|Who Said The Street Don't Love
Black is the novel that shatters the myth.
Kaia didn't choose the streets. The streets chose her. Tossed from
home, this young inner-city girl is forced to learn the hard way
just how grimy
street life can be.
Shedding her innocence, Kaia goes from being an often overlooked,
and crushed little girl, to a woman.
She endures all of the drama that life throws at her, sometimes
catching it and
other times being knocked flat on her ass.
Don't street fairy tales have a Prince?
Aaron: handsome, suave, debonair and PAID! What is good to you,
just might not
be good for you.
With enemies is disguise, Kaia fights for survival and freedom.
Like a captured
Black butterfly, Kaia struggles to emerge and triumph, but victory
sweet, as a matter of fact, sometimes it's bitter to the end.