Growing up in Compton, I’d never really had much—only my close friends and a mother that loved me more than anything. That’s all a girl really needs anyway until it’s not there anymore. In the blink of an eye, I’m ripped away from everything I’ve ever known by the rich and powerful Lucas Cabot, a man I’ve never met before.
Being thrust into a world of wealth and prestige while grieving the death of my mother has me in a whirlwind, and I’m stuck trying to navigate this new world without those I’ve always trusted.
As if that isn’t bad enough, Lucas’s middle son, Wes, doesn’t want me there and he certainly isn’t afraid to show it either. Neither do his best friends, Hunter and Jaxson. They’ve made it perfectly clear I don’t belong and they’d rather I’d be gone. I’d rather that too. The further away from them, I can get the better. Except everywhere I turn, Wesley is there, in my face. But just like Mom always was, I’m a survivor. If I can handle everything Compton threw at me, then I can handle a bunch of damn spoiled rich kids.
God help me because I’m going to need it.