Love and the Come Up 2 by Kellz Kimberly

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The kids that you have become accustomed to in part one are no longer kids and have matured into young adults

Eighteen-year-old Eniko is working on getting over losing the love of her life, all the while trying to enjoy life and all it has to offer. Being single for the past two years and swearing off any street dudes, she is ready to get back in the game giving the sexy, smart Gavin a chance.

Zeke is all grown up and coming for everything that he believes belongs to him, including Eniko. When his path brings him back to Eniko, he sees it as fate telling him the two need to be together. Zeke is no longer the sixteen-year-old Eniko remembers him to be. She quickly finds out that Zeke isn’t just going to give up on them being a couple so easily.

In the last two years Haze has turned colder than anyone would’ve guessed. Running through women and racking up bodies is the way he coped with his heartache and loss. A quick drive to Philly turned his life upside down when he ran into the only woman to have his heart and break it. The brief encounter with the love of his life didn’t end well, leaving Haze to feel as if love was never meant for him.

Out of the gang, Emanii and Drix seem to be the only couple who made it out together, but as the saying goes rainbows don’t last forever. Drix and Manii can’t seem to come to terms with Manii having a baby and being a college student.

Nothing worth having comes easy whether it’s love, money, power, or respect. You have to fight for what you want, and when you get it you have to fight even harder to keep it.

Love & The Come Up was a coming of age story while part 2 is all about maintaining and fighting for the person you love. Will the couples be able to stand strong or will they crumble and find love elsewhere? Find out in the continuing saga about Love & The Come Up.
 

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Published November 9, 2016 by Leo Sullivan Presents. 219 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction