Synthia Gage has a chaotic, busy, unfulfilling life—but when she seeks to change herself into a better person, she unknowingly throws herself into more chaos.
Literary agent Synthia Gage has been thinking of making a colossal change to her life for the past few months. With a daughter preparing for college and an ex-husband that finally leaves her home, she admits that her life is at a standstill.
After witnessing the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, her whole world is shaken. With a new perspective on life, she decides it’s time to change, and begins to life her life with a purpose to fulfill her untapped potential. But she quickly finds out that becoming a different person and living life with an entirely different attitude isn’t as easy as she thought.
After accepting a partnership with her boss, life changes drastically. She’s representing hip-hops notorious rappers, Lil’ Shae, who Synthia despises for everything from her raunchy lyrics to her lewd dress code. Not long after they start working on Lil’ Shae’s biography, chaos strikes—Synthia’s daughter is in danger and Synthia finds her life spiraling out of control once more.
Mixing an upper-middle class social life with rough and raw, hip-hop hoodlums with a masterful commercial, contemporary flow, Franklin White brings to life the lives of a dysfunctional family, relationships, friends, and a thriving hip hop culture who all are badly in need of change to reach their untapped potential.