The finer the man, the more everyone is going to want him and DeWayne Coleman is no exception to the rule. With his main girl Kierra Lawrence by his side, DeWayne rules the town. Sneaking in and out of beds but DeWayne was always about to slither his way out of any whorish problem he got himself into.
DeWayne and Kiara had their share of ups and downs from women to extra kids but they always stayed together until Ariane came along.
Kiara is a lawyer with money and brains but Ariane has a body with hustle and street smarts and with DeWayne mixed in, disaster isn't far behind.
There is no way to stop the madness and with DeWayne caught in the world wind, the women have no choice but to fight for the love of their life, but at what cost?
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