His father died when he was six years old, but Nicholas Williams still grew up a little on the nerdy side. He was always respectful, stayed out of trouble, and was a model citizen.
Life began to take a turn for Nicholas when he found out his financial aid was revoked and he had a warrant for his arrest for child support arrearage. Nicholas was in danger of losing his freedom, his degree, and his long time girlfriend and baby momma were in constant drama.
Nicholas was at a crossroads until he became a local hero by stopping a corner store robbery. Eventually, Nicholas did the unthinkable by seeking the help of a drug-dealing cousin. Ignoring warnings and the trappings of the street life, Nicholas got a taste and was instantly hooked.
With each passing day, Nicholas’ demeanor changes and he loses focus on what matters most. The deeper Nicholas gets in the Atlanta crime world, the closer he gets to the truth of his father’s death, his girlfriend and his family’s secrets.
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