"Rio Duncan is one of the youngest children of the Duncan clan. With no solid position in the family business like his other siblings, he has been feeling out of place and decides to disappear. Rio leaves his Duncan identity behind and goes on a search for friends and family who can relate to him. His destination is Baltimore, and he is sure to find what he is looking for in the city with a community like no other. There, he also finds unexpected...
James Parks' thriving bloodline, Ashley and Alex Black, have transitioned back to Baltimore living, and the drama they thought was over continues to plague them. It seems like chaos is hardwired in their DNA.
Ashley is hard at work in her career and is enjoying her new life, but an old flame comes back into the picture and wants to play for keeps. Throw in her boyfriend, Troy, with his own secrets, and her life is pandemonium.
Alex is a sports agent...
Ashley Black, enjoying her new life in Baltimore, is unable to escape chaos and drama when an old flame comes back into the picture, while her brother Alex, a womanizing sports agent, must decide whether to do the right thing or cash in when he stumbles onto a client with a secret.
Siblings Alex and Ashley, in their second year at UCLA, find their lives tainted by their parents' troubled marriage, while Wallace, after the death of his lover, returns to California to discover who James Parks really was, and a married college professor discovers that his lover's past is linked to his wife's.
Four stories that take on the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Law, from a young woman who is engaged to be married, but unable to let go of her woman on the side, an army soldier, to a Petty Officer who, happily married, thought he left his homosexual experiences in the past.