Jasmine thought she found her soul-mate when she met the handsome and debonair Denzel. Their relationship was full of obstacles, including disapproval from Denzel’s family and unfinished business with his ex-girlfriend. What will become of their love story?
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After receiving devastating news that the love of his life, along with her mother, died in a fatal car crash, Freddie’s soul dies. After taking loss after loss, he loses touch with reality and just can’t handle the pressure anymore. He does something that he might not be able to come back from.
Positioning to take over political, social, and financial power in small towns throughout Mississippi; a plan is hatched to overturn Historic Confederate Pride & power, with Strategic reverse migration from the North.
In the cold streets of Detroit, Kairo and Delano learns what it means to keep your Friends Close and your Enemies Closer. Kairo is financially irresponsible, dripped in the finest designer’s money could buy. Until one morning…
Freddie is a good guy who is trying to change his life. He is slowly transitioning his way out of the drug game and going completely legit. He is getting ready to marry the woman of his dreams.
It is the summer of 1949 when nine-year-old Lilly Browns teenage cousin, Rosalie, romps into her life from the big city of Chicago and crowds her way into the little sharecropper shack Lilly shares with her younger sister, mother, and elderly grandparents in the backwoods of Georgia. Lilly is dismayed that Rosalie has disrupted her household, and Rosalie is less than thrilled with the new home she must share with her sharecropper relatives.
Shay Bradley was a beautiful young woman with problems in her marriage like lots of couples in the world today. When her husband, Mitchell, starts to forget the vows he made, Shay begins to search for her own comfort in the arms of an old friend.
Welcome to the sleepy, all-Black southern town of Bledsoe, where Colored residents proudly declare “ain’t nothing white here ‘cept milk and teeth.”