Rio Duncan's personality and flair instantly gain him popularity in Baltimore, but violence erupts, and all eyes are on him. Now he's got a target on his back. Did he inherit any of the ruthless traits of the other Duncan men? Will the most colorful Duncan son get out of Baltimore and back home safe and sound now that he's on his own?
Rio Duncan is one of the youngest children of the infamous 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. His destination is Baltimore, and he's sure to find what he's looking for in the city with a community like no other. There, he finds new friends, a new love interest, and he also finds unexpected trouble.
Corey Grant has his hands full with an inherited drug empire, a complicated relationship with his incarcerated father, and secret desires that could make him appear weak to his enemies. Someone has declared a street war, and he's at odds with his business partner, Dre, on how to handle it. Could it be Pierre, their client-turned-competition? Does this have anything to do with the sudden appearance of the mysterious newcomer named Rio?
Diana Black is Corey's girlfriend-for-hire, and although she has a taste for bad boys, someone else has her attention. She is loyal to Corey's cause, but how long will that last?
About the Author
Carl Weber is the New York Times bestselling author of The Preacher's Son, So You Call Yourself a Man, Something on the Side, Up to No Good, Big Girls Do Cry, Torn Between Two Lovers, and She Ain't the One. He is the Publisher and Editorial Director of Urban Books and CEO of Urban Books Media, which is currently producing films based on several of his bestselling novels. He lives in Long Island, New York, with his family. His Web site is carlweber.net.
Born and raised in Baltimore, M.T. Pope debuted in 2009 with a novel published by Urban Books, Both Sides of the Fence. The book’s success spawned a series of well-received sequels. His other books include May the Best Man Win, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and Stick Up Boys.