Johnika believes in love and loyalty one hundred percent, which is why she chooses to try and make her relationship work with Khyree even through the mental abuse and signs that Khyree is cheating, Johnika refuses to let their relationship fail. When Khyree decides to finally leave Johnika for the woman he has been seeing on the side, Johnika feels broken and down and out until she meets Faheem.
Khyree always had dreams of being a kingpin with street crediblity and in his mind Johnika just did not want him to succeed. With a new woman by his side and his friend Manny, Khyree is ready to turn his dreams into reality.
Faheem runs the streets as well as many legitimate businesses and feels like his life will be complete once his little brother Haz is released from prison and he find a rider to stick by his side.
Johnika’s best friend has Paris has her own goal in mind, make Faheem’s brother Haz fall in love with her. The cat and mouse game is fun at first but it soon proves to be too much and Paris decides to move on, but is that what Haz really wants? Is he okay with Paris dating someone else? A blast from Paris’ past is also waiting in the shadows watching her every move. No one is prepared for what might happen when Paris’ past actions come back to bite her hard.
Will Faheem and Johnika work it out? Is Khyree even going to let them or will he sabotage a good thing before it happens? Whats more important to Haz and Paris, pride or love? Will Paris’ past end up being deadly?
Take this wild ride with these crazy couples in the first installment of Every Boss Needs A Rider.
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Kenzo, Erk, and Jyaire have been childhood friends for as long as they could remember. They went from playing in the schoolyard together to slanging dope on the corner trying to make a come up.
Kenzo has always had it hard in life having to live with drug-addicted parents. Then, to make matters worse his father was killed leaving his mother strung out more than ever before. Kenzo isn’t selling drugs because he wants to its solely for his survival. Although his father’s side of the family offered to take him in he refused to leave his mother’s side even though she could care less about him. If he didn’t have any drugs to give her she didn’t have any conversation for him.