Kyree and Promise are like Romeo and Juliet. They have somehow convinced their fathers that they shared a love that was real, or at least that is what Promise was determined to prove. However, Kyree has a few tricks up his sleeve that leaves everyone on the edge of their seats.
Determined to get Promise to see that he is the best man for her, Jeremy takes his time and makes his move. Promise is stubborn and difficult, but Jeremy never backs down even when Promise finds new ways to ignore his presence.
It is not long before they realize merging two feuding families is not so good of an idea, especially when both families harbor deadly secrets. Kyree sees Chazz as weak and not the mastermind that everyone has portrayed him to be. Kyree uses that opening and begins to make his moves to take what he thinks belongs to his father.
Kyree is faced with a new enemy outside of Chazz by way of an ex-football player named Margo. Along with her new best friend, Promise discovers that her family’s secrets may explain why Margo is seeking revenge on Chazz and Frantz. Promise no longer knows what or who to believe as she filters through years of lies, secrets, and affairs. Will she still think of herself as daddy’s little princess after the smoke clears? Find out in the finale of Daddy’s Little Hood Princess.