Lonnie, a strong, independent, career-minded sista isn't one for drama or unnecessary bull. In fact, she's not even sure if having a man in her life is worth the trouble it can cause. However, when she meets John, everything changes, and her comfortable life as a single career woman goes flying out the window. She's in love, and things couldn't be better.
Then all hell breaks loose.
The man who seemed like her dream come true soon becomes the nightmare she can't wake up from. John's sex-capades with the hood rat of the month soon turn from casual to serious, and Lonnie kicks him to the curb to refocus on herself and her career.
But drama rears its ugly head yet again when it shows up at her job. Lonnie goes from the put-together woman in charge to a petty, dramatic diva, and soon, she doesn't recognize herself. Will she be able to pull it together before she loses everything, or has she been marked with the curse of Drama With a Capital D?
But Naheema is learning from the best, and soon the tables turn and she holds Mike's future in her hands. Filled with action, grief, friendship, family ties, and the ultimate betrayal, You Showed Me exhibits what it means to be tried, be tested, and triumph.
Now there's a bounty on her head, and several snakes are ready to cash in. Behind enemy lines in her own hometown, Kira is faced with yet another battle to stay alive as she finds out once again, that she's living on borrowed time. Will she be able to cheat death again, or will death snatch her from behind in part five of the Wifey series?
Always wise beyond her years, Cartier observes how the corner boys hustle drugs and figures her crew could do the same. Cartier realizes too late that her and her crew are in more trouble than they can handle. Once a rival drug-hustler gets murdered, Cartier's Cartel will need to make a life-altering decision.