True friends are hard to come by, and even when you find them, it can be an all-or-nothing situation. Jada battles with being the glue that holds her group together, and she finds herself continuously stuck in the middle of her four girlfriends' family and relationship drama. Together, the girls witness life and death, sticky situations, and the pros and cons of relationships. Their true dedication to their friendship is tried again and again, but there's only so much a chick can take. Once each girl has reached her boiling point, there's no telling who will get burned.
No one knows that some secrets can kill you better than Jada, Alex, Miranda, and Candace, who've lost one of their friends, Stephanie, following a heartbreaking betrayal. Now Stephanie's boyfriend, Corey, is hitting the streets of Atlanta with a vengeance in an effort to get the haters that took his girlfriend's life, all while trying to take back his title as the king of the hood.
Stephanie may be dead now, but the secrets lingering between the rest of the crew seem to just keep piling up and coming to the forefront. What happens once the farce becomes too difficult to keep up? Whose secrets will be exposed, who will find themselves forced to make a deadly decision, and who will be the one to change everyone else's lives forever? Friendship isn't supposed to be this hard, but the moment that first betrayal occurs, no one's feelings are safe.
About the Author
Kenni York is an author, motivational speaker, and community activist. Passionate about her chosen field, Kenni created her own company in 2012, Kenni Enterprises LLC, which specializes in teaching creative writing classes for youth and adults throughout the metro Atlanta area. The company also facilitates workshops and seminars, spring and summer break writing camps/programs, and provides one on one tutorial sessions to help middle school children strengthen their writing skills in preparation for scholastic, writing-based tests.
As an army wife and mother, Kenni values the family structure and providing her children with a firsthand look at how one can be successful by using their natural talents and creativity.