Dayshawn and Leigha got married straight out of school thinking their fairytale was just beginning. However, after bringing their daughter Mila into the world and settling into their new jobs, the calm of domesticated life soon becomes unbearably routine. Their relationship falls under stress and not all pressure makes diamonds.
Turp knew Rsieh was her movie script definition of a ‘boy next door’. They grew up together & what was friendship eventually bloomed in to something more. That is, until Rseih left for the army and seemingly vanished into thin air. Turp was crushed, but eventually found a way to pull herself back together. While studying law, she meets an amazing man that makes her feel like she’s on top of the world… but when Rseih returns to his childhood home four years after disappearing there’s a chance that old feelings will resurface despite her relationship status.
Rseih is finished with his times overseas and the only thing he missed more than his mother’s home cooking was Turp. He returns home ready to do whatever it takes to win her back despite the seemingly all-consuming relationship she’s in with Trench. Rseih has never been someone to back down from a challenge and he quickly finds himself fighting for Turp’s love as well as fighting against the demons he brought with him from during his enlistment.
Trench is a ex-gang member turned mainstream and the only reason he doesn’t consider going back to the block is because of Turp. She came into his life and quickly got beneath his skin and took ownership of his heart without even meaning to. When her ex boyfriend appears back on the scene to apparently get her back, Trench is ready to do whatever it takes to save their relationship and he doesn’t care who has to take a bullet in the process.
In a love triangle as complicated as this one Turp, Rseih and Trench all find themselves battling with themselves and each other and Turp has to make the life changing decision about whether childhood love always prevails or if her new ruthless gangsta loves her better.