Genesis Styles is back and has moved on from his cheating ways. He his life is all about his wife and kid. But now that he is no longer the breadwinner, he’s feeling inadequate and his wife never misses a moment to let him know where he stands. And when a skeleton from his past lands him in jail, Genesis finds himself at rock bottom. Will he stay or fight for the life he feels he deserves.
Terri loves her family with all she has, but Genesis’s latest stunt is too much and she’s at her wits end with her teenage stepdaughter’s disrespect. She’s been holding the family together while Genesis works on his dream, but there is only so much she can take before she snaps. A new business partner brings a ray of sunlight, but will her ambition cost her everything she’s ever loved?
Married, But Not Really is a story about issues that are often taboo in the Black community; childhood trauma, infidelity, and mental illness but also how love and commitment can conquer it all.More info →
Women have flocked to Genesis Styles ever since he was a teenager. He’s a good-looking, smooth-talking former pro-basketball player, but he has a problem: He has never been satisfied with just one woman. Then he meets Terri and everything changes. Sort of.
Genesis knows that Terri is perfect for him, and he asks her to marry him. But Genesis just can’t seem to stop cheating on Terri nearly every chance he gets. Genesis’s best friend, Prodigy, constantly warns him that he’s going to mess up the best thing ever to happen to him, but Genesis is not ready to listen.More info →
Urban Brown is a white man who grew up in the dark recesses of the inner city where he was the victim of torment, abuse, abandonment, deception, and murder. Urban overcame his horrid past to live a peaceful and prosperous existence in his upper-class community. He has everything a man could ask for: a career, which he loves; a sprawling estate and a drop-dead gorgeous fiancée, Sierra. Then out of the blue, he receives a phone call that changes his life.More info →
Zola Zaire never had a chance to choose her man. Raped at fourteen, her mother threw her out at sixteen and she was forced to live with a man three times her age. Abuse was all she’d known and she had gotten comfortable as a bottom dweller, until her son was taken from her. That’s when she decided to become the predator instead of the prey.
Momma’s a Virgin is Ngiai’s struggle to overcome a horrible past and take control of her future. With the help of her brother, they settle all past scores—but will her quest for revenge jeopardize her futureMore info →
Karim Spencer, raised in the home of a bootlegger in a run-down neighborhood, has gone on to become a successful businessman with a tony home, a beautiful girlfriend, and a son. But memories of tragedy and betrayal have kept him entrenched in the past, as have the living reminders of his former life, including his down-on-her-luck sister, Nadiah; JaQuan, Nadiah’s thugged-out teenage son; and Karim’s older brother, Omar, serving a life sentence for a crime he didn’t commit.
As emotions reach a boiling point, does Karim have what it takes to set JaQuan on a straight path, clear his brother of a bogus indictment without jeopardizing his own future, and hold together the family that he so desperately loves?
As Travis Hunter skillfully draws us in with strong, believable characters with endearing flaws and broken dreams...More info →
Without hope, Nasir shuts down. But after five years he’s suddenly free and surprised to see how much the outside world has changed.
He discovers he has a daughter, Brandy, who believes her father has been away in the army all this time. His girlfriend, Ayana, is now involved with Alonzo, a wealthy, possessive man. Nasir’s life takes another turn when he finds out that his mother has taken to drugs to ease the pain over his fate. Ayana, meanwhile, struggles to break free of Alonzo’s jealous grip and gets a taste of his seemingly endless rage.More info →