Mona Scott-Young Drops New Novel Called ‘Blurred Lines’ – Details Here!
TV producer turned author, Mona Scott-Young, has released her new novel called, Blurred Lines. Mona Scott Young, Executive Producer of VH1’s hit franchise Love & Hip Hop and CEO of Monami Entertainment (www.monamient.com), announces the launch of straight-to-consumer digital platform, Monami Direct, in conjunction with the release of her debut novel, Blurred Lines which is co-written by New York Times bestselling author and television producer Courtney Parker.
About BLURRED LINES By Mona Scott-Young and Courtney Parker –
Secrets never stay secret forever…. When Carys Reece, the daughter of music royalty Bishop and Alana Reece, and her boyfriend, up-and-coming recording artist Nikko Williams, decide it’s time to move past the “safe zone” and take their relationship to the next level, their long-awaited sexy getaway is derailed by a shocking family intervention. They soon learn their parents never told them the whole truth of what they’ve had to do to make it in the ruthless and tumultuous world of love and hip-hop…and now a complex web of lies threatens everything Carys and Nikko hoped to build together.
Full of steamy twists, salacious turns, and devastating revelations, Blurred Lines is a tale of three generations of strong-willed and ambitious women who find themselves at life’s crossroads with everything to lose: their men, their money, and even their music. This fast-paced, outrageously scandalous and compelling page-turner by Mona Scott-Young, Executive Producer of VH1’s hit docuseries “Love & Hip Hop,” and New York Times bestselling author Courtney Parker is as wild a ride as the show itself. The straight-from-the-headlines story will satisfy existing fans and take storytelling to a level that reaches a whole new audience.
When the reality show ends, the real drama begins!
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