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Teen rapper Monroe Westbrook can’t wait to step out of her celebrity siblings’ shadows. Her last name is her claim to fame, and she has every intention of putting it to use, even if her big sister doesn’t think she’s ready for the not-so-glamorous parts of stardom. With a hit song and growing fanbase, Monroe knows it’s now or never. The last thing she wants is to let the opportunity for a smooth transition into superstardom pass her by. Luckily, she may not have to.
Marshawn “Civil” Bryce can’t remember the last time he looked at a hip-hop chart and didn’t see his name in the top ten. Unfortunately, the same can be said for his rival, Tailyn Westbrook. When Tailyn’s baby sister makes it home from a years-long stay at boarding school, Civil sets his sights on her and her untapped potential. Monroe is hungry for fame, and Civil has the means to make all her dreams come true.
Monroe is torn between what she deems more important: stardom or sisterhood. Should she let her dreams fade to black, or is the recognition she craves worth losing her family over? The answer doesn’t matter, because the question is enough to restart a feud that’s been dormant for years.
Monroe wants the limelight. Civil wants the artist. Tailyn wants war.