Episode 5 of 7 - Nail It: Breaking into the Black Elite (Fall from Grace)

Episode 5 of 7

Will secrets, lies, and double crossings keep the Kyles on the outside of the city's powerful social network looking in? Or, when it comes to entering the world of the black elite, do they have what it takes to NAIL IT? More

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About Shonette Charles

Shonette Charles is the author of GAME ON and NAIL IT: Breaking into the Black Elite and an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Jack and Jill of America, Inc., and The Links, Incorporated. Ms. Charles holds degrees from Harvard University and the University of Michigan. A former freelance writer and editor, she resides in Raleigh, North Carolina with her family. Visit her online at www.shonettecharles.com, and check out her blog— Pearls, Poise, Protocol. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

About the Series: Nail It: Breaking into the Black Elite - 7 Episodes
There are a total of 7 episodes.

Black, educated, and on the rise, Sahara and Noah Kyle move to North Carolina ready to break into the area's black bourgeoisie social circle. This is a world governed by black socialites and movers and shakers, who hold membership in the Sphinx, Darlings, The Shield, Belles & Beaus, The Coalition, and the black fraternities and sororities. Being in the right circle could position the Kyles for even greater affluence, but being shut out could be the death knell for more than their social life.

Noah appears to quickly catch his stride, but Sahara struggles navigating this world of pearls, poise, and protocol. The sky’s the limit, but will secrets, lies, and double crossings keep them on the outside of this powerful network looking in? Or, when it comes to entering the world of the black elite, do they have what it takes to NAIL IT?

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