We start off learning that Memphis has three gang groups and within it, there are females who have a factor in how these gangs operate. We have the Flowers, Cripettes, and the Queen G and I did not read the story yet, but I heard this author was good in supplying me with the drama and suspense that I crave in stories. From the looks of it, she doesn't disappoint. The first two pages, instant fight and you already know what it's about. The author kind of threw you into the mix of things with limited facts, but you catch on rather quickly. For those that don't, Tashara is Leshelle's sister and Profit is Fat Ace's brother or closet thing to and they don't want to be a part of any of these gangs and just love each other, but being where they are from its not possible so things hit the fan when their little love is exposed to the wrong people. You kind of see how they're relationship started and bloomed with the flashbacks.
In the beginning of the book, you also meet all the characters in one and how each of them role. You meet Leshelle and find out what she is to the head of the Black Gangsters Disciples. She was probably the worst one for me and the most dramatic so, in a sense, I hated to love her character. She is Tashara's sister and feels responsible for her despite her sister not wanting to have anything to do with any type of gangs. You also learn a little about how both of the sisters were brought up and you get a glimpse of Leshelle and why she is the way she is. You also see how these two lethal combinations met and how far Leshelle went to gain her position.