncan's can serve.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Donecia

    This is the 4th installment of Tha Family Business series by Carl Weber. This installment picks up right after LC has been shot and come home. Just a quick note for this particular series, it is important to read EVERY SINGLE book in the series, including The Grand Openings as well. If you do not read these, you will be extremely lost. A fun fact about Carl Weber as an author, all of his characters meet at one point or another, from ANY of his books; which to me is prettty amazing. What I really This is the 4th installment of Tha Family Business series by Carl Weber. This installment picks up right after LC has been shot and come home. Just a quick note for this particular series, it is important to read EVERY SINGLE book in the series, including The Grand Openings as well. If you do not read these, you will be extremely lost. A fun fact about Carl Weber as an author, all of his characters meet at one point or another, from ANY of his books; which to me is prettty amazing. What I really enjoyed about this book is that we got to meet more of the Duncans, not just LC’s family but we got to meet his brother Larry and his sons Curtis and Kevin. Larry, known as Crazy Larry, is precisely that: crazy. He wants revenge from LC for taking what he feels is rightfully his and will stop at nothing to get it. What I didn’t like about Larry, was how he treated his sons. Curtis, his older son is an idiot, following behind his dad like a little puppy dog, while Kevin is not willing to just stand by and do whatever it is his father says. One character I was happy to see more out of was London, the oldest Ducan daughter. It was nice to see her step out of her roll as dutiful wife and do something that made her feel like herself again. I love the fact that she is questioning what it is she really wants out of life and will do what it takes to make herself happy. I was also happy to see Ruby again! And the old Ruby at that. The Ruby that questioned what was going on and not the gullible Ruby in the past books. Even in Ruby’s shortcomings, there has been growth there. I am excited to see how her and Orlando’s relationship will grow, because at the end of the day they are still in love with one another.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    This 4th installment of Carl Weber's, The Family Business really put the "family" to the test. I listened to this on audio and loved it as always. Having different people perform the different characters really makes the experience more entertaining & realistic. I loved how the issue of mental illness was tackled as well as the bond between Larry & Curtis. Although London is my least favorite Duncan I must say she did step up and I enjoyed the interaction between her and Sasha. Speaking This 4th installment of Carl Weber's, The Family Business really put the "family" to the test. I listened to this on audio and loved it as always. Having different people perform the different characters really makes the experience more entertaining & realistic. I loved how the issue of mental illness was tackled as well as the bond between Larry & Curtis. Although London is my least favorite Duncan I must say she did step up and I enjoyed the interaction between her and Sasha. Speaking of Sasha (one of my fav's), I love the relationship she is building with her Junior and cant wait for them to find out that they are siblings. Donna was trying to be a Duncan anyway she could and she got what was coming to her (sorry not sorry). I really didnt care about Ruby or Vinnie. I was confused as to when Nevada (although I love his character) came into the story. Not my favorite book in the series but definitely a great read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    I enjoy the Family Business series and I can't decide which Duncan is my favorite. I think too much time passed between books three and four for me. I did not remember Vegas having an almost grown son named Nevada. You also need to be reading the Grand Opening series at the same time because a lot of things were mentioned in passing that related to the books in that series. I do not remember Larry Duncan being bat shyt crazy either. There are some family secrets that need to be addressed. I I enjoy the Family Business series and I can't decide which Duncan is my favorite. I think too much time passed between books three and four for me. I did not remember Vegas having an almost grown son named Nevada. You also need to be reading the Grand Opening series at the same time because a lot of things were mentioned in passing that related to the books in that series. I do not remember Larry Duncan being bat shyt crazy either. There are some family secrets that need to be addressed. I could not STAND Ruby. I have been hating her for a while. I gave it 4 stars because it's the Duncans but there seemed to be something missing and I did not like the ending. It was anticlimactic.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carol Hornsby-mccoy

    I enjoy the way a writer takes a reader alone as they fantasise. This was good writing! But something was missing. Yes I wanted to know what happened to LC and if O ever got his son back... But I was looking for the bigger attraction. Something that would keep me reading, keep me in suspense and waiting for the next book. I didnt get that!!! You may never be able to top the first book in this series, but I would sure try to come close. You came up with great characters, the Duncan family is I enjoy the way a writer takes a reader alone as they fantasise. This was good writing! But something was missing. Yes I wanted to know what happened to LC and if O ever got his son back... But I was looking for the bigger attraction. Something that would keep me reading, keep me in suspense and waiting for the next book. I didn’t get that!!! You may never be able to top the first book in this series, but I would sure try to come close. You came up with great characters, the Duncan family is awesome! Just let them do what they were created to do!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ashley H

    What a good way to end the series, while containing some predictability. I have been a fan of the family business novel since the first book. I just wish their was more consistency. In the first novel they say that Lou was the younger brother of LC and there is no mention of any other brothers. Then Grand Opening comes out and we find out that LC is actually the youngest and there are two other brothers. The only thing that seems to stay consistent is the story line of Orlando trying to find What a good way to end the series, while containing some predictability. I have been a fan of the family business novel since the first book. I just wish their was more consistency. In the first novel they say that Lou was the younger brother of LC and there is no mention of any other brothers. Then Grand Opening comes out and we find out that LC is actually the youngest and there are two other brothers. The only thing that seems to stay consistent is the story line of Orlando trying to find Ruby and his son.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tracee

    I enjoyed this novel, but not as much as the others. I felt something was missing, but whatever that was, it didn't take away from me finishing this book. This book is action packed and full of drama, just like I like it. We finally find out who shot LC. London is also full of surprises, and she's becoming one of my favorite characters. I hope there will be a part 5 that will answer many of the questions I have. Either way, I recommend this series, and his other books!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Athenee

    I have come to the realization that this series is just a guilty pleasure for me. If you are looking for thought provoking content or a literary masterpiece, this series is not for you. I have allowed myself to overlook (well, somewhat overlook) the simplistic writing style and outlandish story lines and just enjoy the ride! I really like most of the characters and want to see what the author will come up with next.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    Another installment in the Duncan family saga. We've heard about crazy Uncle Larry -- well, this story brings him to life! Revelations abound as we learn who shot LC Duncan in the prior story. The only negative for me while listening to this on audio book was that the narrator who read the part of Chippy Duncan, matriarch of the Duncan family, sounded younger than the narrator who read the part of her teenage grandson. 6 out of 10.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ericka

    This book really focused on the dysfunction of the Duncan family. The secrets that are revealed are crazy!!!! I'm happy London did what she did regarding Harris, but I think the timing is wrong. There are so many things the next book must address. Mr. Weber and Ms. Hunt yall have written this banggin' novel, please don't have me waiting too long for my answers. sidenote: You already know my questions. LOL!!!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    LA

    I must say that Carl weber really outdid himself on this! Shoutout to LaJill too!! This gripped me from start till finish, my goodnessssss! I dont think i could write anymore without spoiling it. But be sure to read Grand opening one and two before reading 4 to get some background knowlegde. The plot twists had me hollering and shouting and gasping! Only reason it didnt get 5 stars is because there were so many questions and the ending felt so rushed, we need moreeee

  23. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Bembry

    OMG. I was so shocked to read that LCs brother was the one that shot him. This book touched on Mental Illness in a touching way. I was ecstatic that Ruby and her son was found and she found out that her monster of a husband killed her brother. Maybe now, her son can find out the truth about the Duncans. I really hope that we wont have to wait another year to read more about the Duncans. OMG. I was so shocked to read that LC’s brother was the one that shot him. This book touched on Mental Illness in a touching way. I was ecstatic that Ruby and her son was found and she found out that her monster of a husband killed her brother. Maybe now, her son can find out the truth about the Duncan’s. I really hope that we won’t have to wait another year to read more about the Duncan’s.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Denise Gilliam

    This is one of the best series Ive ever read. These Duncans one crazy family. The most shocking thing in this book was to find out that LC shot his brother thats was crazy to me I thought it was a enemy who did that to him. I hope the Duncans will expect Ruby and her son. Thats it Im not saying anything else because I will tell the whole story. Its a must read trust me on that. This is one of the best series I’ve ever read. These Duncan’s one crazy family. The most shocking thing in this book was to find out that LC shot his brother that’s was crazy to me I thought it was a enemy who did that to him. I hope the Duncan’s will expect Ruby and her son. That’s it I’m not saying anything else because I will tell the whole story. It’s a must read trust me on that.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nichole Jones

    Not bad I enjoyed reading this latest installment of the FB series. I wish there weren't the spelling and grammatical errors that have become so common in his stories. It was odd for them to have such an intense inner-family conflict, but it was a page-turner nonetheless. Now I have to wait for the next one!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mrs. Varela

    The 4th book The Family Business series was as captivating and action-packed as expected. This time it was more than business on the line, it was about a family bringing past deeds done to the forefront and dealing with them the only way they know how, Duncan family style. I'm already looking forward to reading the fifth book in this series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    As always, I love my action/adventure rachet fix that encompasses the Duncan family. But for some reason, this fell just a tad flat. I mean, it had the good storyline from the beginning, but then there were other side stories that just didnt seem to fit together which made me want to speed up reading. Im not sure this familys drama can last another whole book. Well see though. As always, I love my action/adventure rachet fix that encompasses the Duncan family. But for some reason, this fell just a tad flat. I mean, it had the good storyline from the beginning, but then there were other side stories that just didn’t seem to fit together which made me want to speed up reading. I’m not sure this family’s drama can last another whole book. We’ll see though.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Keesha L. Mobley

    Another Hit! This book was another hit, from finding out about Momma Duncan, to the end of Vinnie and Donna. Yhe book gets more exciting on the next page. I didn't want it to end. I can't wait to see what the next book will unfold. I would love to read London's story before Harris. Thank you Carl Weber for another HIT!!!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Wow!! I definitely can say I was intrigued from start to finish! Even though a few things was easy to figure out my being an avid reader of Carl Weber, I still enjoyed the book nonetheless. If you are a Family Business fan this is a must read and as Im sure the story is not over .. Wow!! I definitely can say I was intrigued from start to finish! Even though a few things was easy to figure out my being an avid reader of Carl Weber, I still enjoyed the book nonetheless. If you are a Family Business fan this is a must read and as I’m sure the story is not over ..

  30. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda Knight- Palmer

    Wow, what a AWESOME read, I was left wanting more, there were so many twist to this story I couldn't keep up! This family is All about the business and having each other's back even if it means going after the one's s you love the most. This can't be the end because there are so many unanswered questions about London, Harris, Orlando & Ruby's fate? I need to know!!!

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