Don't Catch Feelings, Catch Flights

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Amethyst Jones is a 21-year old, spoiled socialite who has only one true love; money. Being the daughter of Karmen Jones, former video vixen and Desmond “Hit Maker” Jones, master producer and hip-hop icon, affords her many things that other young women her age only dream of. However, for Amethyst, nothing is ever enough. After her parents’ divorce when she’s sixteen, it changes her view of a man’s purpose. It doesn’t help when her mother teaches her to never catch feelings for a man. Looking at her father as only an ATM, or “child support” dad, who never had time for her, she coins the motto, “Don’t catch feelings, catch flights.” Without a father figure around on a regular basis, she decides to have a slew of “sugar daddies” to fill the void. Only dating older men, who can afford her, Amethyst doesn’t really give men her own age a chance. That is until she meets Chase Monroe. He’s a sexy, twenty-three-year-old up and coming R&B artist. At first, she avoids his smoldering, dark brown, mysterious eyes and silky, deep voice, but after a while, he starts to break down her wall. Without even knowing what is happening, he suddenly has her floating on cloud nine. The thing is, there’s a path of broken hearts left behind her. While she was catching flights, somebody was catching feelings. Will the past cause a war to erupt, or will love conquer all?

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