Monte “Kayo” Lane was happy with his life. His circle is small, only consisting of his cousin, Davoni, who was more like a brother, and his business associates June and Jy Frost. Life wasn’t perfect, but it was damn good. Kayo had money, respect, and no real worries to speak of. The only thing that he could see upgrading was his love life.
Being the faithful and loyal type, Kayo had put eight years in with is current situation, Sienna Jackson, but things just weren’t like they used to be. So, when he laid eyes on Harlee Starr, a new and happening Atlanta R&B Diva, he found himself intrigued. Unfortunately for him, the night they crossed paths just happened to be one of the worst nights of Harlee’s life. She had no interest in entertaining Kayo. Not pressed for attention from any female, Kayo kept it moving and didn’t let it bother him. But fate had other plans, and they soon crossed paths again.
From the outside looking in, Harlee Starr had the perfect life. She was on top of the charts thanks to a musical make over by Atlanta’s hottest producers, Jy and Jy Frost, but everything is not always what it seems. Harlee’s life is so far from perfect that it would make your head spin. Her career and one-sided relationship with local rap artist Razz, has her in a downward spiral, that is until Kayo forces his way into her life.
Feeling bad about the way she put him off after their first encounter, she requests a do over and the two have a chance to get cozy. Harlee falls immediately because Kay is like a breath of fresh air and exactly what she needs. Unfortunately, those closest to her are against the union. Hannah, her manager, sees Kayo as a distraction, while her best friend, Kazz, thinks feels like Harlee is in over her head with Kayo’s lifestyle.
Will these two figure out how to blend their worlds, or will the people around them play a role in keeping them apart? Welcome all this Harlee and Kayo love story, as the street Legacy continues.