You’ve got to take life by the horns and ride it until the wheels fall off! A girl’s got to do what a girl’s got to do! But, what if your aspirations don’t add up with your destiny?Have you ever felt like there was something missing, although it seemed you were content with life? Spending every day doing what everyday people do, and then, one day, your destiny is gift wrapped and handed to you on a silver platter! One minute you’re slaving at a 9 to 5 and the next minute you’re sailing through the air on private jets, a hundred thousand dollar shopping sprees, and Bentley GTs. It seems that everything is all good, but at what cost? What happens when you’re standing on the edge of a golden world when the bottom drops out? Your life spirals into a whirlwind! What happens when you’ve lost control of your destiny?
Meet Star, a 19 year old single mother. Star is a good girl. She works to support her son and is whole heartily faithful to the love of her life, Malik, as he serves his bit in federal prison. For Star, life was simple. But, then again, isn’t life simple for us all, until we’re presented with an opportunity that could make it not so simple?Star is sucked into a world of sex, scandals, and secrecy. She ultimately sacrifices her soul for a world that will never love her back. But, you only live once and when it’s over it’s over! Star will learn that chasing some things can cost you everything that has ever meant anything, and by the time you realize it there’s no way to turn back, especially, when nothing is what it has appeared to be and you’re not the person you thought you were. What do you do, when you’re trapped between two worlds, when you've done too much to go on and too much to turn back, what do you do when decisions become deadly?
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