Chelice is one of the best choreographers in her city. Dance has always been her passion, and she aspires to work with big names in the music industry. Chelice has had her share of relationship drama and is single by choice. After her last break up, she decided that taking a break from love was best for her. Until she met and became friends with Illijah. The aspiring hip-hop artist that goes by Illi-J. He and Chelice became friends online and overtime they built a strong bond. They went from just chatting online, to talking on the phone every day, to spending most of their free time together. Neither one of them were looking for love, but deep feelings began to develop between them uncontrollably. Their friendship is tested when they cross the line and find themselves struggling to keep their feelings for each other in check. Illijah continues to juggle women, and Chelice continues to see other people, which cause drama between them. Chelice can't understand why Illijah chooses to keep juggling women when he knows that her love for him is deeper. Illijah hates to see Chelice with another man, although he isn't ready to make things official. Then, when Chelice thinks that she has a handle on things, Illijah does the unexpected.
The writing of the stories in this book has been my life raft in the biggest storm of my life. A storm that may very well have pulled me under without my journey into the past keeping me on an even keel. This book has so many things written into each story. They are written with love and some of the happiest memories of the past that I can ever begin to recall. Some with sadness for what once was but will never to be again. I relate to the people that have read my stories in the small town news paper of which they have been published, because I am one of them. I cannot tell you how many people have told me how the things I have written have also flooded their heart and souls with memories they thought were long since forgotten. I am also in the process of writing a novel titled The Good Old Boys Club, Corruption in Small Town America. I am hoping to have it completed by the end of 2007. I am presently compiling another book of the Legacy Of Love stories. One half of those stories will have appeared in the paper and the other half will not have been read until the book is published. I think every one deserves a surprise.