Kelani and Shemar: Changing the Game


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Kelani Jones grew up having it all. She was always dressed to the nines in the finest threads, rocked the most exquisite jewels, and attended the best prestigious private schools in the country. You can say that being a daddy’s girl had its perks. That was up until her daddy ran off on her and her mother, for his ‘other’ secret family.
Swearing to never be as weak and vulnerable like he pushover mother, Kelani was able to go throughout college without the distraction of a man. But then in walks in Shemar Johnson….
Basketball MVP and a three time champion, Shemar was that dude in his city. After all it wasn’t everyday someone made it out the hood alive. Growing up in the hard streets of Chicago, Shemar grew up less fortunate than the other kids. He didn't get the newest Jordan's that dropped, or sandwiches with the crust cut off. But he worked his ass to the top, being as he was good in both scholastics and sports.
After being drafted number one pick, Shemar soon engages to the woman he thought was the love of his life. But when his heart is broken into pieces, his doggish ways resurface and swears all women are the same….until the lovely Kelani Jones walks in, and the Casanova himself begins questioning his ways.
When fate brings Shemar and Kelani together, will they run away from finding their true love they’ve both been low key searching for? Or will they end up changing the game they thought they knew?
Find out in the first installment of, Kelani & Shemar : Changing the Game.

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