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Keith Lee Johnson took our breath away with his gritty depiction of 1950s New Orleans and beautiful street kid Johnnie Wise’s drama-filled life in Little Black Girl Lost and Little Black Girl Lost 2. Now he packs that same powerful punch into the story of a tortured threesome and how far some will go in the name of love.
Sexy schoolteacher Parris Stalls loves her fiance, Nelson Kennard, a failed NBA-hopeful, but she’s getting tired of waiting for his ship to come in. She wants a man with money and promise, and her friends keep telling her that she deserves more than a twice-divorced underachiever who runs his father’s janitorial business. Enter wealthy, ambitious Shenandoah Armstrong. He’s been in love with Parris for months—and he’s also got an old score to settle with Nelson. Seduced by Shenandoah’s success, Parris leaves Nelson and takes up with his revenge-hungry rival. Nelson takes the betrayal so personally, he wants to kill them both—and himself. But when Parris realizes she can’t stop loving Nelson, she leaves Shenandoah and begs Nelson to take her back. But will he? And will Parris-obsessed Shenandoah ever let that happen?
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