They say it’s easy for a good girl to go bad. Well, twenty seven year old Karly James is a witness to that theory. She had what people would call a picture perfect life. She was with what she thought was the man of her dreams and the love of her life; her high school sweetheart Trevor. She’s smart, has goals, ambitious and graduated from a great college earning a degree in finance and working for a major bank. He too, was smart, and was a stand up guy with a great job and great morals. All until a tragedy in his life seemed to turn him into some kind of monster. His attitude changed, he became distant, and then violent. Karly found herself in a horrible relationship that was spiraling down fast, and would land her close to death. With her eyes wide shut, down and out, she accidently runs into a mysterious new guy in town; King, who unknowingly to her, is one of the Midwest’s biggest street kings who just relocated to the east for a fresh start. Girls fall all over him, but he checks for no one, except Karly. Since Karly has lived a “hood free” life, she has never been exposed to a man like King. She turns her nose up at the thought of being with a street guy, but soon falls into his web and finds herself turned out, and riding for him. She goes from a meek, kind of plain Mary Jane to the baddest chick in the hood, and hood rich. Love, lies, secrets and trust are all tested in this story. Ride along with Karly as she conforms to being a true rider, and goes from toting library books, to toting guns and duffle bags to the bank for her real boss. Kingston Amaro.
Trying to hold on to a bond that should have been broken years ago has put A’riah in a more troubled situation. After being kidnapped by Ryheim, A’riah found herself hating Ryheim more than she ever did but in order to survive the terror she was surrounded in she had to force phoney feelings that she didnt want to. As a soon to be mother, her main concern was making sure her unborn arrived into the world safely. Knowing that lying to Ryheim was the worst thing to do, A’riah does what she has to do. It’s obvious that one wrong move could end two lives, both her and her son’s, so A’riah has no choice but to accept help from the last person she thought would become her ally.