Call Me, The Truth, His A-One Since Day One


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Marley Claxton was raised in a two parent suburban home with values, morals, and goals to be successful. With superb grades and a shining track record, Marley was the perfect daughter, pupil, and athlete. That was until high school when she fell hard for inner-city hoop star, Mace. Maceo Bryant is a groomed gutter boy from the hood and cut from a totally different cloth. Growing up with a hardcore mother, who taught him how to steal and kill, he dropped the b-ball and picked up a few keys instead. Straight out of high school, he and his crew were hustlers of the hood and Marley was right by his side.
Marley creates Mace’s foundation, helps him mastermind his dope operation, and serves as his anchor. With her as his Truth and A-One since Day One, Mace feels unstoppable and untouchable. For years they have their street hustle down to a science, grind as a powerful unit, and are the perfect couple envied by all their friends and foes.
That’s until Mace gifts Marley a fashion boutique. Once Marley enrolls into a college business program, she becomes conflicted between good and bad. Their polished dynamic flips for the worse. Friends become enemies, bonds are tested, and karma shows up for revenge. With Maceo putting a lot of his time and energy into fighting a ghost from his past while keeping his territory sewed up, he doesn't realize how unhappy and unsafe his home is until it’s do or die time. And by then, they’ve both become targets and it might be too late. Will the Truth set them free?

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