‘American Princess Meets Homeboy’ by J. Rosser

At crossroad of change for Mr. Vegas, Hope Johnson clashes with Dad over management style and conservative clothing lines. This clash leads to her firing of his Manager (washed-up New York retail specialist–mostly schmoozer–fired with threat of retaliation for returning–unbeknownst to her father). With Hope as connection to culture of privilege, Dave Taylor develops with her as mentor into top salesman while becoming welcomed member as one of the fellows in Dad and Uncle Chad ’s Las Vegas circle of social inclusion. Her reputation as 20-something privileged brat fosters resentment among work force which fuels father’s doubt about daughter as heir to operation of store as family business. Their platonic relationship sparks romance that comes to fruition when couple starts dating after Hope takes over operation freeing up Rob and Chad to pursue business ventures with lifestyles connecting Las Vegas and Los Angeles as family cities. Inspired by lure of femininity as appeal to Dave, Hope evokes self makeover becoming prissy and gorgeous persona of womanliness changed by affection and attention fostered by him missing from previous relationship. Together they transform Mr. Vegas from Downtown store selling conservative clothing to trendy boutique for designer.

American Princess Meets Homeboy

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