Reigning Starr

Reigning Starr
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June 2012
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Starr Conners life was destined to be a tragic one being she was born addicted to heroin thanks to her junkie mother. Doctors believed that Starr would only be a waste in society and behind in everything she did. After losing the love of her life Keylan; Starr loses all compassion and want to have a better life. She returns to Atlanta from Miami and immediately begins to play hard in the streets.
Finding love once again in her ex Quad, Starr begins to contemplate doing right again but suddenly truths are revealed, friends becomes foes, and lives are lost. Starr’s ways finally start to catch up to her and someone wants to send her to an early grave. Will they succeed or will she become the Reigning Starr that no one believed she could be?
Gun play, lies, and murder isn’t supposed to be a part of a girl’s everyday life. But Starr isn’t your ordinary girl. Walk with Starr as she takes you on a journey where the girls go just as hard as the boys.

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