Finessed By A Detroit Boss


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Kritikal and Sire are two cousins with two different upbringings. However, the tight bond between the two lead them to the same destination. As top drug distributors in Detroit, with expanding on the horizon, both young bosses are on the rise for more.

Kritikal's childhood was everything but what it should have been. With crack addicted parents he basically raised himself, despite his auntie, Sire’s mom, eventually stepping in. Neglect and the lack of love from his parents turned his heart cold which was bad for relationships but perfect for the streets.

Sire was raised in a single parent household, after losing his father to cancer. His cocky demeanor and looks has made him popular with the ladies but also gets him in trouble. And Saxx, the mother of his daughter Queen is the root of that trouble.

Justice and Bronze are cousins who have been like sisters since Bronze mother took Justice in at the age of three. Justice has no idea who her father is and has a crack addicted mother. Luckily, her chances of a normal childhood were saved by her aunt. Justice lives a normal life for the most part but things get interesting when she decides to leave her cheating boyfriend Gio, and crosses paths with Kritikal. Bronze's wild and free spirited ways leads her into a messy love triangle with Sire and his baby mama Saxx.

With crazy exes who won’t let go, set ups, lies and family drama will Justice and Bronze regret being Finessed by these Detroit bosses?

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