~Some think love is overrated, I think it’s just complicated and you lazy.- Ashley Marie
Black and Drina: Atlanta Legends and Lovers
Drina was the type of chick every man thought he wanted, until he actually got with her. She had a good heart, her own money, and the intent to succeed just as strong as her man, Black.
Black is the total opposite of Drina. He got his out the mud, and earned every bit of the status he now had.
Formly supplied with her father’s product, connections are conflicted.
The FEDS are watching and since Black can’t run the streets while they’re hot, Drina volunteers to.
Against his better judgement, Black agrees to the outlandish idea and regrets it fairly quickly.
Drina’s head is big. She’s doing things she’s never done. Saying things she never said.
Instead of sitting his woman down and telling her how he feels, Black avoids conflict at all cost. Ultimately leaving her.
Devastated but strong, Drina powers through and continues to build her clientele in the street as well as a wall around her heart.
Black is too proud to say he jumped the gun. Instead, he finds a way to continue his hustle and keep himself distracted physically.
All is fair in love and war until war shows you how much you really love someone.
This fast faced ghetto love story will leave you connecting with these characters in more ways than one.
Will Black and Drina’s love go the distance or prematurely die?