Nearly a decade ago, Ja'Quan Jones left attending Morehouse College in Atlanta to pursue a modeling career. The path to fulfilling his dream encountered a detour no sooner than he stepped off the plane in Los Angeles. He spent the next two years helping Rhadric Williams build Scarred Entertainment into a media empire. Life was grand and glamorous, but somewhere along the way Ja'Quan had a change of heart and he returned in stealth back to Atlanta, embarking on a new life. He vowed never to return to Scarred Entertainment. Will his past catch up with him? Ja'Quan finds work at Kore-Tech, a prominent manufacturer in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. An unusual chain of events takes him on a fast track for advancement. He is loved by a few colleagues but scorned by many. Can he withstand the corporate daggers being aimed at his back? Few people have access into Ja'Quan's personal world especially since the death of his closest friend, Deandre "Dre" Farrington, who was shot and killed outside one of his businesses. It has taken Ja'Quan several years to get over it and bring down the barriers that guard his heart. Who will now bring sanity or insanity to it? Only Ja'Quan knows and he's inviting you into it . . .
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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Ja'Quan Jones is a twenty-nine-year-old guy who is loved by some and envied by many. He considers himself as "not quite on the down low." Ja'Quan seems to have it all but it hasn't always been that way. It has taken him a few years to recover from the death of his closest friend Dre who was shot and killed outside of one of his businesses. LeShard and Terrell come to Atlanta to visit Ja'Quan. LeShard and Ja'Quan become close friends, but for how long? Jevon Mack put together a suspenseful story that the characters evolve throughout and leave lasting impressions. There are spiritual overtones spread through the story that carry a message. "Love, Song and Dance" is a good story of an alternative lifestyle. Reviewed by: Sophia 3.5 stars