What do you do when the love of your life is a thug that keeps promising to change but he doesn't and neither does your love?
Twenty-two-year-old Michelle Roberts is in love with her boyfriend, twenty-four-year old Sorrento Calloway. He’s the love of her life, but the thug in him won’t allow him to change his ways. He’s raised by the streets and learns early in life to depend on himself and nobody else. He’s lived a hard knock life of hustling on the streets ever since he was a teenager. His mother didn’t do much for him or any of his siblings growing up, so he had to fend for himself. Now, as an adult, he finds it hard to shed his street ways to become a better man.
Michelle has loved him ever since grade school and she’s determined to help him make a better life for himself. After two years of lies and broken promises, she’s fed up, but the love that she has for him is engraved into her heart. She finds that leaving him is the hardest thing to do. She’s invested time and money into him. She’s sacrificed and took loses dealing with him, so she’ll be damned if she sees him with another.
Sorrento has never loved any woman but Michelle. He’s not willing to go without her or the street life. He’s a thug to the fullest and sometimes dealing with thugs, love just isn’t enough to keep them out of the streets.