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I Love You But We Can't Keep Doing This -The heart wants what the heart wants; despite the hell you have to endure to get it and try to keep it. Serenity Bradshaw is a successful attorney determined to achieve every goal she set for herself including becoming a partner at her father’s law firm. She’s worked hard to attain the ability to acquire just about anything her heart desires, but all of her hard work still isn’t enough to fill the void she has when it comes to her love life. She yearns for the love her heart so desperately craves from one man in particular. The day she looked into his eyes, something changed within her; unable to resist the temptation she falls hard even though she knew that he was definitely out of her league.Ta’Zyon Rivers was the man to see in the streets since being a teenager. Hated by many and envied by even more, his focus was to maintain his position while trying to balance everything else going on around him. Coming from a family of nothing but hustlers, he was determined to leave his mark in the streets before facing his fate for the life he chose rather it be prison or death. His mind was constantly on the streets and making money with his best friend KD by his side since he was a teenager. Love wasn’t even something he thought about until he meets the one person who might have the power to change that. Despite the life he lives, Serenity somehow finds a way to love him and deal with the obstacles that come with loving a man like him. For all the right reasons she’s the right one for him and he refuses to let another man have her despite his current circumstances. All he needs her to do is be patient and understand that her loyalty will pay off in the long run.

 

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